Energy & Environment
Obama celebrated the imminent implementation of the Paris climate agreement.
Don Blankenship was sentenced to a year in prison for his role in a mining disaster.
An appeals court questioned if tribes had been given input into the government's review.
OPINION | Americans recognize a global mess needs a global fix.
International governments effectively prevented Trump from “canceling” climate deal.
Clinton is coming under increasing pressure to oppose the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Matthew is forecast to move up along the East Coast this weekend.
Maria Korsnick, a veteran of the industry, will lead The Nuclear Energy Institute.
The European Union’s Parliament ratified the Paris climate agreement Tuesday.
If the provinces don't adopt their own system, federal officials will step in with their own plan.
The country accounts for 4.1 percent of global emissions.
Utah is considering suing the federal government to obtain federal land in the state.
The Paris agreement is set to take effect on Nov. 4.
Wine enthusiasts could save hundreds of dollars as a result of new federal regulations.
"If there is an evacuation order in your local community, you need to take it seriously."
Caelus Energy said its oil reserve could be one of the largest in Alaska's history.
The race to lead one of Congress’s most influential committees is heating up.
Trump told the executives some regulations on fracking are "totally unnecessary."
PHMSA's new rule comes from a pipeline safety law approved this year.
OPNION | Agencies try to fool the public into thinking their efforts are a decisive solution.
“That bill is making its way through,” Ryan said in Michigan on Monday.
The unions said the holdup raises questions about the future of infrastructure development.
Hurricane Matthew is on track to hit Jamaica and possibly Florida.
The EPA is settling water pollution claims with a coal company.