Energy & Environment
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.
The administration will propose cutting greenhouse gas emissions from aircraft.
The senator says the agency is lobbying inappropriately for its drinking water regulation.
The administration opposes a plan for "energy corridors" on federal lands in the east.
Several major rule releases are planned, the administration's regulatory agenda shows.
Lawmakers say the bill to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act is a bipartisan effort.
Utilities would have to generate 30 percent of their electricity from renewable energy by 2030.
Attorneys general from states challenging the regulation testified Tuesday.
Sen. Udall said he's in talks with the Senate majority leader.
Republicans agreed to give states more power while EPA assesses chemicals.
Republican Congresses have made the rule-making process increasingly complex and duplicative.
The agency regulating nuclear power is planning to cut employees.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee advanced a toxic chemical safety bill on a nearly unanimous...
Judges said the EPA has wide latitude when enforcing limits on ground-level ozone pollution.
Business interests and environmental groups are steeling for a fight over the rule.
Environmental groups have long demanded the change.
A new Republican bill aims to ease the burden of obtaining air pollution permits from the...
We need to make the most of US liquefied natural gas and crude oil.
Wildlife loses, healthy lands lose and bureaucrats declare victory.
The new FEMA policy is sparking Republican criticism.
Members want to know why certain EPA workers were not fired faster.
A companion bill has been introduced in the Senate.
Animal rights advocates warn that the whales would face grave danger.