Obama said the controversial project wouldn't lower U.S. gas prices.
EPA will focus its efforts in the coming weeks on dollars and cents of emissions regulations.
A new bill would provide emergency funding to help mount a rapid response to outbreaks.
Critics say USDA is "flushing taxpayer money down the toilet" with the loan.
The report urges greater transparency of cost-benefit studies for environmental regs.
Green groups say Toledo highlights problems with agricultural chemicals.
Animal rights activists say a GOP bill would encourage elephant poaching.
On Tuesday, leading industry groups laid out their grievances in a united front.
Obama is playing defense against climate change with a number of new initiatives.
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Administration defends plans for top officials to meet with the billionaire environmentalist.
So who really won in today's Supreme Court emissions ruling?
Industry says DOT timeline is unrealistic.
A safety board says facilities are not ready to handle earthquakes or wildfires.
Air conditioning and heating units in hotels could face new efficiency rules.
People's lives are tied to the health of species and ecosystems.
The United States is the second largest market for ivory, behind China.
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Transportation Secretary Foxx sees a “new world order” for energy transportation.
Bob Perciasepe, EPA's deputy administrator, announced Thursday he’s leaving in August.
Obama on Wednesday is unveiling new tools for state, local and tribal leaders.
The head of the IEA challenged traditional notions of energy security Monday.
The League of Conservation Voters, Sierra Club and others are hitting Republican Joni Ernst.
EPA gets the OK, well mostly.