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The CDC estimates up to 10,300 pregnant women will contract Zika before year's end. Come on, Congress.
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Despite the political and market forces arrayed against it, the dying U.S. coal industry is still clinging to life.
Watch and learn how natural structures can defend our coasts.
There Sweden goes again, making the rest of us look bad.
Why can't America quit this dirty, doomed fuel?
Smoke from the 2015 fires killed over 100,000 people.
Private car ownership is going the way of the dodo, says a manifesto published by Lyft co-founder John Zimmer. Instead, you'll subscribe to your ride.
Bob Inglis clings to hope that the real estate developer will break the GOP's fever on global warming.
A new report helps us visualize just how smoggy American cities would be without air pollution regulation.
And that's bad news when it comes to climate change.
The agency found that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, likely doesn't cause cancer.
But the 27 states still plan to push ahead with their lawsuit.
Advice columnist Umbra Fisk gives an exhaustive answer.
L.A. City Council pushes the city to go all renewable.
Much of NYC will be under water in 100 years -- but that doesn’t necessarily mean we should make a hasty retreat from the coastlines.
Here’s your primer on California’s far-reaching climate plan.
As saltwater inundates their roots, coastal trees are dying off.
Now anyone with an internet connection can see what big commercial fishing vessels are up to.
The House Science chair is violating the First Amendment with this charade, they argue.