The French president plans to address the public about the yellow vest protests on Monday. It may be too little too late.
The world will have a dubious achievement to claim on New Year's eve: unparalleled carbon emissions.
The European Court of Justice rules that when an EU member country has notified its intent to leave, "that member state is free to revoke unilaterally that notification."
The “Gilets Jaunes” are angry about President Emmanuel Macron’s policies, which they say favor the wealthy.
New research shows that going back to nature through more environmentally conscious land use could help the U.S. could cut a fifth of its greenhouse gas emissions.
Israeli forces deployed along the volatile border with the Gaza Strip are firing live rounds at rock-throwing Palestinian protesters.
Nick Ayers, 36, Vice President Pence’s chief of staff, is the president's top choice for the post.
Multimedia journalist Michael Nigro will document the experiences of Central American families seeking asylum.
Indigenous and environmental groups, as well as local landowners, celebrated the court victory, denouncing the proposed tar sands pipeline as "reckless and risky."
The dean of Yale’s medical school is among leading medical figures who have not accurately disclosed relationships with drug companies.