Energy & Environment
Democrats in both chambers of Congress introduced legislation to ban from food packaging Bisephenol...
Republicans said the policy riders are necessary to stop costly, job-killing regulations.
The Interior Department spending bill would block funding for a rule to restrict imports and trade.
EPA chief Gina McCarthy said she wants to dispel common myths among farmers on the agency’s water...
Menendez, Booker told president Wednesday not to allow gas exploration off Jersey Shore.
Sometime in 2017 or 2018, we will know the fate of the regulations proposed by the EPA.
EPA officials want to convince farmers that the proposed jurisdiction rule won’t harm them.
The House Science, Space and Technology Committee voted Tuesday to advance a bill that would...
Guards who don't carry machine guns or semi-automatics can skip background checks.
The ruling will allow the EPA to focus on biggest carbon emitters, experts say.
Lawmakers are up in arms over a proposal they fear could give the EPA expansive powers.
Murray Energy called the rules “illegal, irrational, and destructive.”
The lawmakers commended EPA head Gina McCarthy on her work on new carbon rules.
Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) is trying to use a bill aimed at preserving federal lands for hunting...
Republicans are using an appropriations bill to take aim at the limits on carbon emissions.
Director of the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) Brian Salerno said many of...
The EPA is adding a day to each of its scheduled hearings after receiving “overwhelming response”...
West Virginia, Kentucky and Wyoming are among the states joining Murray Energy's lawsuit.
The action is part of President Obama's climate initiative.
An executive from the New Belgium Brewing Co. said his business depends on clean water.
EPA spokeswoman Liz Purchia said the court’s ruling “largely upheld” the agency’s approach.
Environmental and business interests both hailed the ruling as a victory.
The president has asked federal agencies to develop a plan for protecting pollinators.
A top agency official will signal wiggle room in the contentious regulation