Energy & Environment
President Obama helped open the Paris summit.
The votes come amid the climate talks in Paris.
John Kerry said Exxon could face "one of the largest class-action lawsuits in history."
The GOP candidate opposes the Renewable Fuel Standard, which is popular in the corn-growing state.
President Obama is confident that the United States will meet his climate pledges.
Obama officials took issue with the energy overhaul bill, due on the House floor this week.
Regulations unveiled Monday go further than an earlier proposal but fall short of goals set in 2007.
In Paris, Obama is tackling two of the biggest challenges of his presidency.
Spokesman Josh Earnest said that won't stop Obama from moving ahead on his agenda.
The GOP is looking to undercut Obama's negotiating position in Paris.
Obama said the U.S. is committed to working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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“The federal government cannot control the weather — period,” he writes.
The groups want more carbon emission reductions from the U.S.
Both threats, Obama said, require a long, sustained effort to neutralize them.
As the Paris climate talks continue, we face another challenge: How is everyone going to eat?
The announcement is meant to show that corporate America is on the president's side.
The pope said it was a "now or never" moment to act on climate.
The government awarded researchers a grant for the game in 2013.
He says the EPA's current rules probably won't "survive much longer anyway."
The survey coincides with the start of U.N. climate talks in Paris.
Obama highlighted his work with China's President Xi Jinping on climate issues Monday.
The formal announcement will come Monday at the climate change conference in Paris.
The president is heading to Paris for global talks fraught with political obstacles.