Overnight Energy & Environment
To veto or not to veto? That is the question.
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ISIS makes $1 million a day off its black-market oil sales, but officials expect a drop.
Alison MacFarlane, chairwoman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, will resign.
"Defense leaders must be part of this global discussion," said Hagel.
Auto mileage increased 0.5 miles per gallon last year over 2012, according to EPA.
The Supreme Court denied an industry group’s appeal of the EPA's 2008 ground-level ozone standard.
The GOP hopes to remind voters they aren't happy with Obama's climate and energy policies.
The United Nations is out with its guest list for next week's summit.
The department cleared the way for two liquified natural gas export terminals Wednesday.
The director of the UN climate team said a coming summit marked a "turning point."
Dems and Republicans held dueling press conferences on the cornerstone of Obama's climate legacy.
After Tuesday's election, Keystone backers emerged with 61 Senate votes.
The automakers face a settlement worth $350M for overstating fuel economy claims.
CREW wants communications between the EPA and oil industry.
A report says lifting the ban could "increase the size of the economy."
John Kerry warned world leaders that it might soon be too late to stop climate change.
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit against EPA over its plan to set carbon limits on new power...
The administration is holding little back when it comes to Obama's climate agenda.
The administration is eager to show other countries the U.S. leads on climate action.
A majority of senators want the comment period extended to a total of 180 days.
Republicans fear the rule would expand the EPA's authority.
The administration approved two export facilities in a 24-hour span.
The White House is firing on all cylinders when it comes to climate change.