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Another Week, Another Shutdown Deadline

With the DHS clock still ticking, the House and Senate will also tackle EPA legislation, the Keystone veto, and Netanyahu's visit.

Is Roger Wicker the Next Jim Inhofe (or Galileo)?

When Republicans turned the tables on an attempt by Democrats to pin them on the reality of climate change, only Sen. Roger Wicker didn't go along with the plan.

 

American Meteorological Society: Dem’s Climate-Funding Probe Sends ‘Chilling Message’

Group says Rep. Raul Grijalva's inquiry is a risk to academic freedom.

Chasing Sally Jewell

ANWR adversaries square off in the Arctic Circle.

EPA’s Woodstove Whisperer

Over the past five years, Janet McCabe has played a leading role in updating EPA's air standards for woodstoves and heaters in accordance with the Clean Air Act.

Watch Jim Inhofe Throw a Snowball on the Senate Floor

Aide confirms the underhand toss was caught by a page.

Watch Six Months of Rain and Snowfall Across the World

NASA satellite data could help predict cyclones, hurricanes, and tropical storms.

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