Attorneys representing owners in lawsuits accusing Volkswagen and automakers of duping regulators believe a German auto supplier is largely responsible for the years-long fuel emission scandal.
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Environmentalists have issued hundreds more lawsuits in the United States than in any other country in the world, according to a study published Thursday.
Environmentalists burst into a Senate hearing Thursday to protest President Donald Trump's nominees to lead the agency responsible for regulating U.S. pipelines.
Several powerful law firms filed suit Thursday accusing General Motors of installing illegal software in diesel-powered vehicles in order to maneuver around regulations on fuel emissions.
An activist-led measure at Exxon Mobil’s next annual meeting addressing global warming could financially wipe out the company's largest shareholders, one long time-time Exxon shareholder told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
OPEC extended Thursday dramatic cuts in crude production over the next nine months to prevent further hemorrhaging of the world's oil prices.
Accusations that Fiat Chrysler duped regulators about fuel emission levels pales in comparison to that of the Volkswagen scandal, analysts told Reuters.
Several Republican attorneys general urged President Donald Trump Wednesday to withdraw from an Obama-era climate deal they believe could rejuvenate a war on coal.
One of Colorado's top Democratic senators believes activists jumped the shark when they tried turning opposition against the Keystone XL Pipeline into a mandate on climate change.
German officials who searched the offices of Chrysler Daimler earlier this month have been speaking to U.S. regulators about accusations the company duped clean air rules, prosecutors in Germany said Wednesday.
The Justice Department filed a complaint Tuesday against Fiat Chrysler alleging that the Italian auto company used emission-cheating software to dupe environmental regulators.
A climate scientist believes the Trump administration’s decision to lightly edit a news release about the academic’s study on global warming is a scandal that rises to the level of a federal crime.
Volkswagen's CEO has suggested that decentralizing the scandal-plagued German automaker's mostly centralized business culture is more difficult than the executive initially expected.
The former head of President Donald Trump’s energy transition team said during a private meeting last month that Scott Pruitt's political ambitions could potentially put him into conflict with the White House's energy policies.
Opponents of California’s recent gas tax say Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown’s recent comments likening them to “freeloaders” has created even more animus against the law’s supporters.
Former managers with solar panel giant Sunrun say they took part in manipulating troves of sales data before the company went public in 2015.
The New York attorney general involved in a lengthy probe against Exxon Mobil has turned his sights on the email records of the oil company's former CEO.
Fiat Chrysler will significantly modify scores of late model diesel vehicles to reach a settlement with government officials convinced that the Italian automaker is involved in a fuel emission scandal.
Two of the tribes opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline dropped their lawsuit against the multi-billion-dollar oil project.