There are many questions around why thousands of Central Americans leave their families, set off alone and risk their lives in an attempt to reach the United States.
Saying “money is destroying the political process,” Sen. Joe Manchin is co-sponsoring a constitutional amendment to limit huge campaign spending.
Government programs could help communities adapt to a future with less mining, say regional economic groups.
Every summer, children suffer heatstroke after being left in hot cars. In some cases, they die.
The billionaire Koch brothers’ political organizations, Americans for Prosperity and the American Energy Alliance, are running a flood of campaign ads in West Virginia.
Less cigarette smoking, soda drinking and physical fighting, but more time at computers and other tech devices.
Stopping the U.S. Armed Forces from planning for global warming would be a bad mistake, according to an Assistant Secretary of the Navy.
Advisers to the armed forces are objecting to a vote by the U.S. House of Representatives to stop the military from planning for climate change.
A bill being drafted in Congress would leave in place the chemical regulation failures that came to light in the Freedom Industries spill.
Four months after the Freedom Industries spill, a new analysis finds about 38,000 West Virginia children – or one in eight – spend their weekdays at schools in the shadows of potentially dangerous chemical facilities, according to new analysis.