On Saturday, Truthdig correspondents Haley Winters and Clara Romeo joined thousands of protesters in Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles, who turned out to send a message about climate change to President Trump.
The Vermont senator and the "Science Guy" take to Facebook Live to discuss the president's disavowal of climate change.
In addition to being a campaigner on the issue of climate change, Bill Nye the Science Guy also has a message about abortion for the 2016 Republican presidential candidates.
In a fantastic video for the online forum Big Think, the famous "science guy" spells out the reasons he thinks "when it comes to women's rights with respect to their reproduction, I think you should leave it to women."
Remember that "Last Week Tonight" clip that explained that part of the problem with addressing climate change is that deluded deniers are given as much airtime as scientists reporting facts? Well, it seems the BBC paid attention.
The host of "Last Week Tonight" hit on an important factor contributing to some people's insistence that climate change doesn't exist.
David Gregory’s "Meet the Press" hosted a debate between Bill Nye the Science Guy and Texas Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert on whether gravity is just a theory.
Emmy Award-winning science evangelist Bill Nye says he wanted to debate creationism guru Ken Ham because science literacy in America is both important and under siege.