A soon-to-be-published paper challenges the Obama administration’s so-called “social cost of carbon” estimate, which puts a monetary value on the supposed future damages from global warming.
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Maine Republican Gov. Paul LePage set off a political firestorm after he sent a letter to donors of a major environmental group arguing eco-activists’ “true intent” is to keep Mainers from getting “jobs they need to raise themselves out of poverty.”
Denmark's’ right-wing government has moved to cancel all offshore wind farms in a bid to lower costly green taxes levied on Danes’ electric bills.
A new government study casts doubt on predictions of severe continental-scale droughts plaguing the planet because of global warming.
The Supreme Court sided against the federal government in another wetlands case, which could make the Environmental Protection Agency’s plan to extend its control over more bodies of water on private property even harder.
Global average temperature is plummeting as the naturally-occurring El Niño warming event gives way to what’s likely to be a La Niña cooling event later this year.
This is the first installment of The Daily Caller News Foundation's "The Weather At War" series that examines pivotal battles in history where the outcomes were decided by the weather. This article commemorates the anniversary of Operation Overlord, the campaign that meant the beginning of the end for the Nazi regime.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is forcing two Utah coal plant to install costly emissions control equipment in order to comply with regulations aimed at improving people’s views of national parks.
Some 1,600 coal miners lost their jobs in May, according to new federal employment data, and that’s not a good thing for Democrats looking to secure support from coal country.
California lawmakers are preparing to vote on legislation that would allow state prosecutors to go after businesses and organizations promoting skepticism of man-made global warming.
New York magazine made substantial edits to a Tuesday article that was slightly critical of Hillary Clinton's refusal to hold press conferences this year.
Secretary of State John Kerry told Maryland high school students their "parents’ money" was being spent on government programs to mitigate global warming, right before launching into a lecture on Earth’s carbon cycle.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has denied a records request from a government watchdog group asking for financial conflict of interest statements from agency science advisers who got $190 million in federal grants.
General Electric CEO Jack Welch thinks President Barack Obama’s focus on global warming is producing “radical behavior” that’s hurting the U.S. economy.
Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert said a recent report from federal investigators shows there’s “exacerbating corruption” in the Department of the Interior (DOI).
Energy experts believe if crude oil prices stay above $50 per barrel for long enough, American oil companies could make a huge comeback while OPEC countries continue to squabble over production freezes.
Lawyers representing conservative political commentator Mark Steyn have asked the D.C. Superior Court to expedite his case against climate scientist Michael Mann, mentioning a key witness died waiting for the trial to go to court.
The Interior Department gave Congress an investigation into a land deal made by a former federal appointee with connections to Nevada Sen. Harry Reid on the eve of a major holiday weekend, and did not notify the public of its findings until Tuesday.
The Obama administration has been busy implementing what remains of its regulatory agenda, publishing more than 2,000 pages of regulations last week alone, covering issues from nutrition labeling to energy standards for appliances.
The U.S. Supreme Court just made it easier for individuals and companies to challenge federal agencies’ authority to regulate private property under federal law -- a decision with huge implications for a major Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulation.