Energy & Environment
A seemingly arcane accounting question has wide implications.
Despite what some are saying, fallout from the Supreme Court decision will likely be minimal.
Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi sued the Obama administration Monday.
The EPA just finalized one of the biggest land grabs in American history.
The bill now heads to the Senate.
The rules will apply to new 18-wheelers and intercity buses.
The actress met with more than half a dozen lawmakers, including Harry Reid.
The bill would block rules on climate change, water and other subjects.
The animals suffer from high rates of deforestation, poaching and disease.
The "waters of the U.S." rule sparked debate at a Senate Judiciary Committee heariing.
The plan would allow the administration to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from airplanes.
The agency regulating nuclear power is planning to cut employees.
The EPA regulations are among the most contentious put forth by the agency.
EPA critics see Monday's ruling as validation of their arguments.
The court said the EPA did not properly consider the costs of the regulation.
The measure would effectively delay the EPA's climate rule for power plants.
Proposed rules aim to cut emissions from heavy-duty trucks and buses by 1 billion metric tons.
The New York City event is meant to discourage ivory traffickers.
Republicans say they may try to revise the rule, announced after high-profile spills.
The bill cuts EPA funding by 9 percent — $718 million.
The White House wants to declare that greenhouse gas emissions from airplanes are harmful.
The GOP-backed measure cleared a key panel on a party-line vote.
Carbon dioxide capture is feasible for more plants than the EPA has determined it to be.
The agency's finding is a major victory for industry groups.