Disasters in British Columbia, where many Canadian mines are located, can have devastating effects downstream.
Far from what our Founding Fathers envisioned, the legislative branch has become a junior partner to the executive, a new study finds.
The announcements by Sens. Susan Collins and Joe Manchin are expected to deal a fatal blow to the opposition, but Democrats are still pressing the fight.
Only California permits marijuana smoking at pot retailers with specially designed lounges. Unsurprisingly, San Francisco is the trailblazer.
A magnitude 7.9 temblor strikes off an island in the Gulf of Alaska. No injuries are reported, and a tsunami warning is canceled after a few hours.
Critics chastise Ryan Zinke for allegedly targeting Sen. Lisa Murkowski as payback for her refusal to go along with the GOP's health care plan.
In May, U.S. warships will sail to the gulf and engage in activities that could poison those once-pristine waters.
Warming is causing soil-based microorganisms to release carbon dioxide in a potentially catastrophic process that could add at least as much carbon to the atmosphere as the fossil fuel industry emitted in the mid-20th century, a study finds.
The Vermont senator remains an underdog in the Democratic race, but he still likes his chances to capture the nomination over Hillary Clinton.
Palin's endorsement of front-runner Donald Trump this week was a master class in surrealist poetry. Geniuses of the Dada movement would have been humbled by her obliteration of the bourgeois concept we call logic.