Environmental Protection Agency
The Office of the Inspector General began the audit on Tuesday.
A Chamber of Commerce official said the government has been "imposing its will."
Three million gallons of toxic sludge spilled into the Animas River watershed last year.
A coalition is warning regulators against moving too quickly on methane leak rules.
Plan will decimate what's left of Mountaineer State's coal industry
The states, led by West Virginia, oppose new EPA methane rules released in May.
Airplanes are the largest source of emissions not currently regulated by the EPA.
Tesoro and Par Hawaii will upgrade facilities to settle pollution charges against them.
Coffee causing cancer the latest hysteria being floated by science
Carbon capture technology could save the day for coal operators
Federal agencies will help Puerto Rico spray for mosquitoes.
EPA should continue to lead efforts at West Lake Landfill
The EPA has previously attempted to ban asbestos.
"The EPA made several serious mistakes," said New Mexico's two senators.
The EPA's science board Thursday criticized a landmark agency study into fracking.
A federal disaster declaration for Flint ends on Aug. 14.
As crisis is erupting in Puerto Rico's solid waste landfills, but the EPA remains silent.
Party platform calls for replacing oil and gas with renewable energy by 2050.
Reaching a deal is one of EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy’s major outstanding goals before January.
North Dakota has experienced a natural gas boom and is now suing over methane standards.
The new rules update 20-year-old standards.
The groups are suing for new sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides standards.
Rep. Bill Johnson said of EPA rules: "I think honestly it’s un-American."
Despite a stay from the court on the Clean Power Plan, the EPA encourages states to comply.