Energy & Environment
The measure passed over protests from many Democrats.
The rules are intended to strengthen offshore oil and natural gas safety in the unforgiving Arctic...
Last month broke the previous record set in 1933 by 0.2 degrees Fahrenheit.
Federal agencies will help Puerto Rico spray for mosquitoes.
Rep. Lamar Smith wants information on the investigations into Exxon's climate research.
Supporters have hailed the legislation, which advanced 65-32, as a bipartisan compromise.
Former Rep. Ben Quayle's two newest clients are a coal company and Atieva.
Officials announced finding high lead levels in Cannon water last week.
The bill instructs the National Laboratories to explore replacing critical computer-connected...
"To me, there's more likely to be continuity no matter who's in office," Jonathan Pershing said.
Several states are slashing budgets to keep up with declining oil revenue.
Environmentalists want him to slam the door on drilling before leaving office.
The groups are suing for new sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides standards.
The efficiency standards would cost industry $166 million to comply, but save consumers $2.7...
Republicans want to know why officials didn't act sooner over drinking water pollution.
The money would come from existing revenues from drilling and mining on federal lands.
Senators are scrambling to figure out how to get to a conference committee on an energy reform bill.
The money was to show how agribusinesses have lobbied senators to block state laws.
Rep. Bill Johnson said of EPA rules: "I think honestly it’s un-American."
NextGen Climate has voter outreach teams on 100 college campuses as of Tuesday.
Calls to eliminate a deduction for oil and gas companies are purely political.
An appeals court judge says non-governmental emails are still subject to FOIA.
Exxon Mobil Corp. is finally picking up wins in the fight over its history with climate change.
Miners with the United Mine Workers of America recently rejected a proposed contract with the...