Coal, a black or brownish rock made from highly compressed plants that lived and died hundreds of millions of years ago, is the most plentiful fossil fuel in current use.
The Tennessee legislature is holding hearings on Common Core, national education standards and tests in math and English that 46 states, including Tennessee, have adopted.
Over the past several years, states have begun considering new laws that would place severe limits (interest rate caps) or even bans on certain types of short-term loans, often called “payday loans
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Massachusetts has had great success in recent years developing a burgeoning technology market, employing thousands across the state.
The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) is currently set to expire at the end of 2014, and both its proponents and detractors have been pushing Congress to act by either extending the program or al
The Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) released a major new report on climate change science produced by an internati
In September 2013, Greenpeace USA released a new edition of a report it previously released in 2010 titled Dealing in Doubt: The Climate Denial Machine vs.
Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for the invitation to speak today. I’m Joy Pullmann, a Fort Wayne resident, mother of three children, and education research fellow for The Heartland Institute.