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A car is submerged in floodwater in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Monday, Sept. 4, 2017, near the Addicks and Barker Reservoirs in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Despite Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, science has no idea if climate change is causing more (or fewer) powerful hurricanes

Even the best meteorologists in the world weren't able to predict the development and track of Hurricane Harvey until a few days before it h...

Don't let zombies into the tax code -- dead handouts for green energy should stay dead

By Christine Harbin

Policymakers should reform the tax code in a way that brings relief to everyone, not just those in the wind and solar industries.

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Hurricane Irma elevated to Category 4 storm, threatens to hit Florida

By Josh Siegel

Florida Gov. Rick Scott urged Florida residents on Monday to be prepared for Irma to hit.

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Sen. Tom Carper scolds EPA's Scott Pruitt over Arkema plant explosions after Harvey

By John Siciliano

Carper suspects that the plant was lax in meeting EPA requirements, which may have resulted in the blasts.

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