Energy

U.S. News
The proposed 600-mile-long Atlantic Coast Pipeline would bisect the Appalachian Trail, the Blue Ridge Parkway and a pair of national forests.
U.S. News
The "Oracle of Oil" was a strong advocate for using natural gas as a bridge to renewable energy.
Politics
“When you guys edit you really edit.......lol,” a Colorado state senator wrote after the Consumer Energy Alliance revised an op-ed he co-authored.
U.S. News
Will people run their dishwashers at a different time to save money?
Politics
The disgraced former interior secretary met his new boss on a flight to Atlanta, winning him over with talk of energy independence.
Environment
By the end of 2019, the city would have to create a plan to phase out some 20 plants, including a notorious polluter in Queens.
Politics
The Trump administration is reportedly taking steps to significantly weaken the 2011 Mercury and Air Toxic Standards (MATS) rule.
Food & Drink
Red Bull and Monster aren't your only options anymore. There are some healthy newcomers to the energy drink cooler at the grocery store.
Religion
He calls for urgent transition to alternative energy at Vatican meeting.
Politics
"I eagerly await the administration’s regulations protecting pagers, fax machines, and Blockbuster."
Politics
It could be time to start talking seriously about nationalizing and decommissioning fossil fuel companies.
Environment
The blast at Husky Energy Inc injured at least 15 people.
Videos
This people-powered gym is harnessing human energy to power itself and the local grid.
Videos
This people-powered gym is harnessing human energy to power itself and the local grid.
Politics
For six months last year, Pruitt rented a Capitol Hill condo at below-market rates from the wife of a prominent energy lobbyist.
Environment
The Interior secretary slashed protections for migratory birds less than three months ago.
Environment
If nuclear power is to be part of a U.S. climate change strategy over the next century, policymakers must address its increasingly precarious economics.
Politics
"As long as it’s made in America, I’m good with it," Secretary Ryan Zinke said Friday.
Politics
Obtaining congressional approval is "time consuming," the administration's infrastructure plan states. So the president wants to defer to his Interior Secretary.