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7.23.19

Under Trump, 26% of Climate Change References Have Vanished From .Gov Sites

A new report documents two years of science being scrubbed from government websites.

6.20.19

The Trump Administration Just Rolled Back Obama's Historic Climate Change Plan

President Obama’s Clean Power Plan has been replaced by a new rule that sucks up to fossil fuels.

8.22.18

The Trump Administration Admits It's OK Letting People Die from Dirty Air

Compared to an Obama-era rule, the EPA's new proposed regulation would cause as many as 1,400 deaths a year by 2030.

8.21.17

The Fundamentalists Holding Us Back from a Climate Change Solution

The evangelical Christian movement has been at war with environmentalism for decades – but the stakes have never been higher.

8.13.17

Not Even Asif and Mudasir Are Safe from Fake News

Pakistan's famous on-and-off friends had to quash an ugly rumour this week.

4.3.17

Why You Should Care About Trump's Man Crush on the Billionaire Who Saved His Casino

Carl Icahn is even older and richer than Trump – and in a unique position to profit off his gig as a special advisor to the president.

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3.28.17

Trump Is Showing Us What a Climate Denier President Looks Like

Here's the damage his new executive order on energy could do.

3.16.17

Even Republicans Are Fighting Back Against Trump's Climate Change Denialism

Seventeen House Republicans signed a resolution aimed at finding an "economically viable"​ way to combat global warming.

1.27.17

Environmental Activists Plan to March on Washington April 29

The People's Climate March will fall on the Saturday before Trump's 100th day in office.

1.25.17

A US National Park's Twitter Account Defiantly Tweeted Climate Change Facts

The tweets were just a bunch of scientific facts, posted without comment. Now they're gone.

5.12.16

No One Knows Exactly How Much Herbicide Is in Your Breakfast

A new lawsuit raises a lot of questions about what exactly is in the stuff we put in our faces every morning.

8.10.15

How America's Maze of Meth Laws Hurts the Poor and Marginalised

Fourteen US states are holding onto an antiquated standard for how much meth residue is harmful. In the process, they end up treating places that were merely near meth smoke as if they were full-blown drug labs.

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