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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Gina Mccarthy
An agency-by-agency summary of President Barack Obama's proposed budget for fiscal 2015, beginning next Oct. 1.
Here is an agency-by-agency summary of President Barack Obama's proposed budget for fiscal 2015, beginning next Oct. 1.
President Barack Obama's 2015 budget requests the least spending yet on a Great Lakes cleanup program his administration has championed, but an official said Tuesday the cutback does not signal eroding support for the cause.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced it is taking the first steps toward restricting or even prohibiting development of a massive gold-and-copper prospect near the headwaters of a premier sockeye salmon fishery in southwest Alaska - though no final decision has been made.
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency faced tough crowds Friday during stops in North Dakota, where coal and ethanol continue to be a big part of the oil-rich state's energy mix.
The Environmental Protection Agency's administrator will visit North Dakota to get a firsthand look at the state's booming energy industry and environmental issues.
The Environmental Protection Agency has ordered the state's Clean Air Branch to modify or reissue an air-pollution permit for a proposed Big Island power plant that would generate electricity from eucalyptus trees and other plant matter.
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency and White House officials are visiting Fort Collins, one of seven regional climate hubs designated by the Obama administration last week.
Fort Collins' attitudes about climate change and its efforts to address it are typical of the American public, but the federal government is lagging behind, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday.
As a deadline nears for comments, South Dakota's congressional delegation is pushing the Obama administration to reverse course on proposed changes that would significantly reduce the amount of ethanol in the country's fuel supply.
With a deadline for comments approaching, North Dakota's congressional delegation is pressing the Obama administration to reverse course on proposed changes that would significantly reduce the amount of ethanol in the country's fuel supply.
The deposition of John C. Beale, released Wednesday by the House oversight committee, contrasts with the EPA’s own claims that it was EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy who exposed the fraud and helped oust Beale.
Former Greenville, Miss., Mayor Heather McTeer Toney has been named regional administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency's regional office in Atlanta.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Mr. Speaker, Mr. President, Members of the Legislature, Members of the Board of Public Works, Justices of the Supreme Court of Appeals, Members of the State Board of Education, distinguished guests, and my fellow West Virginians.
The high-ranking EPA bureaucrat who bilked the agency of more than $800,000 by pretending to be a CIA operative is in therapy trying figure out what — beyond greed — caused him to pull off perhaps the most infamous workplace attendance fraud in government history.
"The administration is very supportive of the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative," McCarthy said in a phone conference, adding that the proposed cut "represents no lack of commitment ... and it represents a significant continued investment."
The formal comment period has closed, but McCarthy said the EPA is open for additional feedback before the proposal is finalized, which could come in June.