There’s no magic bill waiting in the wings—and no quick path to arriving at one.
What it means for Facebook, for President Trump’s world, and for every American
It said The Atlantic’s footage, which captured alt-right members giving Nazi salutes, was “borderline content” under its hate-speech policy. It restored the video after being questioned on Monday.
It’s named Steve.
“We can’t shy away from phrases because they’ve been somehow weaponized.”
Falsehoods almost always beat out the truth on Twitter, penetrating further, faster, and deeper into the social network than accurate information.
An important carbon-tax proposal dies in the Washington statehouse.
"A lot of young conservatives are frustrated by the false choice between no climate action and a big government regulatory scheme."
Meanwhile, Europe is bitterly cold.
A new study finds that many household goods degrade air quality more than once thought.
Three ways of thinking (scientifically) about the East Coast’s ridiculous heat
Students have mourned and rallied the public after the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High that left 17 dead.
How can the snowshoe hare and Arctic fox thrive in a climate-changed world, where there’s less snow to blend in with?
The social network is splitting into two.
A new paper questions the growing body of evidence that weather fluctuations can prompt wars, but researchers have doubts about its value.
A new study says: It depends who’s writing the check.
But energy experts say the industry isn’t suffering because of the president’s policies—yet.
Hours of film showed the animals just living life—and suggested that, in the age of climate change, their day-to-day existence may get much harder.
“We have endured floods, and fires, and storms,” he said, without saying what made them all worse.
Experts warn that the world is now as dangerous as it was at the height of the Cold War. Many Americans already know it.
It might be worse than letting climate change play out.