The latest news on Jackson, Lisa
Inflammatory headlines about hydraulic fracturing create negative public opinion of the practice.
President Obama's EPA has been wielding unprecedented administrative power.
Obama must answer some questions about the Lisa Jackson E-mail cover-up before the Senate moves forward Gina McCarthy's confirmation.
Clinton's stock is up, Holder's is down.
An EPA nominee who understands the importance of sensible rather than reckless regulation could mean job creation at home and competitiveness abroad.
States know much more about their water, their communities, and the local conditions than an agency in Washington, D.C.
EPA is on track to limiting hydraulic fracturing, and with it, economic growth.
Lisa Jackson unfairly trashes coal, an affordable, domestic energy source that has only gotten cleaner.
As the agency unveils new rules, their future is more uncertain.
Congressional authorizing committees will take a much longer, harder look at what Obama has been doing.