SETH BORENSTEIN

AP FACT CHECK: Trump, Dems fudge science on climate, storms

WASHINGTON (AP) — Science took a beating in the political arena as President Donald Trump sowed confusion about Hurricane Dorian's path and Democratic presidential candidates rang false alarms about the air we breathe and a looming point of no return on the climate.

Sep. 9, 2019 12:47 AM EDT
AP FACT CHECK: Trump and Democrats mangle science

WASHINGTON (AP) — Science took a beating in the political arena this past week as President Donald Trump sowed confusion about Hurricane Dorian's path and Democratic presidential candidates rang false alarms about the air we breathe.

Sep. 7, 2019 5:00 PM EDT
Trump win raises questions about US pledge in climate deal

MARRAKECH, Morocco (AP) — The election of a U.S. president who has called global warming a "hoax" alarmed environmentalists and climate scientists and raised questions Wednesday about whether America, once again, would pull out of an international climate deal.

Nov. 9, 2016 12:15 PM EST
Risk experts: Candidates not focusing on biggest threats

WASHINGTON (AP) — It's a scary world out there, risk experts agree, but they say Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton often focus on the wrong dangers — fixing on hazards that are unlikely, or unlikely to cause massive pain.

Nov. 2, 2016 1:50 PM EDT
WHY IT MATTERS: Climate Change

WASHINGTON (AP) — THE ISSUE : It's as if Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump live on two entirely different Earths: one warming, one not.

Oct. 22, 2016 2:25 AM EDT
WHY IT MATTERS: Climate Change

WASHINGTON (AP) — WASHINGTON (AP) — THE ISSUE: It's as if Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump live on two entirely different Earths: one warming, one not.

Aug. 29, 2016 2:30 PM EDT
Everyone lies, but politicians do it more often

WASHINGTON (AP) — This is the season of lies.We watch with fascination as candidates for the world's most powerful job trade falsehoods and allegations of dishonesty.

Apr. 18, 2016 4:11 AM EDT
AP FACT CHECK: Ted Cruz misstates science of climate change

NORTH CONWAY, New Hampshire (AP) — Answering a question this week about climate change during a campaign stop, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz was worlds apart from the scientific consensus that sees a world that is warming because of human activity.

Jan. 21, 2016 7:57 AM EST