Pope Francis is convening a landmark climate change conference April 28 in Vatican City, entitled "Protect the Earth, Dignify Humanity: The Moral Dimensions of Climate Change and Sustainable Development."

Facebook has spent years earning a notorious reputation for sacrificing users' privacy for increased advertising revenue. Now the social networking giant may be in serious legal trouble with the European Union for violating EU laws about tracking Internet users without their consent.

Daughter of Earth Day founder Gaylord Nelson is blocked from using her state office as a global-warming propaganda organ; Green Lobby goes apoplectic.

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg pledged $30 million Wednesday to the Sierra Club’s war on coal.

Government’s latest Orwellian tools to spy on citizens, known as “smart meters,” are literally blowing up and catching fire, risking lives and property to facilitate what even officials acknowledge amounts to intrusive state surveillance. In fact, your home may already have been fitted with one of the dangerous meters in recent years. The latest explosions of the controversial espionage devices, used to monitor citizens’ electricity and water usage, happened in California last week. Amid a government-caused water shortage across the state, bureaucrats are hoping to use the hazardous meters to catch citizens consuming more than their government-approved water rations. As more and more “smart” meters explode and burst into flames, though, citizens concerned about safety — not to mention privacy and liberty — are increasingly fighting back.

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