Energy & Environment
Global carbon emission reduction strategies could fall short of a major climate change benchmark,...
Delays in the Obama administration setting ethanol and biodiesel blending mandates have resulted in...
The heyday of Russian gas in Europe may be coming to an end.
A House Republican wants to cut 13 programs at the Environmental Protection Agency.
A campaign is encouraging institutions to divest in fossil fuels.
It marked the House's second 2016 appropriations bill.
The Park Service has a $2.5 million "co-branding" campaign with beer giant Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Obama said the measure would save money for consumers and businesses.
One hundred wind projects with a capacity of 13,600 megawatts are under construction, says the...
Members want to know why certain EPA workers were not fired faster.
The state is the latest to consider raising its own taxes as federal road funding dries up.
The bill blocks the feds from making the greater sage grouse an endangered species.
The Supreme Court announced Monday that it will consider an Obama administration appeal to a lower...
The executives are traveling in anticipation of sanctions on Iran being lifted.
New government research is sparking calls for stronger regulations.
Congressional Democrats are criticizing the Obama administration’s new safety rules for oil trains...
New regulations come in the wake of wrecks involving crude shipments.
The amendment was adopted 232-189.
Gov. Mary Fallin said this week her state will not comply with the EPA rule.
Drivers say they are likely to take more long road trips this year.
A bill would force the EPA to rewrite their "Waters of the U.S. Rule."
Federal officials published a new regulation Thursday aimed at overhauling the way private...
The Senate leader argues multi-state agreements need congressional consent.
Republicans are looking to block the EPA's Waters of the U.S. rule.