Xenophobes are trying to seize the drought to push their anti-immigration agenda, but their arguments fall flat.
DeVona Lahrman is leading a crusade to get kids more safe places to play outside in the heart of the city's industrial district.
In an open letter to President Obama, Bill McKibben argues that the White House should take strong steps to change the carbon game -- right now.
Herrera's new designation comes at a time when immigration and farmworker rights are very much hot topics across the country.
Anonymous conservatives poured money into Donors Trust, and Donors Trust in turn poured it into groups that oppose CO2 regulations and clean energy.
A lawsuit against the company that manages Pittsburgh's water -- and that has cut residents off based on erroneous bills -- shows the downside of privatization.
To hold back a rising tide, Seattle has embraced an approach that other cities have outlawed.
Jay Faison, a wealthy businessman, wants to get conservatives and moderates on board with "free-market" solutions to climate change.
Now that the experiment with taxing sugary drinks is underway, we look at which arguments by backers and opponents have come true -- and which were hot air.