Energy & Environment
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.
A federal court of appeals issued an order blocking Gina McCarthy's deposition.
Pope Francis warned of the crisis during a visit to Kenya.
"We didn’t want to do environmental damage," Michael Morell says.
Industries are vying to influence the renewable fuel standard ahead of a Nov. 30 deadline.
Attorneys general in Texas and West Virginia are suing to block Obama's climate regs.
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 challengs 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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France has barred from entering the country nearly 1,000 people who were deemed to pose security...
The move comes less than a year after first approving the use of Enlist Duo.
Eight months so far this year have set their highest-ever temperatures.
Gas prices are 73 cents cheaper on average than at this time last year.
The new rules limiting ozone levels face a legal challenge from a coal company.
Obama said the conference would show the "world stands as one."