Energy & Environment
Lawmakers stripped new limits on gasoline use from a climate bill.
Natural Resources Committee approves a bill that would block waterways protections.
Federal contractors say they are being unfairly targeted with executive orders.
The court denied requests to stop the rules from being implemented until litigation is complete.
The American Petroleum Institute launched an buy on Wednesday.
The House Science Committee held its first hearing on the matter on Wednesday.
Installations in the U.S. passed 20 gigawatts of capacity in the second quarter of this year, the...
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.
The action is a significant step toward passing the legislation.
Major business groups are in the midst of a coordinated, multimillion-dollar effort.
Biden will speak at a solar power conference and at the U.S.-China Climate Leaders Summit.
A coalition of petroleum refiners released surveys Wednesday to warn Sens. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) and...
Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) is accusing Gina McCarthy of perjuring herself before Congress.
Nearly three-quarters of voters back the contentious regulations.
Federal nuclear energy regulators have decided to end a study they had started to determine the...
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.