Overnight Energy & Environment
As snow slammed the capital, one panel discussed an apt topic: the Arctic.
The White House opposes two bills on the EPA's use of scientific research.
A senator walks onto the Senate floor with a snowball. No joke.
Legislation to approve Keystone XL had a short stay at the White House Tuesday.
GOP leaders will hold a signing ceremony on Friday.
Obama said climate change directly impacts more Americans than terrorism does.
The long review may finally be ending, but to be safe: don't hold your breath.
If you thought you were done with Keystone, think again.
Nine Democrats joined Republicans in voting to approve the project.
Obama moved to open up Atlantic coastal waters as he placed new protections in Alaska.
The billionaire climate activist isn't ruling out a bid for public office entirely.
Coming soon to a Senate floor near you: Votes on whether climate change is real.
Keystone supporters fell five votes short of the two-thirds needed.
Keystone proponents are short of the 67 votes needed to override Obama's veto.
The GOP is mobilizing to try and override the veto.
The White House said not to expect "a lot of drama or fanfare" around the veto.
The House is sending the Keystone bill to a certain veto.
House Republicans unveiled a four-part framework to guide legislation.
Democrats accused Republicans of telling falsehoods about the EPA rule.
"We are prepared to defend this budget," said Energy Secretary Moniz.
Senators are aiming for a final vote on the pipeline Thursday.
A move to end debate failed in a 53-39 vote.
Senators voted 98-1 that "climate change is real and not a hoax."
The Senate will resume debate over the Keystone bill on Tuesday.