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Environmental Protection Agency
Latest Environmental Protection Agency Items
The ghost of master magician Harry Houdini lives at the Environmental Protection Agency, where agency officials routinely make common sense and tax money disappear without a trace.
Two Republican congressional leaders demanded Friday that Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy tell her employees to quit stonewalling federal law enforcement agents as they investigate EPA fraud and misconduct.
For the first time, the Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday ordered auto giant Ford to revise the fuel-economy estimates for six of its vehicles.
The nation's coal mines are closing down so rapidly in the wake of a raft of federal environmental regulations targeting coal that mining employment is now in a "free fall," according to a new report from a leading industry research firm.
A pro-business watchdog group sued the National Security Agency on Monday, demanding that the spy agency turn over metadata logs for some phones registered to top EPA officials in a pioneering legal maneuver that seeks to use the government's own secret data to check up on other agencies.
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu traveled to a Louisiana coal-fired power plant Monday to highlight her opposition to President Barack Obama's regulatory plan to cut carbon dioxide pollution.
Phillip North, a former official at the Environmental Protection Agency, was central to the controversy swirling around an Alaskan mining project that includes accusations of federal overreach. Now representatives on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform want to question him.
The Obama administration's proposed regulations for power plants would give a big boost to nuclear power as the industry faces an uncertain future with increasing retirements and declining prospects for dozens of aging reactors.