Energy & Environment
“Stopping the Party of Trump is our No. 1 priority this year,” Tom Steyer said.
Federal regulators are proposing new rules aimed at mitigating the effects of derailments, spills...
Senate Democrats and Republicans have committed to reaching a bipartisan agreement.
Republicans want to roll back EPA regulations on spraying pesticides.
The measure passed over protests from many Democrats.
The rules are intended to strengthen offshore oil and natural gas safety in the unforgiving Arctic...
The money would come from existing revenues from drilling and mining on federal lands.
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.
The department needs to do more to crack down on whistleblower retaliation, a report concludes.
Pressure is mounting on the Obama administration to protect endangered red wolves.
The bill contains measures blocking rules on water, power plant emissions and coal mining.
The administration is fighting back against an effort to disrupt drilling lease sales
The groups are suing for new sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides standards.
The efficiency standards would cost industry $166 million to comply, but save consumers $2.7...
An appeals court judge says non-governmental emails are still subject to FOIA.
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.