The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will delay implementation of an Obama administration regulation power companies feared could force more coal-fired power plants to shut down.
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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton blamed the Obama administration's failure to squash the "war on coal" narrative as at least one reason she did so poorly in coal country in the 2016 election.
The White House To Push ‘More Efficient And Cleaner Fossil Fuels’ At Meeting With Foreign Climate Ministers
The White House will use an informal meeting ahead of a United Nations summit to push President Donald Trump's goals of making fossil fuels "more efficient and cleaner," according to an official.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hid the results of experimental data that contradicted the Obama administration's regulatory agenda, according to the publisher of an anti-junk science blog.
A video put together claiming "extreme weather events" have quadrupled since 1970 is making its way around the internet again in the wake of two hurricanes and massive wildfires.
Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's new book mentions her running mate, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, only a fraction of the amount of times that it mentions Russian President Vladimir Putin.
EXCLUSIVE: Lawmaker Investigates Gov’t Employees Using Taxpayer Dollars To Get College Degrees Unrelated To Their Jobs
GOP Texas Rep. Lamar Smith is demanding the Energy Department (DOE) turn over documents related to the agency paying for a government engineer's law degree that was completely unrelated to his job.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's new book claims her presidential campaign never proposed a tax on carbon dioxide emissions because they "couldn't make the math work" to keep costs down.
Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida on Sunday morning after making its way across the Atlantic as one of the most powerful storms on record.
Hurricane Jose has strengthened into a Category 3 storm, meaning that there are now two major hurricanes crossing the Atlantic for the first time since 2010.
Hurricane Harvey broke nearly every rainfall record for U.S. multi-day storms, according to data from the state's climatologist.
A cluster of eastern Caribbean islands are at risk of being hit by a second major hurricane in the next two or three days, according to forecasts.
Hurricane Irma has maintained 185-mile-per-hour winds for more than 42 hours, making it the longest-lasting storm of this magnitude in the satellite era, which began in 1966.
The Atlantic basin has three active hurricanes for the first time in seven years.
Hurricane Irma is moving towards Puerto Rico, and the storm's outer reaches have completely blocked the small U.S. island territory from satellite view.
As government officials prepare for Hurricane Irma, forecasters are relying on weather models to figure out exactly which paths the storm will take once it's off Florida's coast.
Not only is Hurricane Irma the strongest storm to form in the Atlantic outside the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, it's also larger than entire U.S. states.
Floridians are rushing to grocery stores and gas stations to get enough food and supplies to wait out Hurricane Irma, which could take out power and drinking water for days, if not weeks.
Hurricane Irma's eye passed over several Caribbean islands early Wednesday as the record-breaking storm makes its way towards Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
President Donald Trump has issued emergency declarations for Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands as Hurricane Irma makes its way towards across the South Atlantic.