Ginsburg death leaves 'no environmental voice' on bench
The passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg could shake the foundation of America's bedrock environmental laws, leaving a chasm on the bench where once sat an environmental champion.
Court won't adjust upstream use to rescue Nev. lake
Nevada may not curtail historical water rights to protect a rapidly deteriorating lake, the state's highest court ruled yesterday in a closely watched case.
EPA's biggest civil rights obstacle? Itself
When President Clinton required federal agencies to consider environmental justice in 1994, it was hailed as a landmark achievement for the movement. But Clinton's executive order didn't anticipate one of its biggest obstacles: the agencies themselves.
Officials battle antifa conspiracy rumors across the West
As rains brought some relief for firefighters in the Pacific Northwest, unfounded conspiracy theories linking historic wildfires to left-wing protesters raged.
Fire and rain: Twin climate catastrophes ravage U.S.
America awoke this morning at war with two slowly unfolding climate disasters, as wildfires continued to incinerate the West and the powerful Hurricane Sally made landfall in the Southeast.