Energy & Environment
The American Lung Association survey polled both Democrats and Republicans.
The groups warn over-fishing could deplete world of bigeye tuna.
A major fuel manufacturer is threatening to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to...
OMB approves a rule that seeks to strengthen federal standards for recycling hazardous waste.
Businesses could suddenly need permits for all manner of routine activities.
The China deal won’t mean a stricter carbon rule for power plants, says EPA chief.
The possibility of a Keystone bill reaching Obama’s desk has put green groups on edge.
Founders of Widmer Brothers Brewing is backing a key piece of President Obama’s climate legacy: his...
Last week’s elections could lead to energy legislation and toxic chemical safety reform.
Republicans are gearing up for a war against the administration’s environmental rules.
Greens don't think GOP will tack on anti-environment riders to bills.
The new standards are scheduled to take effect in less than two months.
The agency is proposing regulations for tile, toilet and sink manufacturers.
"The agency intends to take action on the 2014 standards rule in 2015."
The House passed legislation to enhance the Environmental Protection Agency's reporting...
The decision recognizes the success and future promise of voluntary conservation partnerships.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) head Gina McCarthy said she was surprised by the way that...
“We will close our reservation borders to the Keystone XL,” one official warned.
Chamber of Commerce, other groups tell the EPA to withdraw its rule on bodies of water.
D.C. joins the amicus brief in support of limiting pollution from power plants.
Incoming Senate Majority Leader McConnell has vowed to push back against Obama "war on coal."
The incoming Senate majority leader pledged to do "everything I can to try to stop them.”
The agency is allowing more time for public consideration of new emissions standards for grain...
Obama administration attorneys called a federal lawsuit “premature.”