Trump's New Clean Energy Rule Is a Last-Ditch Effort to Save the Coal Industry
The Trump administration's replacement for Obama's signature climate rule is meant to be a lifeline for the nation's coal-fired power plants, but it may be too late.
What Hawaii Gets Right About Prescription Medication
Medicare patients in the state appear to be much less likely to overuse problematic prescription drugs, including opioid pain medications and antibiotics, than people in the mainland United States.
Senate Fails to Overturn Obama-Era Methane Regulation
The regulation is expected to save taxpayers $330 million a year.
Today's Health Tip: Avoid Being Elected Head of State
Heavy lies the crown.
Five Things President Obama Could Do to Help the Arctic
A should-do list for the president's three-day trip to Alaska.
Obama Promised to Divulge More on Drones 6 Months Ago
Who can be targeted, what's the precise legal rationale behind strikes, does the U.S. compensate for civilian casualties, and other questions we still have about America's ongoing drone war.
Is It Wrong to Comment on the Appearance of Professional Women?
President Nixon got himself into a bit of hot water when he commented on Helen Thomas' slacks. But 40 years later we're still making the same mistakes.