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Obama Defends Environmental Legacy, Rips Climate Change Deniers
President Obama defended his legacy on the environment and criticized climate change denial Wednesday in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, saying "smart" environmental and economic policy aren’t mutually exclusive. “There is no contradiction between being smart on the environment and having a strong economy, and
Senate's Odd Couple Forge Unlikely Alliance on Environment
They're the oddest of Senate odd couples, yet Democrat Boxer and Republican Inhofe have achieved accord on environmental bill
Senate's Odd Couple: Boxer, Inhofe Forge Unlikely Alliance
They're the oddest of Senate odd couples, yet California Democrat Barbara Boxer and Oklahoma Republican Jim Inhofe have accomplished something unusual in a bitter election year: significant, bipartisan legislation on the environment that's become law.
Sen . Barbara Boxer Talks Tough Women and the Real Hillary Clinton
Sen. Boxer joins ABC News' Amna Nawaz and Mary Bruce for a conversation at the DNC.
Barbara Boxer Urges DNC to Stand Together
Senator Boxer speaks about equal pay and women's rights at the Democratic National Convention.
In the Senate, a Friendly Bet on the NBA Finals
ABC News' Ali Weinberg speaks with friends and colleagues Sherrod Brown and Barbara Boxer, who made a wager on their home teams winning the NBA Finals.
Group Says There’s Interest in Third-Party Run From Governors, Senators
A third party presidential campaign effort that has been working for months to try and recruit an alternative to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton says over a dozen possible candidates have been in contact just this week about a possible run. "Better for America” launched this week with the goal of
Years After Tragedy, Mother Claims Victory in New Rental Car Protections
As of today, for the first time, federal law prevents rental car companies from renting out vehicles that are subject to safety recall until they have been fixed – the result of a years-long campaign by the mother of two young women killed in a rental car that she says never should have been on the
Calls Continue for Debbie Wasserman-Schultz to Leave Post as DNC Head
Speculation reached a tipping point today over whether or not Debbie Wasserman-Schultz should step down from her post as the head of the Democratic party. The Bernie Sanders campaign has been warring with Wasserman-Schultz, the Democratic National Committee chair. Sanders campaign manager Jeff