Energy & Environment
Up to $400 million would go to replacing and repairing water pipes in Flint, Mich.
The state is the latest to consider a local increase as Congress resists a federal hike.
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The bill gives the EPA the power to warn about lead risks in water
But it did not threaten to veto the bill, instead saying it wants to work with lawmakers.
Sen. Orrin Hatch is trying to tie the coal fight to a bipartisan energy bill.
Groups say officials aren’t doing enough in response to the drinking water crisis.
A fertilizer plant in West, Texas exploded in 2013, killing 15.
The chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee said last month’s historic...
The Bank cut its projections, citing weak demand and growing supplies.
California officials are asking state insurers to end their investments in coal.
China and India will lead the way in the growth.
The Senate considered nuclear energy and crude oil export provisions Thursday.
Jay Timmons gave his "State of Manufacturing" address on Thursday.
Bundy and five others were arrested on Tuesday night.
"The issue is what do we do about Flint?" Sen. Harry Reid.
"Actions are not without consequences," the FBI said.
Leadership hopes to pass the bill this week.
One person was killed and six others were arrested Tuesday night.
The filing is the latest unorthodox move by states fighting the regulation.
The world is as close to destruction as it has been in the last 20 years.
The move by Canada's new government could delay some projects.
A federal appeals court rejected industry challenges to the rule.
The Democrats want Head Start for every child in Flint, Mich.