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Obama Climate Plan Revives Talk of a Carbon Tax

Sweeping power-plant regulations would enable states to use pollution trading, fees to cut heat-trapping emissions.

Obama Calls Failure to Fight Climate Change 'Shameful'

The president attacked critics of the White House effort to curb pollution from power plants. 


Climate Battle Will Likely Divide Red and Blue States Down a Green Line

In the impending conflict over the Environmental Protection Agency carbon-reduction regulations President Obama will announce today, clear divisions emerge among red and blue states.

Obama Reaches for Green Legacy, But Will History Books Agree?

This is second-term Obama. A president who routinely reminds people that he never has to run for office again using the power of the executive branch to sidestep an opposition Congress to accomplish legacy-defining agenda items.

GOP Contenders Attack Obama on Climate at Koch Summit

Ted Cruz questions climate science, accuses Obama of siding with 'California environmentalist billionaires' over workers.

Winners and Losers In President Obama’s Global Warming Rule

The centerpiece of the president's climate agenda is sure to create political fallout.

Hillary Clinton, Scott Walker, and the Future of Obama’s Climate Plan

The EPA's clean power rule will ultimately be decided by the next president, governors, and the courts.

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