Energy & Environment
“This is a crystal clear violation of the constitutional separation of powers,” one critic said.
Congressional challenges to the power plant regulations will be filed on Monday.
A recent decision by Interior reflects the value of delaying offshore drilling.
The wood was illegally harvested from the world's last wild Siberian tiger habitat.
The oil industry tries to defeat regs by questioning science, says Eddie Bernice Johnson.
A key ingredient in beer will be used to protect honeybees from extinction.
President Obama is taking executive action to crack down on emissions from air conditioners and...
Popcorn manufacturers are coming under fire for using bee-killing pesticides in their products.
The coalition is made up of climate-focused parent and family groups.
The Interior Department should have created an honest and forthright conservation strategy.
Sens. Burr and Ayotte are holding up a long-sought chemical reform bill.
The EPA's inability to consider costs may be leading to inappropriately weak standards.
Sixteen Democratic attorneys general will file motions to support the climate rule next week.
The lawsuits challenge the most significant piece of President Obama’s environmental agenda.
Pop Weaver will reduce its use of neonicotinoid insecticides, which are harmful to bees.
The Environmental Protection Agency is confident its power plant rule can withstand lawsuits.
Obama's power plant regulation will be published on Friday, opening the door to challenges.
Plastic microbeads are typically founds in bath products like shower gels and soaps.
The Obama administration announced plans Thursday to spend $30 million to protect, restore and...
The justices appeared to side with industry groups in a case alleging federal overreach.
The ruling is a stinging defeat in the effort to keep streams and wetlands clean.
The science behind the EPA's current crusade is a statistical house of cards.
Politics is a dirty word when making decisions on complex policy issues, but it shouldn't be.
The EPA will tighten the standard to 70 parts per billion.