Energy & Environment
Separate bills to reform the nation's chemical laws have passed the House and Senate.
Critics say the agency was asleep at the wheel and let the problem grow out of control.
“I don’t believe Washington should be picking winners and losers,” Cruz said.
The filing is the latest unorthodox move by states fighting the regulation.
Green groups cheered the 6-2 ruling, which overturned a lower court's decision.
The long-shot Thursday vote continues the fight over the EPA regulation.
Taxpayers currently cover the environmental costs of coal production on federal lands.
Republicans have charged that the administration overstepped its authority.
Environmentalists say Texas is no longer living up to its responsibilities.
The Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to loosen protections for them.
The legislation comes after a high-profile spill in August at Colorado's Animas River.
API's Jack Gerard said the pipeline fell victim to ignorance.
The Rainforest Action Network is hoping to “hijack Pepsi’s halftime show.”
The rules could cost manufacturers $100 million to comply with, but save consumers even more.
Jay Timmons gave his "State of Manufacturing" address on Thursday.
A federal appeals court rejected industry challenges to the rule.
Decision means climate change rule can move forward while its opponents challenge it.
"We must protect the waters that are vital for the health of our communities," Obama wrote.
Republicans say the EPA is making a “power grab” for control of the nation's waterways.
Bill delays a rule protecting streams from mountaintop removal mining.
Critics say new rules will allow states to put heavy-polluting facilities in poor areas.
"I think we'll get through the stay soon," Gina McCarthy said.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) concluded Wednesday that applying a common pesticide to...
Retail groups are concerned about new federal waste management regulations.