The administration’s push to relax Obama-era regulations threatens to reverse years of federal efforts to reduce property damage, contamination and human suffering.
Red and blue states stare across the green chasm – which side do you live on?
Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris accord and rollback of environmental regulations still haven’t given the issue more urgency in the midterms.
The Trump administration’s plan to roll back Obama regulations calls for altering the cost-benefit balance, but that opens the door to legal challenges.
A portion of the rule obtained by POLITICO shows Trump’s EPA easing the planned limits on the pollution from power generators driving climate change.
The president has blamed ‘bad environmental laws’ for making California’s fires worse.
A development backed by Halliburton’s chairman includes a microbrewery similar to one the Interior secretary has long sought.
Aides later sought to block an assessment that found the levels of formaldehyde that many Americans breathe in daily are linked to cancer.
The investigation involves a real estate deal.
‘Seems like he gets it better than Pruitt. Fingers crossed,’ said one staffer of acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler.
Here are the top ongoing legal and political battles that acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler will have to tackle.
But Andrew Wheeler says he changed his mind after hearing the future president talk about energy policy.
Burying the formaldehyde study is part of an effort by Pruitt and aides to undermine EPA’s research program, current and former officials tell POLITICO.
Trump had grown tired of the torrent of negative stories about him and had come to believe they were a distraction that wouldn’t go away.
Ethanol, not ethics, is prompting Republicans across the Midwest to protest the EPA chief and call for his firing.