Dr. Richard Lindzen is anything but convinced by headlines claiming 2015 is the warmest year on record. He says what’s most important is that climate models have been over-predicting warming for more than 40 years.
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The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in a case that could have huge implications for the government’s authority to regulate state and private property bordering lands controlled by federal agencies.
Washington, D.C., was paralyzed by one inch of snow Wednesday night just weeks after experiencing unusually warm temperatures over the Christmas holiday.
U.S. government scientists have declared 2015 to be the hottest year on record based on surface temperature readings, reaching 0.87 degrees Celsius above the 20th century average.
California’s attorney general is investigating if Exxon Mobil lied to shareholders about the risks global warming could pose to its business model. This move is inspired by a series of articles written by reporters backed by wealthy liberal foundations.
The Obama administration is desperate to weed out young farmers who question the belief that humans are causing global warming.
The Kurdish government may be in some serious financial trouble due to low oil prices, but the region is also home to companies that can take oil out of the ground for as low as $1 a barrel.
The U.S. and its allies lifted economic sanctions against Iran over the weekend and energy experts say the Islamic republic could produce as much as 3.3 million barrels per day by the end of 2016.
A new study supports evidence that rising levels of carbon dioxide emissions are making American forests healthier and more resilient. In fact, U.S. forests are likely to get even healthier over the next few decades.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) chief told reporters the agency “did its job” when asked how the Obama administration handled the ongoing water crisis in the city of Flint, Mich.
President Barack Obama’s decision to put a moratorium on new coal mine leases could end up costing Americans billions of dollars as more federal lands are locked up.
The Department of the Interior announced it's putting a moratorium on coal mining leases on federal lands to do a full review of the government’s mineral leasing policies, citing concerns over global warming.
A Washington state judge told environmentalists they could not use “necessity defense” to claim the threat of global warming justified their criminal activity -- a huge blow to activists' hopes they can use global warming as a shield from the law.
Federal park rangers at the Mojave National Preserve were packing some serious heat according to a government audit. Agents were carrying fully automatic rifles and bought dozens of flashbang grenades in violation of federal rules.
The Obama administration will be canceling opportunities for companies to mine for coal on federal land and raising the costs of extracting natural resources -- from coal, to gas, to oil -- on properties controlled by the government.
New Mexico will sue the EPA for accidentally unleashing three million gallons of mine wastewater into state waters and contaminating drinking water for thousands of people.
American’s just don’t seem to be that interested in electric cars, especially with gas prices so low, which has kept President Barack Obama from fulfilling his pledge to put 1 million electric cars on the road by 2015.
The Crow Tribe welcomed then-Sen. Barack Obama with open arms in 2008, making him an "adopted" member of the tribe. But eight years later, the Crow are hurting financially by the environmental policies of the man they once applauded.
A Stanford professor is deflecting criticism after allegedly deleting data from research associated with a year-old study in order to avoid inadvertently showing how green energy will kill millions of long-term jobs.
Government investigators looking into the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) rejection of the Pebble Mine project found 25 months of missing emails from the account of an employee who allegedly played a major role in derailing a crucial Alaska mine project.