President Donald Trump is using his executive power to collapse Obamacare, which could have a widespread impact beyond the marketplaces.
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by Rick McGahey, former assistant secretary of labor, and Teresa Ghilarducci, economics professor at The New School for Social
Earlier this month, two of the three massively subsidized, state-owned Gulf airlines announced additional flights to and from the United States.
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We hope the G20 leadership will demonstrate its commitment to the Paris Agreement and a safe climate future by making commits
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The fact that no traditional airline has operated the route with financial success is precisely what causes airline experts to wonder about Emirates' interest in the route.
Proponents of alternative energy were left scratching their heads last December over a report that the town council from Woodland, N.C., rejected a proposal to rezone a parcel of land to allow a proposed solar farm.
For too long, the corridors of power in our parliament have been polluted by corporate Australia, not least big coal and gas. For too long, the shadow of the coal and gas industry has loomed large over so many of our politicians' decisions on climate change.
Evidence continues to pile up to prove, beyond any doubt, that the hugely-subsidized Gulf airlines - Emirates, Etihad Airways
Wanting to accelerate low-carbon development and getting it done are two different things -- and the biggest challenge for the climate movement is to dramatically speed up successful implementation of the Paris commitments made by almost 200 nations.