Climate

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Capitol Hill police carry one of the five protesters from the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources hearing on President Donald Trump's FERC nominees on Thursday. (Photo courtesy of Beyond Extreme Energy)
Decrying the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) as nothing but a "rubber stamp" for industry, a number of activists disrupted a Senate energy committee hearing Thursday on President Donald Trump's FERC nominees. "FERC'in nuts" was how E&E News reporter Hannah Northey described the scene on Capitol Hill Thursday morning, as an...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
A majority of people in eight countries say they are ready to change their...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
As the World Health Organization (WHO) prepares to select its new director...

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Ugly Sign of the Trumpian Times: On Wednesday, hours before a Montana special election long supposed to be a GOP slam dunk that now intriguingly isn't, right-wing, evidently short-fused GOP tech millionaire Greg Gianforte body slammed a Guardian reporter to the ground for asking a question about health care; he has been charged with assault. Gianforte's populist, folk-singing Democratic opponent Rob Quist declined to comment. But we will. These people are thugs.