Energy & Environment
College basketball fans risk exposing themselves to toxic chemicals, according to a study.
The Sierra Club on Monday launched a new ad campaign aimed at pressuring the Environmental...
The president's initiative in response to deadly Texas blast has been fraught with delays.
Members of the House have voted to advance two energy bills, including one that puts timelines on...
The action would cut consumer costs, while slashing emissions, according to the agency.
Republican leaders in the House next week will call up several energy bills that Majority Leader...
A recent chemical spill was a "wakeup call," according to a Sierra Club report.
A group of doctors is urging the Obama administration to push through rules that would reduce...
The DOE is revising its regulations for walk-in coolers, freezers and commercial boilers.
The agency only has peripheral authority over the controversial practice.
He's proposing to expand energy production by beating back a slate of Obama regulations.
House Republicans say one government agency is working in the shadows.
Interior is extending a comment period to give more time to industry.
Energy experts say the real problem for the U.S. isn’t a slow approval process.
The House voted 229-183 to override the proposed EPA rule.
The governor is calling on federal officials to expedite safety reforms.
The Energy Department announced new energy efficiency standards Friday for commercial refrigerators.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is threatening to sanction Pennsylvania unless it...
Business groups argue the rule is unnecessary and could take a toll on the economy.
The Obama administration is moving forward with another fuel efficiency rule that would cost...
The agency announced settlements with nearly three dozen violators.
Rep. Lamar Smith said the agency has "raised suspicion" by not being transparent.
Investigations yielded more than $5.6 billion in fiscal 2013, according to an agency report.
“We have people all over the world clamoring for this product,” Rep. Ed Whitfield told reporters.