These Guys Were on the Deepwater Horizon When It Blew Up

Courtesy Margaret Brown

“The Great Invisible” tells the story of the BP spill through the eyes of men still haunted by it.

Tons of BP Oil Is Still on the Bottom of the Gulf of Mexico

A shell stained by oil from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill. Robin Loznak/ZUMA

A new study shows that cleanup efforts barely scratched the surface.

Climate Change Is Kicking the Insurance Industry’s Butt

A house in New Jersey damaged by Hurricane Sandy is still abandoned nearly two years after the storm. Akira Suwa/Philadelphia Inquirer/ZUMA

As disaster-related losses soar, insurance is more difficult to come by.

Fox News’ Parent Company Is Really Worried About Global Warming

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Rupert Murdoch’s businesses lost millions during Superstorm Sandy—and they’re warning that climate change could mean more extreme weather.

Now Congressional Republicans Are Digging Through Scientists’ Grant Proposals

Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas) has led an unprecedented investigation into the scientific operations of the National Science Foundation. Drew Angerer/AP

An unprecedented investigation of National Science Foundation grants is targeting climate science.

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