The global warming debate appears as polarized as you can get
Rep. Frank Pallone, (D-N.J.), on the growing anger over the House not voting on a relief bill for the victims of the storm.
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A coalition of seven eastern states led by New York plans to sue the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for failing to issue new guidelines to curb methane emissio...
Bob Deans of the NRDC discusses whether America should pay for a U.N. carbon tax.
PBS' Jeffrey Brown suggests too many news sources created fragmented nation
Alan talks with Professor Richard A. Muller about the evolution about his beliefs on global warming .
A federal judge on Monday denied BP Plc access to 21 emails and other documents sent among White House and other U.S. officials related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oi...
Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) tells Alan why be believes man-made global warming is a hoax.
Coastal region could be underwater in less than 100 years
Alan talks with renowned physicist Dr. Michio Kaku about all the major scientific advances to look for in the new year.
Stossel and guests look closely at summer myths about storms, sharks, bees and wildfires and determine whether they're true or not
Environmental proposals to impact the economy
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President Barack Obama on Friday sought to turn the spotlight from controversies threatening to swamp his agenda back to his top priority - the economy - and announc...
Earth Day is this Monday, this year’s campaign aims to raise awareness of climate change
Stossel looks at environmental issues like climate change , endangered species and green energy
Jonathan Hunt reports on the recovery efforts to get the Jersey Shore back in business and ready for the summer