About that budget deal, don't expect a windfall for climate
Congress approved a sweeping budget deal early this morning that would dramatically raise domestic spending levels over the next two years, potentially making agencies across the government flush with new cash.
Skeptic's retreat sparks questions about alternative science
Under President Trump, the left has lost some big climate battles: The president promised to exit the Paris climate treaty, the Clean Power Plan is doomed and critics of mainstream climate science hold top jobs. But Democrats and green groups now claim a major victory against the administration — the withdrawal of one of Trump's most controversial nominees, due in large part to her views on climate change.
Pruitt publicly bashed Trump. Will it hurt him?
Scott Pruitt might be keeping his head down for a while.
Dems — eyeing gavels — want to see Pruitt a lot more
Senate Democrats have big plans for Scott Pruitt if they clinch control of the chamber this fall.
Top Obama enviro lawyer joins D.C. firm
Former President Obama's top environmental lawyer thinks the Trump administration's climate and energy policies will gain steam this year, before coming under fire in the courts.