One week into spring and the Great Lakes are still more than half covered in ice, according to government data.
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Sens. Rob Portman and Jeanne Shaheen waited until the wee hours of the morning to pass bipartisan energy efficiency legislation that has been stalled for months in Congress.
Senate lawmakers passed an amendment Thursday that would block the federal government from taxing carbon dioxide emissions, a popular idea among Democrats to fight global warming.
Nevada Sen. Harry Reid announced his retirement Friday after serving nearly three decades. But was Reid’s retirement precipitated by fears he was losing one of Nevada’s longest political battles: preventing the nuclear waste storage at Yucca Mountain?
A top U.K. government scientist warned in 2004 that mankind’s only option to survive a world ravaged by global warming would be to head south to Antarctica.
Saudi Arabia’s decision to send troops to the borders of war-torn Yemen has jolted global oil markets, sending crude prices up 6 percent on fears of supply disruptions.
Sen. Lamar Alexander has a proposal for Democrats: End subsidies to wind power producers and use that money to double funding for federal energy research at the Department of Energy.
The top Republican lawmaker on the House Science Committee issued a subpoena Wednesday to compel the Environmental Protection Agency to produce text messages and phone records for administrator Gina McCarthy.
Despite being bombarded with warnings from environmentalists and politicians, Americans still aren’t very worried about global warming.
A New York Times environmental reporter told Columbia University journalism students that presenting balance in an article about global warming is tantamount to perpetuating a lie.
Federal lawmakers have reintroduced legislation March 24 to better coordinate U.S. Arctic policy at a time when both Russia and China are becoming more aggressive in asserting their interests in the region.
Virginia Democratic Rep. Don Beyer repeated the claim that more than 7,000 Americans were killed by “climate change-fueled” natural disasters last year in an attempt to tie burning fossil fuels with extreme weather.
Russia has been beefing up its military presence in the Arctic by reopening defunct Soviet-era bases and conducting massive military exercises in the region.
Spring is finally here! But don’t try flying out of Chicago’s O’Hare airport anytime soon as a snowstorm forced the cancellation of about 150 flights Monday.
Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company is offering jobs to recently laid-off U.S. oil workers who lost their jobs because of low oil prices.
Twitter has suspended the account of Steven Goddard, the pseudonym of a well-known blogger who is critical of man-made global warming.
Next year, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will start denying disaster funding to states that don’t incorporate global warming into their emergency preparedness plans.
News reports indicate that President Barack Obama may have just purchased a beachfront home in Hawaii. But isn’t he worried about sea level rise from global warming?