Environmental Protection Agency
Environmentalists want states to comply by using renewable energy sources and increasing efficiency.
The House Oversight Committee calls the EPA's rulemaking process "deeply flawed."
"These situations should generate a greater sense of urgency," the inspector general says.
A federal judge says the agency is not properly taking job losses into account.
House Republicans immediately slammed the Department of Justice decision.
McConnell said that he’ll make his anti-regulatory agenda clear to the next president.
Ten judges appeared skeptical of both sides as they considered the EPA's Clean Power Plan.
The federal Civil Rights Commission says the EPA fails to protect minorities from pollution.
Jim Inhofe says the Obama administration is enforcing the regulation despite a court hold.
An evaluation found that the pesticide glyphosate is probably not carcinogenic to humans.
OPINION | Some think that the EPA’s foot-dragging is politically motivated.
The EPA has not properly analyzed the effects of its ethanol mandate, a report found.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) set out a five-year plan Thursday to guide how it will...
The EPA is outlining its plans to overhaul its regulation on lead contamination in drinking water.
The White House has started its formal regulatory review.
A coalition of conservative states and energy companies are fighting the rule in court.
Thirteen former officials are coming out against Donald Trump.
The EPA is settling water pollution claims with a coal company.
Myron Ebell has often referred to warnings about global warming as climate "alarmism."
The addition tips the scales further toward Democratic appointees for the case.
The EPA is updating its regulation for accounting for “exceptional” events that increase ozone...
A pair of environmental groups is moving to dismiss their lawsuit against the Environmental...
An upstate town is facing a drinking water contamination crisis.
The company was accused of selling devices meant to cheat emissions regulations.