Environmentalist activists and wealthy donors have been quietly meeting behind the scenes to further the narrative that ExxonMobil “is a corrupt institution” as part of a massive campaign to “delegitimize” the oil giant, according to leaked documents.
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California Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer went after a Catholic priest in a Wednesday hearing for supposedly questioning the pope’s statements on the dangers of man-made global warming.
The man in charge of air quality for one of America’s largest agriculture-producing regions told Congress even if it eliminated all businesses, farms, cars and trucks, the San Joaquin Valley would not come close to complying with new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations.
Author and pro-energy advocate Alex Epstein shocked attendees of a congressional hearing when he told a Democratic senator to “apologize” to fossil fuel companies he's vilified and tried to silence, or he should simply “resign.”
Environmental activists met behind closed doors in January to coordinate on how best to get government prosecutors to go after ExxonMobil for allegedly misleading the public about global warming, according to documents obtained by The Wall Street Journal.
Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good had some news to share about the fate of America’s coal-fired power plants -- and it’s not good news.
Former U.S. Army Gen. Robert Scales took on claims by the Obama administration that global warming is America’s biggest national security threat and that rising temperatures will cause more violent conflict to break out around the world.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is dismayed at congressional opposition to regulations aimed at fighting global warming, though he’s glad President Barack Obama has decided to ignore Congress.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders recently told supporters in New York he would impose a nationwide ban on hydraulic fracturing -- a ban that would effectively wipe out the $120 billion in savings Americans saw at the pumps last year.
Treasury Dept. Sitting On Investigation Into Solar Energy Fraud That’s ‘Two-And-A-Half Times Solyndra’
The Treasury Department has been looking into potential fraud by solar panel companies that got taxpayer funding for more than three years, but has yet to release any findings in their probe and, now, Republican lawmakers want answers.
Rhode Island Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse praised a recently published op-ed arguing global warming skeptics should be “punished” by the federal government.
Government data released more than five months after President Barack Obama said importing more Canadian oil would “not serve the national interests of the United States" shows that America got more oil from Canada in 2015 than ever before.
Talk about government efficiency. The National Weather Service (NWS) has finally announced it will no longer be sending out weather reports using all capital letters -- a feat that’s only taken the bureaucracy 20 years to complete.
A federal judge recently ruled in favor of environmental activists suing the government for not doing enough to fight global warming. The judge denied motions to dismiss claims by activists that global warming violated their constitutional rights.
A libertarian think tank was served with a subpoena by U.S. Virgin Islands prosecutors as part of a racketeering probe not long after Democratic attorneys general promised to investigate groups with ties to the oil industry for allegedly misleading the public on global warming.
The attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands has subpoenaed a libertarian think tank after pledging to investigate ExxonMobil for allegedly misleading the public about global warming.
Republicans lawmakers are looking to put a huge damper on Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy’s plans for 2016's Earth Day by issuing a subpoena for her to appear at a field hearing in Arizona to answer for the agency-caused mine blowout.
One of America’s largest power grid operators has not done enough to protect its electricity transmission infrastructure from physical attacks, according to a federal audit.
John Kerry may be responsible for emitting more carbon dioxide emissions than any other Secretary of State in U.S. history.
Senators from both sides of the aisle are trying to get an amendment into a bill reauthorizing the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that would extend $1.4 billion in expiring green energy subsidies that weren’t included in last year’s budget deal.