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A look at Monday's edition of the Federal Register today.
The defeat of Obama’s climate rule is a “real possibility,” says one expert.
The Center for Food Safety filed a legal petition on Tuesday.
With time running out on his presidency, President Obama muscled through his regulatory agenda in...
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals must rehear a case challenging the rules.
EPA estimates there are 450,000 abandoned and contaminated sites in the U.S.
The agency is hoping to avoid a repeat of a 3 million gallon toxic sludge spill last month.
A look at tomorrow’s Federal Register today.
A look at Monday's Federal Register today.
The "waters of the U.S." rule sparked debate at a Senate Judiciary Committee heariing.
Lamar Alexander advised John Hoeven that his amendment could blow up a crucial bill.
Republicans agreed to give states more power while EPA assesses chemicals.
The Oversight Committee chairman wants to see the water crisis first-hand.
An agency official admitted the EPA could have done more.
Critics say the agency was asleep at the wheel and let the problem grow out of control.
Opponents of Obama’s climate rule for power plants are uniting behind a legal strategy.
All shipments would have to be reported electronically to the agency.
Sen. Tom Udall's office says the bill, with 51 co-sponsors, is ready to go.
The disaster comes at a particularly sensitive time for the EPA and Obama’s environmental agenda.
The National Association of Manufacturers and Chamber of Commerce are threatening lawsuits.
The National Wildlife Federation commissioned the poll.
The senator says the agency is lobbying inappropriately for its drinking water regulation.
Lawmakers say the bill to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act is a bipartisan effort.
An EPA official said he's "concerned" about resources being tied up by industry requests.