A federal appeals court on Tuesday rejected a lawsuit from a number of states, including Virginia, that challenged the Environmental Protection Agency's findings that greenhouse gas emissions may “reasonably be anticipated to endanger public health.”
With New York reportedly set to allow fracking in portions of the state near the Pennsylvania border, researchers at one of the Empire State's top universities are warning of catastrophic consequences associated with increased gas drilling.
Sun Tzu famously said in "The Art of War," "All warfare is based on deception." Though that sentence was written more than 2,000 years ago, it is still relevant. Just ask any senior White House official.
The Obama administration Tuesday threatened to veto a House Republican bill that would link expanded oil and gas production to drawdowns in the nation's Strategic Petroleum Reserve.
The president's Dream Act-by-dictate provides the latest evidence of this administration's determination to push its agenda through without respect to Congress, the Constitution or the rule of law.
The prospect that thousands of drones could be patrolling U.S. skies by the end of this decade is raising the specter of a Big Brother government that peers into backyards and bedrooms.
Sen. John McCain says the lack of U.S. aid to Syrian rebels is "shameful," and that helping the opposition would be the biggest blow to Iran in 25 years.
Responding to lawsuits from 11 states, the Environmental Protection Agency is proposing new air quality standards to lower the amount of soot that can be released into the air.
Americans on their way to work or school may soon be reaching for a new high-tech device as they head out the door - a personal air-quality monitor. That's the vision of bureaucrats at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) who are trying to develop a portable sniffer that measures the body's reactions to pollution in the air. It's bound to take fear-mongering to a new level.