Energy & Environment
A coalition of conservative states is again suing to stop President Obama’s carbon dioxide rule for...
Despite a stay from the court on the Clean Power Plan, the EPA encourages states to comply.
The settlement would end numerous lawsuits against the carmaker.
The Fish and Wildlife Service is coming under scrutiny.
Briefs may not be submitted until after Obama is out of office.
Gina McCarthy testified before the House Science Committee on Wednesday.
Obama signed into law Wednesday a sweeping overhaul of the country’s chemical safety standards.
The store will spend $2 million to reduce emissions from refrigeration equipment.
The agency sought to keep a former EPA official under Bush from being an expert witness.
The bill would increase the requirements for companies to show they can pay for cleanups.
A group representing domestic catfish producers is working to halt a congressional resolution.
The payments to Laurence Tribe were revealed in court filings.
Officials say the old rule allowed companies to pay low fees for using federal land.
The Sierra Club and its allies were fighting projects in Texas and Louisiana.
Rick Snyder is "disassociating" himself from the lawsuit of Michigan's attorney general.
The court's ruling was a major blow to Obama's green agenda.
Freeman joins a bipartisan group of lawmakers backing the Shark Fin Trade Elimination Act.
The PIPES Act has new mandates for PHMSA.
A federal judge said the administration does not have the authority to regulate fracking.
Activists are pressuring the EPA to restrict "toxic pesticides."
The administration believes the incentive program is permissible under the stay.
He is accusing the official of withholding documents from a House investigation.
The Chamber's board of directors is out of step with its lobbying positions, the Democrats say.
The decision is a major victory for the Obama administration and environmentalists.