Most Americans want the U.S. to take a global leadership role on climate change, but only about a quarter think the country is doing so. Two-thirds of Americans say they’re at least somewhat concerned
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Two new climate models predict that global warming due to climate change will be faster and more severe than previously thought, meaning humanity will have to work even harder to curb its emissions and
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has taken the lead in a major new Iowa poll, registering slightly ahead of persistent frontrunner Joe Biden in a survey of the state’s Democratic voters. The results come after months
Perceived assault on US democracy decried in rally billed as reminder to elected officials that they work for people. Washington, DC - Demonstrators have marched through Washington, DC to protest against
The Australian journalist wondered if cleaning up Trump's rambling speech does the public a disservice. An editor for The Guardian in Australia was stunned by Donald Trump’s “alarming incoherence” when
Republican Rep. Paul Mitchell’s surprise retirement began with a President Trump tweet. Moments after Trump’s July 14 missive telling four U.S. congresswomen of color to “go back” to their countries of
President Donald Trump comes out of the Oval Office for his departure from the White House on September 16, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images) In retrospect, what’s most disturbing
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Earlier this year GM shut its giant plant in Lordstown, Ohio, which Trump had vowed to save Donald Trump pretends to be a tribune of the working class, standing up for American jobs. Last week nearly General