A new campaign seeks to bring climate change and the dangers of the fossil fuel industry back into public discourse. Will it work?
After Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock lost their bids for the Senate, which now includes a record number of women, marking a legitimate defeat for extremists in the GOP.
The film's distortion of the facts prompts an examination of its funders and a closer look at those promoting Parent Trigger as a cure for what ails the US education system.
For the NY governor, there is the possibility of political consequences for giving in to the industry.
Constituents say Paul Ryan's economy isn't working for them.
One Louisiana politician sent out letters asking corporations for $1,000 donations to send 30 legislators to an ALEC conference.
A resolution has been introduced in the House to make Congressional Research Reports available to the public.
Andrew Cuomo's plan to open economically distressed parts of the state to hydraulic fracturing has come under fire. But he is now getting conservative help.
A new bill would prohibit the EPA from ever setting federally enforceable safeguards for the disposal of toxic coal ash.
This move by water company Aqua America could be premonitory of upcoming battles over the role of for-profit water companies in capitalizing on fracking to the detriment of people’s needs.
This is not the first environmental scandal involving the Walker administration and its political allies.
J&J is one of the companies that has so far stood by ALEC, despite ALEC's role in pushing “model” laws that make it harder for Americans to vote and that advance the NRA’s gun agenda.
The House passes an ALEC-inspired Coal Ash regulation which would pre-empt the EPA's own regulations.
Reed Elsevier joins a mass corporate exodus from ALEC, bringing the total number of corporations that have cut ties with the controversial organization to ten.
Chemicals used in fracking have been linked to breast cancer and reproductive health problems, and there have been reports of rises in crimes against women in some fracking "boom" towns.
Trayvon Martin's killing brought hundreds of people to the headquarters of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) Thursday to rally against the extremist legislation that it pushes.
In-depth report: The EPA's standards for monitoring toxic sludge are woeful, and that's because of a concerted lobbying effort to rebrand sewage sludge as natural "compost."
A female reporter reflects on her experiences as a broadcaster for a community radio station in Kenya.