The Independent Women's Forum and Independent Women's Voice are not-so independent according to a new investigation by CMD ... about how they sell right-wing policies and candidates under the guise of neutrality.
ExxonMobil is listed as a top corporate sponsor of the ALEC meeting, taking place this week in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The recipients of funding from Peabody Energy were made public in the company's recent bankruptcy filings.
A new scientific analysis of the health risks associated with widely used herbicide atrazine, disappears from EPA website.
ALEC has named Jennifer Jura of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) as the new corporate chair for its task force that works to oppose action to tackle climate change.
The investigation into ExxonMobil climate change denial continues as court filings show a subpoena has been issued to the PR firm, DCI Group.
Bankruptcy filings reveal Chris Horner, a DC-based lawyer, climate change denier and Fox News regular, is being paid as a “Regulatory Counsel” for the coal company, Alpha Natural Resources.
Part of an emerging national trend, the Wisconsin Senate voted along party lines to approve a bill that would prohibit local communities from issuing their own rules on plastic bags and other containers.
The Kochs and their fossil-fuel-fed political network are reportedly gunning for the electric car.
The Energy & Environment Legal Institute--a group best known for filing lawsuits seeking climate scientists' personal emails--has secretly received funding from Arch Coal, one of the largest coal producers in the U.S.