Can Trump nuke a hurricane? No one could stop him, legally
If President Trump wants to shake up the final weeks of his reelection campaign by lobbing a nuclear weapon into a storm, nothing can stop him.
Before science reporter Scott Waldman joined Climatewire in 2016, he covered state energy policy at Politico New York and has worked for the Albany Times Union, Erie Times-News and The Baltimore Sun. His work also has appeared in Scientific American. He won an Associated Press award for his reporting on the Iraq War in 2006. Scott holds a master's degree in journalism from Syracuse University and a bachelor's degree from Earlham College.
The Trump administration has quietly restarted the National Climate Assessment after public outcry over its delay.
Climate denial groups have used Facebook to spread disinformation to millions of people in the lead-up to the 2020 elections, according to a new report.
Kamala Harris and Mike Pence don't agree on much, but the two vice presidential candidates are worlds apart on the issue of global warming.
President Trump's contraction of COVID-19 crystallizes how the pandemic is penetrating the most Republican parts of the U.S. and affecting officials who have downplayed the virus by using arguments that echo their dismissal of climate change.