SpaceX, a company Elon Musk built to colonize other planets, sent two prototype communications satellites into orbit Thursday, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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Energy Secretary Rick Perry said President Donald Trump's administration was "exporting freedom" by producing and exporting American liquid natural gas.
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced his department will undertake the largest funding initiative into public lands and the national park system in U.S. history Friday.
The Department of Commerce (DOC) announced Wednesday that Argentina and Indonesia have been dumping cheap biofuel into the U.S. to drive domestic sellers out of the market.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has proposed hitting the only company currently building nuclear reactors in the U.S. with a $145,000 fine.
Debate over vaccines' effectiveness and side effects has led to a measles outbreak across Europe (affecting more than 20,000 people).
California state water regulators may take temporary penalties to wasting water during droughts and make them permanent, The Mercury News reported.
Kentucky unions filed an appeal Tuesday of a district court’s decision to throw out a case against the state’s right-to-work laws, The Washington Free Beacon reported.
Denver's weather swung 72 degrees Fahrenheit in 40 hours during the 8th largest drop within two days since at least 1872, according to CBS Denver.
Scientists trying to convince New England lobstermen to invest in "ropeless fishing" to cut the risk current fishing methods pose to northern right whales, The Boston Globe reported.
A Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) supervisor used his position to award federal grants to organizations that would profit members of his family, according to an Inspector General report released Tuesday.
A Michigan utility is cutting coal-generated electricity from its energy mix by 2040 to decrease emissions over concerns about global warming, the Associated Press reports.
The Department of Energy (DOE) under the Trump administration is changing its policy focus from combatting climate change to establishing energy independence.
A cartel of oil producing countries and its temporary partners may strike a more permanent relationship at the next meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in June.
Puerto Rico is cutting back on its operating energy reserve in a move that will cut costs but risk the integrity of an already fragile and troubled grid, the Associated Press reports.
A pilot made an emergency landing after one passenger’s farting caused a fight between passengers, Metro reported.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is delaying a trip to Israel as scrutiny intensifies over first class flights he took over safety concerns, The New York Times reports.
A federal court ruled Thursday that embedding tweets in articles may qualify as copyright infringement, making offenders open to prosecution, Torrent Freak reports.
A federal judge sentenced Jason Patrick to 21 months in prison Thursday for his part in a takeover of Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in 2016, The Oregonian reports.