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Why Trump Stands by Roy Moore, Even as It Fractures His Party

But in tying himself to Mr. Moore even as congressional leaders have abandoned the candidate en masse, the president has reignited hostilities with his own party just as Senate Republicans are rushing to pass a politically crucial tax overhaul. Mr. […]

Trump’s Big Gamble: Can He Pull Alabama Senator to Victory?

There is, of course, no small measure of irony in Mr. Trump’s decision to side with the establishment forces that lined up against his campaign for president. If Mr. Strange, who was appointed to fill the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, wins, Mr. Trump will deal a blow to some of the same anti-Washington forces that propelled his own rise.But Mr. Trump has taken a liking to Mr. Strange, who, he noted at the rally, has not asked for any presidential favors, and several Senate Republicans have told him that Mr. Moore would be an unreliable ally. […]

Fossil Fuel Industry-Funded Attorneys General Try to Block ExxonMobil Climate Fraud Probe

You could call it the battle of the attorneys general: one side representing the public interest, exactly what attorneys general are supposed to do; the other side representing the special interests, exactly what they are not supposed to do. In late March, 17 attorneys general held a press conference to announce they will defend the new federal rule curbing power plant carbon emissions and investigate energy companies that may have misled investors and the public about climate risks. They call themselves AGs United for Clean Power, and so far attorneys general from California, Massachusetts, New York and the Virgin Islands have launched investigations of ExxonMobil, the world’s largest publicly traded oil company, for fraud. In response, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange decided to push back. On May 16, they intervened on behalf of ExxonMobil to quash one of the investigations of the Irving, Texas-based company, accusing AGs United for Clean Power of trying to stifle the “debate” over climate science. Paxton and Strange filed their intervention plea in a case that ExxonMobil brought against Virgin Islands Attorney General Claude Walker in a Fort Worth district court […]

Green roofs are changing architecture: The Science Hills of Komatsu

Strange things happen when roofs touch the ground. […]

LA Medical Marijuana Takes A Hit As Voters Embrace City Councils Regressive Proposition D

By Monterey Bud Strange memories on this nervous morning-after LA’s special election. It’s been six years after the 2007 city moratorium on new medical marijuana collectives. Seemingly a lifetime since California first enacted prop 215 in 1996. The kind of historical peak rarely witnessed in one’s lifetime – an erratic beast of progress has been [Continue Reading] […]

The Year In Strange Design

I really didn’t know where to start, there is so much terrible stuff around […]

The Strange Allure of the Gold Standard

The Strange Allure of the Gold Standard […]