Energy & Environment
A group of restaurants owners on Tuesday urged the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce the...
Federal railroad inspectors identified problems, including overloading, mislabeling of highly...
The rule is designed to transition the country away from an antiquated paper-based system.
Negotiators are close to wrapping up talks in support of the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership.
A ban on tap water was lifted Monday after a chemical spill in West Virginia.
The House passed legislation Thursday aimed at easing Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rules...
The White House opposes the package of legislation slated for a Thursday vote in the House.
The push for stronger regs follows last April's deadly fertilizer plant explosion in Texas.
The regulations are meant to ease the implementation of technology needed to bring new coal plants...
The wind industry is rushing to make sure new projects have begun by the end of the year in order...
EPA said the rules will help coal plants adapt to the looming climate change regulations.
Federal and state regulations are pushing traditional lead bullets out of circulation.
John Beale told House investigators his elaborate plot was motivated by greed.
The Arizona Republican will be named chairman of a subcommittee on Environment.
Sen. Hoeven says agencies need to dedicate resources necessary to get regs done.
Boehner said there are "ample regulations already on the books" to protect people.
Green groups say recent accidents are making the case for tougher safeguards.
But mismanagement of the process cost taxpayers $3.7 million, the investigation found.
Tom Donohue said regulations and delays are tempering the domestic energy boom.
The regulations reflect the first new limits on residential woodstoves, heaters in 25 years.
House Republicans will take up legislation next week to scale back environmental regulations.
The voluntary standards will save about $1 billion in energy costs, the administration said.
House Republicans are accusing the EPA of ignoring science to advance climate regulations.
Republicans want to know what the agency spent on a failed effort to issue smog standards.