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President Biden is drawing criticism for breaking campaign promises to end oil and gas leasing on public lands and waters.
“Carbon capture and sequestration” isn’t proven to work and would exacerbate fossil fuel harms.
McCarthy and his caucus are holding American families and the global economy hostage to his demands to slash vital social programs.
A slate of new bills signed by Florida’s billionaire-friendly governor will make it harder for public sector unions to collect dues, worsening the state’s teacher shortage and public school funding.
A century-old political lesson from the first grand champion of America’s kids.
Wherever one stands on the independence vs. accommodation spectrum in Taiwan, everyone should agree that a U.S.-China war is in nobody’s interest.
The private jet industry is destroying the climate and intensifying inequality. Rather than providing subsidies, we should tax the hell out of it.
This expensive, carbon-intensive form of travel is bad for both the earth and the taxpayers who subsidize it for the ultra-rich.
In Tennessee and Montana, Republicans silenced the voices of three young lawmakers because they dared to challenge the undemocratic status quo.
Secretive funding from ultra-wealthy donors has shaped the courts and public policy. Here’s how one donor-advised fund has facilitated that.