Sixth in a 10-part weekly series. This installment examines why the partisan divide on climate change has widened in recent years.
Americans are becoming more polarized about climate change even as scientists find consensus. Two Colorado counties offer a portrait of why this is happening.
Gore's movie, An Inconvenient Truth, was just about to come out. A libertarian think tank had published attack ads against it. My co-facilitator and I brought them together.
House Speaker Paul Ryan's brand of small-government conservatism might be evolving in ways that echo beyond Donald Trump.
Election Day is nearly upon us. Are you ready?
Almost a half million voters have already cast their ballots.
Union leaders in Chicago and the school district reached a tentative contract agreement minutes before the deadline on Tuesday, after they couldn't come together for months over a lack of trust.
A new study shows that between 2011 to 2015, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo made donations to 96 national health organizations.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is hoping Al Gore will speak to environmentally-aware Millennial voters. Others wonder if he's relevant enough to resonate with the crowd.
Countering Donald Trump's claims in the second presidential debate, investor Warren Buffett stated that he has never taken advantage of the 'carry forward' loophole when paying taxes.