EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy announced she’ll be traveling to Japan later this month to talk about global warming just as Congress is demanding she testify about the agency-caused toxic waste spill in Colorado that happened earlier this month.
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In the wake of the Gold King Mine spill, EPA officials have been supplying Navajo Nation farmers and livestock herders with water so they don’t have to use river water, which could contain toxic mine waste.
A top Senate Republican is worried the EPA’s new Clean Water Rule gives the agency the power to regulate sewers and stormwater systems -- giving EPA a much more expansive reach than the agency had previously claimed.
A group of influential Muslims is calling on others of their faith to wage a jihad on global warming, and is calling on Islamic governments to reduce their use of fossil fuels ahead of the United Nations climate summit in Paris this year.
The Warren Buffett-owned utility NV Energy has a plan that could pad the pockets of Berkshire Hathaway shareholders at the expense of Nevada residents by gaming the regulatory system meant to keep utilities in check, according to critics of the plan.
Environmentalists and a former NASA climate scientist are using 21 children to sue the federal government for allowing the burning of fossil fuels and “knowingly” harming future generations by causing global warming.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson arrived in Colorado Tuesday to visit residents who had been affected by the massive EPA-caused toxic mine spill that unleashed lead, arsenic and other metals into nearby rivers.
The real winner of President Barack Obama's so-called "war on coal" isn't the EPA, nor is it the natural gas industry. It's liberal billionaire George Soros.
Hillary Clinton has come out against Arctic drilling in an attempt to placate the environmentalist wing of the Democratic Party, moving to the left of President Barack Obama’s own policy on drilling in the North Pole.
The Obama administration has released new regulations on methane emissions from oil and gas drilling as part of the president’s effort to show the U.S. is serious about tackling global warming ahead of the United Nations climate summit this year.
Not only will the EPA wastewater spill in Colorado cause environmental damages for decades to come, but it could also end up costing taxpayers tens of billions of dollars, according to a new report.
The EPA inspector general’s office has announced it will investigate the agency-caused mine spill in Colorado earlier this month. The spill resulted in millions of gallons of toxic waste reaching rivers in Colorado and New Mexico.
The EPA claims its Clean Power Plan will end up saving lives from reducing air pollution, but a new report by a free market energy group warns the agency’s global warming rule will end up killing more than it saves.
The EPA has decided it wants landfills to reduce reduce pollutants and methane, then install gas wells to capture and reuse energy. Sounds like a great plan, until you see the price tag.
President Barack Obama has announced he will be traveling to Alaska at the end of the month to visit the Arctic and other parts of the state which he claims is being ravaged by global warming.
New York’s ban on hydraulic fracturing is great news for environmentalists, but horrible news for those living upstate who are seeing their economic opportunities fade as the state government closes the door on drilling.
Republicans on the House science committee are accusing EPA Chief Administrator Gina McCarthy of lying while testifying before Congress last month, not so subtly reminding her that lying before lawmakers is a criminal offense.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is confident it’s safe to drink water from the Animas River, which was recently filled with 3 million gallons of mine waste from an EPA spill last week. Hickenlooper’s so confident the water is safe, he drank it!
The EPA may have been trying to hide the identity of the contracting company responsible for causing a major wastewater spill in southern Colorado, but the Wall Street Journal has revealed the company’s identity.