The future of manufacturing lies in building infrastructure that runs on clean energy and transport, not weapons development.
Transportation policies prioritizing private vehicle use leave the poor and people of color behind.
Biden’s American Jobs Plan calls for $2.3 trillion in federal spending over eight years. That’s a lot, but much less than we spend on our military.
A gas pipeline would put a gash the size of a 12-lane highway along the Appalachian Trail. Is nothing sacred?
As another corporate giveaway, the plan would put major public infrastructure up for sale, and would loosen environmental rules designed to protect local communities.
As I struggled my way through a crumbling transit system, the Senate was preparing to pass a tax plan that will decimate the resources needed to fix our nation’s infrastructure.
The deals on luxury private jets have never been sweeter. The reality of what that means for the rest of us could hardly be more bitter.
Trump voters wanted an end to government corruption, but his list of energy advisers are all deeply embedded in the fossil fuel industry.
With a little good faith, liberals and conservatives can work together to tackle the real issues putting the American Dream out of reach.
Portland, Oregon could teach the world a thing or two about climate laws that count.
From Standing Rock North Dakota to Kentucky, residents are fighting big oil and gas.
As a millennial, I take the push to ditch the estate tax personally.
While the rest of us pay the sticker price, lawmakers are considering a special deluxe tax rate for giant corporations.
President Obama and some members of Congress think the easiest way to fund infrastructure is by granting corporations a large tax cut on their untaxed offshore profits.
The taxes we pay should bankroll quality public services, not corporations and overpaid CEOs.