Many who oppose new climate policies argue it could do damage to the American economy. But a recent study finds health cost savings might actually outweigh the costs.
In the debate about whether the U.S. should pass a comprehensive climate law, a cap-and-trade policy seems to have big benefits for the average American.
A study finds that people who live in nations where the national governments spend more on social services are much happier than people with more laissez-faire governments.
People who live in nations where the national governments spend more on social services are much happier than people with more laissez-faire governments.
A new study has found that No Child Left Behind might be adversely affecting how and what students learn according to class size and racial demographics.
New research has revealed that NCLB's bad reputation may be undeserved, or at least exaggerated.
Large misinformation campaigns on climate change science are being funded by a handful of sources with an interest in maintaining the status quo.
Corporations push back against emissions standards, but there's a lot of good to be found in simple EPA energy efficiency policies.
It's not actual equality that dictates charity, but the perceptions of equality, and we want people to be equal.
U.S. government already favors big business and the rich, a study says, and there are plenty more examples to go around.