by Marlene Cimons -- Guest Contributor Nov 27, 2015
Thousands of cities, states, regions, provinces, businesses, and non-governmental organizations have already started to move aggressively on climate change.
by Judd Legum Nov 26, 2015
His claims have be thoroughly debunked. But Trump is sticking to his story.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Nov 26, 2015
The most popular dishes on your table have a backstory.
by Alan Pyke Nov 25, 2015
Charging the cop who killed Laquan McDonald with murder is only the first step to addressing Chicago's public failures surrounding that 2014 shooting.
by Natasha Geiling Nov 25, 2015
According to a recently published paper, fracking companies have gotten worse about disclosing the kinds of chemicals they are using.
by Alex Zielinski Nov 25, 2015
Native American tribes were once the most agriculturally prosperous people in the U.S. But a lot has changed.
by Samantha Page Nov 25, 2015
"Scientists should not be subjected to fraud investigations or harassment simply for providing scientific results that some may see as politically controversial."
by Casey Quinlan Nov 25, 2015
It's a major change in tone for the governor.
by Joe Romm Nov 25, 2015
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reports 2015 will is setting several worrisome climate records due to manmade carbon pollution:
by Alice Ollstein Nov 25, 2015
"[Trump] appeals to the most racist and xenophobic instincts of white America," the man's lawyer told ThinkProgress.