Energy & Environment
Energy companies say safety precautions have improved dramatically since the Gulf spill.
Groups up and down the supply chain are wary of the push to limit greenhouse gas emissions.
The Energy Department said the new process would streamline approvals and ensure prompt action.
The Environmental Protection Agency says the business group misrepresented the agency’s economic...
The Fish and Wildlife Service decided Tuesday against designating the wolverine as a threatened...
We will all pay for this — and pay dearly.
Latino groups are mobilizing on issues other than immigration ahead of the midterms.
Industry says spending on the program is out of line with Obama's climate policies.
Obama said business leaders were focused on climate policies and not debating science.
Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-Ky.) used his Fancy Farm speech to blast Obama's EPA regulations.
The Obama administration Friday formally published proposals in the Federal Register to stiffen...
For the third time this year, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has pushed back the...
Rep. Grijalva led House Democrats in encouraging the EPA to protect workers.
The EPA is extending comment on its proposal to restrict oil refinery pollution.
Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas) is asking the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to double-check its...
The department implements a 2012 law to distribute fines from the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
The report urges greater transparency of cost-benefit studies for environmental regs.
Obama is moving toward opening the Atlantic Ocean to drilling in a major shift.
Yahoo reports Elaine Chao on board that's given $50 million to Sierra Club's "Beyond Coal."
A tribal advocacy group is targeting Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) for supporting the...
A dozen states argue that the power plant regulation violates the Clean Air Act.
New rules aimed at limiting miners’ exposure to coal dust took effect Friday.
The company also cited low prices and competition with natural gas for the downsizing at 11 mines.
Forthcoming rule could cost the economy $3.4 trillion and millions of jobs, a study finds.