BREAKING: The Senate Just Voted Not to Approve the Keystone XL Pipeline

Senator Mary Landrieu (D-La.) is rounding up support for a Senate vote tomorrow on the Keystone XL pipeline. James Berglie/ZUMA

Republicans have vowed to try again next year when they control the Senate. 

Meet the Senate’s New Climate Denial Caucus

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Their views range from tepid acceptance of the science to flat-out rejection.

The Climate Lost Big-Time in Tuesday’s Election

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Climate deniers are officially in charge of Congress, and other bad news.

How Green Was My Election?

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Tom Steyer spent $57 million to get voters to care about climate change. It didn’t work.

How 3,500 Voters in North Dakota Could Put the Brakes on America’s Biggest Fracking Boom

North Dakota's Fort Berthold Indian Reservation is one of the country's most active oil drilling areas. Alexandra Hootnick/ZUMA

Voters on a small Native American reservation are choosing between two candidates who want to crack down on the oil industry.

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