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The U.S. government does not consider sexual harassment a form of scientific misconduct. Should it?
He's barred scientists who receive EPA grants from advising the agency, but sees no conflict of interest in appointing fossil-fuel representatives.
He keeps picking deniers for top government positions: NASA might soon be run by a GOP congressman who blames global warming on the sun.
Prehistoric squid were far more numerous, and their reign lasted longer, than the dinosaurs. Why do we know so little about them?
How the discovery of X-rays and infrared made us doubt the senses.
Legal attacks, internet harassment, and a Trump-fueled "culture of fear" are making their work more difficult than ever.
The most obvious effect of global warming is not a doomsday scenario. Extreme heat is happening today, and wreaking havoc on vulnerable bodies.
Climate scientists say New York magazine's cover story about global warming is unnecessarily apocalyptic. But can fear help the planet?
A Q&A with Peter Meyer, a PhD economist at the University of Louisville.
The press is covering the president's attacks on climate science and policy, but when the time comes to press him in person, reporters go silent.
"It’s meant to unsettle people, and it’s doing a pretty good job."
Here's what New York Times columnist Bret Stephens should have written about instead of his controversial, misleading op-ed.
Bret Stephens might seem reasonable compared to conspiracy theorists, but his stealth denial is far more damaging.
He's become too jaded and political to be the face of the movement.
The office is nearly empty, and a climate-change denier may be picked to run it. "There is reason to worry," says Obama's top science advisor.
The latest right-wing lie is even crazier than the supposed global warming "hoax." But it's gaining influence in the Trump administration.
Two terrible bills that Obama would have vetoed are back in play, and they stand a very good chance of becoming law under Trump.