The planet is our beat.
On the first anniversary of the agency’s removal of climate change info from its website, a look back at one of the earth’s roughest years on record and the fight to set things right.
Also, Administrator Scott Pruitt equates hard questions (and mustache doodles) with security threats.
As forests are carved up across North America, its 51 woodland caribou herds are being left with nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.
But denialist lawmakers aren’t going to make it easy.
Also, top EPA staffers jump ship, and Energy Secretary Rick Perry is confused about how research works.
Pruitt can’t recall his misdeeds, science is out at the EPA, and Rick Perry wants to declare a national emergency to keep coal plants open.