First they came for coal plants, then natural gas drilling and now the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) wants to make it illegal for people to convert your car into a racecar -- all in the name of fighting global warming, of course.
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President Barack Obama’s budget plan for a $10 tax on every barrel of oil has already run into intense opposition in Congress as lawmakers look to prevent the president from imposing a $65 billion tax hike on Americans.
A new report by green energy groups once again confirms hydraulic fracturing for natural gas has done more to cut U.S. carbon dioxide emissions than all of President Barack Obama’s global warming regulatory schemes.
It's not necessarily news that Sen. Bernie Sanders signed onto a green energy pledge the day before the New Hampshire primaries, but more interesting is that the puppet master behind this pledge is none other than a billionaire former hedge fund manager who’s in America’s (and Bernie's very vocally) maligned “one percent.”
President Barack Obama is preparing to unveil his 2017 budget request, and already reports have surfaced the president is planning on asking Congress for billions of dollars more to spend on global warming programs.
Liberal politicians like to say the science behind global warming is “settled,” so what’s the point of having any climate scientists?
Greenland’s ice sheet is thickening, according to a new study, which also notes ice is moving more slowly towards the ice sheet's edge than it has, on average, over the last 9,000 years.
President Barack Obama has just proposed a $10 tax on every barrel of oil produced in the U.S., but it was just five years ago the president warned making fuel more expensive harms poor people the most.
President Barack Obama plans to tax every barrel of oil produced in the U.S. to fund new spending on “green” infrastructure programs.
The White House's global warming claims are now being contradicted by the Obama administration's own scientists.
A recent study looking into how scientists explain global warming uncertainty to the public has some interesting findings: Many scientists don’t actually talk about uncertainty when speaking to journalists.
The National Parks Service (NPS) may be trying to stop an Arizona mining project by quickly and quietly creating a historical district on federal lands that would make such projects much harder to get approved.
Republican lawmakers are worried the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is compromising the integrity of its science advisory panels by appointing people who benefit from millions in federal research grants and peer-review their own work.
As the Zika virus infects thousands across Latin America, a chorus of policy experts have called for bringing back a long-banned chemical spray largely responsible for eradicating malaria around the world.
Global warming crusader Sen. Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign spent nearly $185,000 in 2015 on a company that charters private jets, according to federal election disclosures.
In face of intense criticism from alarmist scientists, Dr. John Christy went to great lengths in a Tuesday congressional hearing to detail why satellite-derived temperatures are much more reliable indicators of warming than surface thermometers.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders went into the Iowa caucuses with strong support from Democrats whose top concern was global warming, but their relatively small numbers weren’t enough to deliver the senator a definitive win in the Hawkeye State.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz managed to snag Iowa’s heaviest corn-producing counties despite his opposition to federal mandates and subsidies for ethanol. Does this mean King Corn’s days are numbered in the Hawkeye State?
Former high-ranking Bureau of Land Management (BLM) employee Larry Denny was paid $122,000 for work he never did, according to an investigative report.