The latest news on EPA
New pick has good reputation among industry leaders who praise her willingness to listen to concerns.
Obama must answer some questions about the Lisa Jackson E-mail cover-up before the Senate moves forward Gina McCarthy's confirmation.
The president's energy and environment picks show an emphasis on climate change.
An MIT professor and an assistant EPA administrator are tapped for key energy cabinet posts.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A White House official says President Barack Obama on Monday will appoint a new energy secretary and new head of the Environmental Protection Agency.
The EPA must stop attacking affordable, reliable energy.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency is moving to ban the sale of a dozen rat and mouse poisons sold under the popular D-Con brand in an effort to protect children and pets.
China uses as much coal as the rest of the world combined ... and wants more.
An EPA nominee who understands the importance of sensible rather than reckless regulation could mean job creation at home and competitiveness abroad.
The Obama administration's policies would end the use and production of coal in the United States.