Environmental Protection Agency
Those with a financial stake in protecting retrograde policies are grasping at straws.
Congressional challenges to the power plant regulations will be filed on Monday.
Congress can try the Congressional Review Act, but time is running out.
Agencies have been producing far more law than Congress itself.
Politics is a dirty word when making decisions on complex policy issues, but it shouldn't be.
The long-awaited rule came out Thursday.
The EPA will tighten the standard to 70 parts per billion.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers wrote letters to VW and EPA officials.
EPA officials said they expect their methane plan will cut down on emissions.
The proposed redesign focuses on the amount of information it conveys rather than usefulness.
Administrator Gina McCarthy testified to Congress for the first time since the spill.
Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) is accusing Gina McCarthy of perjuring herself before Congress.
Murray Energy Corp. called the rule "exorbitantly expensive, illegal and job-killing."
Federal experts concluded the EPA could have prevented an August mine waste spill.
The House Science Committee will hold a hearing on the Pebble Mine in November.
The science behind the EPA's current crusade is a statistical house of cards.
The EPA's inability to consider costs may be leading to inappropriately weak standards.
GOP lawmakers promised a legislative response to the new ozone standards.
The EPA announced new rules for refinery pollution on Tuesday.
Federal regulators announced new oil refinery regulations on Tuesday.
The manufacturer could be required to recall up to 482,000 vehicles.
Republicans and the Navajo Nation say the EPA acted too slowly.
Rep. Paul Gosar alleges the EPA administrator committed perjury before Congress.
The House Science Committee held its first hearing on the matter on Wednesday.