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Trump’s policies put the most vulnerable Americans in danger.

The administration has torn down some hard-won protections.

Houston was built for cars. What happens when Harvey destroys 250,000 vehicles?

Many low-income people are stuck at home, unable to afford a replacement vehicle and get back to work.

While hurricanes struck, Scott Pruitt was up to some interesting activities

Business as usual: blasting the Obama administration, denying science, and rolling back regulations.

Hurricane Maria poses a catastrophic threat to the Caribbean

Maria is expected to grow stronger as it heads toward the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

California rewrites the GOP's climate playbook

Golden State Republicans are testing out new paths for the party on warming.

World hunger rises after decades of decline.

After decades of decline, the number of hungry people in the world grew by 38 million in 2016.

Donald Glover's 'Atlanta' is a double-Emmy winner.

The genre-bending comedy takes place on the roadways and buses of the sprawling city.

ExxonMobil and Chevron are some of the most influential climate lobbyists. Yikes.

Of the 50 companies influencing climate policy the most, 35 are vying against it.

Florida Governor Rick Scott is figuring out his feelings on climate change post-hurricane.

"Whether that’s cycles we’re going through or whether that’s man-made, I wouldn’t be able to tell you which one it is."

Hurricane Jose may be headed toward New England.

Worst-case scenario: another round of large scale power outages, this time along the Atlantic seaboard.

Florida’s best defense against natural disasters is nature

The key to fighting hurricanes? Just act natural.

Don't buy Apple's new iPhone. Fix your old one.

The longer you can make your iPhone last, the better. Watch our video for DIY repair tips and more.

Don't buy Apple's new iPhone. Fix your old one.

The longer you can make your iPhone last, the better.

After Harvey and Irma, people of color face displacement

Discriminatory policies make it harder to recover.

Hurricane Irma wiped out half of Florida’s citrus crop.

The hurricane took out an estimated 50 percent of the season’s citrus crop statewide.

Hookworms are back! Is America great again or what?

Recent study discovers a hookworm outbreak in rural Alabama.

In Irma’s wake, Florida deals with a long-predicted apoocalypse.

More than 28 million gallons of sewage -- and counting -- have spilled out across the state.

Veggies and grains are becoming more like junk food, thanks to rising CO2.

We're packing more sugars into the foods we thought were healthiest, just by burning fossil fuels.

Harvey and Irma take a huge bite out of the U.S. economy.

The combined effect of the two hurricanes will leave an economic toll greater than Hurricane Katrina.

Of course we should discuss climate change in the wake of Harvey and Irma

Two Grist writers discuss how much of the destruction from two recent hurricanes we can pin on global warming.

Irma dredges up snakes, alligators, and, of course, the 'Florida Man.'

As a reporter summed up: “You have people out here, you know, um … doing stuff.”

Want to help hurricane victims? Donate to abortion funds.

Hurricanes hit states that already have terrible abortion access. Here's what you can do.