The project that has been on-again, off-again since 2008 seems to be off for good.
In a rebuke to traditional conservative views of Federalism, the Trump Administration intends to revoke California’s authority to set its own clean air standards,
President Trump’s impending decision to declare a national emergency to get funding for his border wall will quickly face serious legal challenges. It may be more vulnerable than the White House suspects.
Lyndon LaRouche, an eight-time Presidential candidate who ran a cult-like organization that spread bizarre conspiracy theories, has died at 96.
Brett Kavanaugh is expressing some regrets over his performance last Thursday, but it’s largely far too little, far too late.
Republicans passed their tax bill yesterday. What that means for the economy and the 2018 midterms is another question.
President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accords was neither the big win his supporters claim nor the disaster his critics fear.
For seventy-seven minutes yesterday, President Trump held forth in a press conference that confirmed the most dire predictions about what he’d be like as President.
In a closer than normal vote for the position, Rex Tillerson has been confirmed as Secretary of State.
With a relatively smooth announcement, Donald Trump has named a solid and qualified conservative who will likely be confirmed to the nation’s highest court.
President Trump reverses a decision made by President Obama just over a year ago.
To no real surprise, the Obama Administration has rejected the application to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline. It is likely to remain an issue in the upcoming Presidential campaign, though.
Another piece of news that all but guarantees the fate of the Keystone XL project will not be resolved before President Obama leaves office.
Pope Francis’s new encyclical isn’t exactly being received positively by American conservatives, because they seem to be missing the point.
President Obama’s decision on Keystone XL is apparently to delay things long enough so he doesn’t have to decide at all.
Just one day into the new Congress, the first confrontation is already set.
For the ninth time since 1974, the next Governor of Maine will likely be elected with less than 50% of the vote.
Rich guys are backing organizations that are taking over traditional party functions. Is that a problem?
Ed Klein says he has “Democrat sources” who Obama wants Warren to continue his mission to “transform America into a European-style democratic-socialist state.”
Marine Harriers dropped four unarmed bombs into the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park last week after missing another target.
Are carbon emissions saving us all from a cold, cold fate?
Congress eliminates a bad subsidy, but it’s only because there’s a worse one on the books.
Environmentalists are upset by President Obama’s decision to abandon stringent new smog regulations, but he made the right decision.
How many Texas politicians does it take to screw in a non-communist light bulb?
As with most of the other issues facing us, our political conversation about climate change and what to do about it basically just involves yelling at each other.
Is China’s drought caused by human action?
Will one of the worst natural disasters to hit Japan in centuries change the relationship between the Japanese government and the people?