I for one will rest easier tonight knowing that the world is in the capable hands of leaders like Trump, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un.
As head of homeland security, Kirstjen Nielsen would oversee an agency that leads the federal response to a range of natural disasters.
President Trump announced in June the United States will withdraw from the 2015 Paris agreement unless he can get a better deal for the United States.
Former Vice President Al Gore on Sunday offered Chicagoans a playbook on how to proselytize about a warming planet in the face of doubters.
Images of a flooded Riverwalk make the phenomenon of climate change harder to miss.
We pretend climate change is remote, but it’s here. CC is dangerous. It’ll worsen if we continue risky behaviors.
Up goes the temperature, down comes the deluge.
The refurbished tax code must be way shorter, more understandable, and much fairer.
Either you sympathize with people or you do not. That is the essential gulf we see in America today.
Monday’s solar eclipse reminds us that the natural world will do its thing whether we listen to scientists or not.
We should press our elected officials to find common solutions to save our planet.
The one item that stands out is the lack of candor when it comes to the costs and who will be responsible when the bills come due.
It is the latest example of collisions between Trump’s environmental policies and the facts presented by his government’s experts.
We need to demand that our government does more to keep this from getting worse.
Al Gore’s project starts like an advocacy film, updating the latest ways humans are harming the planet, but ends like an infomercial