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State regulators and grid operators have stymied the president's bid to revive the coal industry. So federal officials are increasingly playing their trump card: national security.
The Trump administration doesn't want the trial in a landmark lawsuit brought by a group of young Americans to become a climate change symposium.
President Trump found a new way to express his suspicions about climate change. The question is whether it will become a talking point.
They lived for two years and 20 minutes under the glass of a miniature Earth, complete with an ocean, rainforest, desert, grasslands and mangroves. Their air and water were recycled, and they grew the sweet potatoes, rice and other food they needed to survive.
A weakened Hurricane Leslie slammed into the coast of Portugal, leaving 27 people injured as it uprooted trees, brought down power lines and smashed store windows with gusting winds and heavy rain.
Florida's disjointed property insurance system that relies almost exclusively on small and midsize companies will take a multibillion-dollar loss from Hurricane Michael but has sufficient reserves and backups that providers should be able to pay claims without problems, analysts say.
While other mainstream political parties in Germany flounder in polls and struggle to answer a far-right challenge, the Greens have gained strength as a magnet for liberal-minded voters.
The tiny Pacific island nation of Palau announced last week that it will soon become the home of the world's largest microgrid, a development that could help it ramp up to 70 percent renewable energy over the next three decades.
Despite a breakdown in negotiations, both the Trump administration and California have signaled they're still open to talking about clean car rules.
Two of the most powerful business lobbies in Washington are pressing the Supreme Court to take up Exxon Mobil Corp.'s fight against Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey (D).
Doctors retained by the U.S. government will likely minimize connections between heat-trapping gases and medical ailments at an upcoming climate change trial, court records show.
Tourism authorities call Mexico Beach, Fla., "the Unforgettable Coast." That's even more true now after haunting images show the seaside town turned to splinters by Hurricane Michael.
The landmark report on rising temperatures last week proposed unprecedented actions to slow down climate change. What if it understated the concern among scientists?
President Trump cast fresh doubt on human-caused climate change last night by saying recent temperature increases will "change back again."
They may be out of the White House, but the players behind President Obama's landmark initiatives on climate change aren't out of the fight.
BP boss Bob Dudley launched a wide-ranging attack on the divestment movement that's calling on institutional investors to sell down their oil stocks, rejecting warnings from the likes of the Bank of England that hydrocarbons present a risk to the financial system.
Central Europe's third-largest polluter plans to almost triple its clean-energy capacity as emission costs surge.
Warm weather has delayed the changing colors of the trees in West Virginia, with the best locations to see fall foliage in the higher elevations in the eastern part of the state.
An effort to mitigate the effects of livestock operations on climate change is getting a boost in the form of a $50,000 research grant.
Tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans have settled in Florida since Hurricane Maria desolated the Caribbean.