Energy & Environment
The countries will announce a new joint energy platform this week.
The Fish and Wildlife Service is coming under scrutiny.
The committee endorsed investigations like the one into Exxon Mobil Corp.
The energy world's eyes are on the Senate, looking for movement on a reform package.
TransCanada Corp. is seeking $15 billion in damages over President Obama’s rejection of its...
A state of emergency has been declared in most counties.
He has named a national monument near New York’s Stonewall Inn.
Donald Trump Jr. defended regulations on oil and natural gas drilling on federal land.
An pipeline in southern California spilled up to 29,400 gallons of oil Thursday just a short...
Flint's filtered tap water is safe for anyone to drink, the EPA declared Thursday.
Government support for the energy industry forces consumers to pay for energy twice.
The defense of Arctic drilling comes despite fierce political opposition.
Rick Snyder is "disassociating" himself from the lawsuit of Michigan's attorney general.
Obama will reportedly set a goal of getting half of U.S. electricity from clean sources.
The deal was cheered by the Obama administration.
Lawmakers and stakeholders are urging leadership to take up a bipartisan waterways bill before the...
Thirty-nine senators wrote a letter to the EPA administrator about ethanol on Friday.
The court's ruling was a major blow to Obama's green agenda.
Briefs may not be submitted until after Obama is out of office.
The company is accused of dumping waste into a municipal treatment facility.
A court will announce terms of the settlement next week.
In Arizona, Phoenix, Tuscon and Yuma all came close to their all-time temperature records.
Freeman joins a bipartisan group of lawmakers backing the Shark Fin Trade Elimination Act.
The groups say the House bill “undermines the progress our nation needs."