Trump taps Marine with climate background as deputy
President Trump yesterday nominated a top disaster official who has spoken about the dangers of climate change, breaking sharply from previous appointees who question humans' role in global warming.
Green groups fight Trump on immigration
Green groups are slamming the Trump administration's new policy of separating undocumented children from their families at the border.
Lawmakers advance climate programs, even Republicans
Congress is assembling must-pass legislation that rejects — and sometimes reverses — the Trump administration's efforts to dismantle federal climate change programs.
Even with icebreakers, U.S. still in 'la-la land'
The Coast Guard says it's making good progress in the Arctic, an unusually upbeat assessment after years of warning that a warmer North Pole will attract more ships than the coasties can handle.
Agency targets conservation co-ops to avoid climate rules
The Interior Department wants to eliminate a science-based conservation program that dates back to the George W. Bush administration, after being prodded by conservative opponents of climate policy.