Overnight Energy & Environment
The Senate Appropriations panel approved a $35.4B energy and water funding bill Thursday.
Senate Republicans made the case for states, not the EPA, being charged with protecting waterways.
Duke Energy Corp. pleaded guilty to nine federal criminal charges tied to a coal ash spill.
Pope Francis’ closest adviser defended a forthcoming encyclical on climate change.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) introduced 17 bills that could make it into a reform package.
Attorneys general from West Virginia and Oklahoma detailed their concerns.
Oversight lawmakers are angery over the handling of some employee misconduct cases.
A bill reforming the Toxic Substances Control Act is headed to a full Senate vote.
The administration rolled out voluntary initiatives to agriculture and forestry more green friendly.
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“You're inviting us into a morass,” said Judge Thomas Griffith.
The bill would let state governors opt out of complying with the EPA regulation.
President Obama tied climate to security on Wednesday.
The Obama administration wants to give states more input on future listings.
The Senate GOP bill will be a multi-pronged approach to fight the EPA rules.
The decision was a victory for oil and gas interests and a defeat for green groups.
Scientists called the change a "significant milestone" for the planet.
Researchers said the rule for power plants could save thousands of lives.
The Senate majority leader directly questioned EPA head Gina McCarthy at a subpanel hearing.
Moniz said he hopes Obama and the GOP Congress come to terms on a slate of issues.
Obama used his Earth Day speech to try to convince Americans the effects of climate change are here.
The Senate Energy chairwoman is moving to lift the 40-year old ban.
House Republicans say lease sales for drilling are too "restrictive."
The administration unveiled a long-awaited proposal to improve offshore containment standards.