Oil Industry Reconsiders Donations to Election Deniers — but Has Its Own Big Lie
The fossil fuel industry pioneered massive political disinformation with climate denial. It also fed the “Stop the Steal” movement.
How a Flurry of Suspicious Phone Calls Set Investigators on Rick Snyder’s Trail
The former Michigan governor, his chief of staff, and health director were in close contact in October 2014, when Legionnaires’ disease in Flint was setting off alarm bells among officials.
Thousands of U.S. Public Housing Residents Live in the Country’s Most Polluted Places
More than 9,000 public housing properties are within a mile of a federal Superfund site.
Inside the Scramble for Power in the Board Controlling Puerto Rico’s Financial Future
With Trump on the way out, a late appointment has a history of working for the very debt holders trying to secure a payoff.
After George Floyd, Carbon Capture Tech Tiptoes Into Racial Justice
How national police protests and the Green New Deal pressured carbon capture leaders on equity.