Energy & Environment
The Obama administration prefers the Senate’s chemical safety reform bill.
Roberts's action is a big victory for the Obama administration.
Drilling and mining rules were on the agenda during a Wednesday hearing.
The pension fund for coal industry employees is approaching insolvency.
The move is a victory for the EPA.
Lawmakers repeatedly pressed the pipeline safety agency to crack down on the potential for leaks at...
They call the EPA’s actions "an unmistakable example of agency overreach."
A Cincinnati-based federal appeals court ruled Monday that it has the jurisdiction to hear numerous...
The Energy Department proposed Friday a new round of energy efficiency standards for light bulbs.
Gas pipeline operators should take precautions to prevent damage caused by the cold weather.
The Supreme Court stayed the Clean Power Plan on Tuesday night.
A key regulation meant to improve offshore oil and natural gas drilling is in its last phase before...
An outside group wants Congress to push for updated rules for transporting flammable liquids.
Twenty states have asked the Supreme Court stay the rule.
The energy secretary says it would be difficult for a GOP president to reverse course.
The agency is working to ban a common pesticide that it says harms aquatic animals and environments.
The feds are finalizing a rule to prevent disasters like the Deepwater Horizon blowout.
Nevada's attorney general said the regulation is manageable but still likely to harm the state.
Lawmakers opposed to the climate rule filed a legal brief against it Tuesday.
The litigants have lobbed their opening volley in federal court.
Gina McCarthy says it's in states' best interest to move forward.
The Clean Power Plan was at the heart of the U.S. commitments in Paris.
The United Nations took a big step toward the first international carbon dioxide emissions rules...
Twenty-six states are challenging the landmark rule.