Energy & Environment
The fish was described by Grylls as a "bloody carcass of half-eaten salmon.”
Rep. Bill Foster (D-Ill.) said his support was informed "not just by trust but by science."
François Hollande is concerned about financing for developing countries.
Four committees have planned hearings on the Aug. 5 spill of heavy metal sludge.
An injunction stopping the EPA rule has already been granted to 13 states.
Gas prices were $2.51 on Monday, according to federal data.
The industry-funded study shows Harvard losing $108 million if it divests.
Mathy Stanislaus is among those called on to testify.
The estimate is the lowest level for Labor Day fuel prices since 2004.
BP is asking a federal court to force some Gulf Coast businesses to return money from a settlement.
The president visited the Kenai Fjords National Park on Tuesday.
A federal judge said the Fish and Wildlife Service should not have listed the bird.
McConnell vows to use the legislative process to block the EPA rule.
The vote puts the measure on track for House passage this fall.
A new coal industry campaign is trying to link Clinton to President Obama’s environmental policies.
"There is this broad avalanche of regulation that is out there," said one oil official.
Kerry said it will take "20, 30, 40 years" to decarbonize the economy.
The famed environmental activist is backing the Navajo Nation's battle over an EPA mining leak.
Companies are slowing down their turbines this fall in an effort to reduce the number of bats the...
The NAACP and green groups are launching an ad campaign supporting the rule.
Federal prosecutors in Pennsylvania are charging three individuals for allegedly orchestrating a $...
A federal judge ordered financial regulators Wednesday to move forward on a long-delayed rule to...
The EPA wants to selectively enforce the water rule in states that aren’t suing.
A liberal think tank is arguing that high executive salaries at fossil fuel companies are...