Whitehouse's floor soliloquies chug on. Is anyone listening?

For the 180th time, Sheldon Whitehouse took to the Senate floor this month to warn of the perils of climate change, blasting the fossil fuel industry, corporate greed and the failure of market capitalism to address global warming.

For the 180th time, Sheldon Whitehouse took to the Senate floor this month to warn of the perils of climate change, blasting the fossil fuel industry, corporate greed and the failure of market capitalism to address global warming.

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How do you shift Republicans on climate? Be nice.

Hundreds of advocates from around the country are pressing their Republican lawmakers to take action on climate change through a rarely deployed, yet highly effective, tactic.

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Trump outlines deregulation agenda.

The White House released the new administration's first regulatory plan, a sweeping survey for all federal agency actions.

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Rep. Lamar Smith mum about his recent trip to the Arctic.

Republican Rep. Lamar Smith of Texas, a vocal critic of climate science, organized and led a clandestine expedition to the melting Arctic in May.

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'This is our home. We don't want to live nowhere else.'

Second of three stories. Click here for part one.

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Congressional anti-rule push may live on after methane vote.

The Congressional Review Act clock is ticking, and time is running out.

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Bipartisan Senate bill would overhaul rulemaking.

Sens. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) introduced bipartisan legislation this morning to change the way agencies issue rules for the first time in 70 years.

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Trump acts fast to strike rules - but what's the long-term impact?

Almost 100 days in office and President Trump has taken a number of steps to make good on his promise to roll back regulations that conservatives say are choking the American economy.

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