Does the phrase "climate change" adequately convey the devastating consequences of human-caused changes to our planet's climate?
When most of us lose an argument, or an election, there is a tendency to lash out in spite--and an equal tendency on the part of media to expect that any lawsuit after losing an election will just be sour grapes.
When the dust settles from the NCAA tournament's biggest battle, one group of winners will emerge with unimaginable spoils while others come away empty-handed.
The $28.5 billion in bonuses doled out to Wall Street employees in 2014 is double the annual pay for all 1,007,000 Americans who work full-time at the current federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour.
On Thursday, Walker told a crowd that the peaceful 2011 Uprising could be compared to responding as a commander in chief to the decapitations and rogue Islamic fury of ISIS.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) approved the Okanagan Specialty Fruits’ genetically engineered Arctic Apples.
Why did it happen? Brian Williams was the number one anchor. And now he is banished for six months – or forever.
The Obama Administration's new plan to regulate methane emissions from the oil and gas industry will at best only slow down the country's fastest-growing source of heat-trapping gases.
Imagine if every school in our country was powered by clean, affordable, renewable energy.
There's no more room for speculation. If the GOP-controlled Congress passes a bill directing approval for the Keystone XL pipeline, President Obama will veto it. Such was the announcement yesterday by White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest. There were no qualifiers, no weasel words, nothing that would indicate the president is looking for a backdoor that will allow him to approve the project and save face.