EPA

It's the first time the Trump administration is adding rules on carbon dioxide. But it isn't a sudden change of heart on climate.
The so-called "Friendly" insects, designed to naturally suppress yellow fever mosquito numbers in the U.S., have been approved for release in the Florida Keys.
The agency's tensions with the unions representing its workers are boiling over as EPA looks to reopen regional offices.
As chaos grips the nation, the agency is changing water permitting rules to make it harder for states to block construction of fossil fuel pipelines.
The states, led by New York Attorney General Letitia James, claim the EPA's relaxed policy is not transparent and gives polluters too much wiggle room.
Fifty years after the first Earth Day, the connection between the environment and human health has never been more obvious.
It's just the latest environmental regulatory rollback since the United States became the epicenter of COVID-19.
The administration unveiled its final rule to gut Obama-era auto emissions standards as the COVID-19 pandemic rages.
The administration is pushing its pro-polluter agenda as the U.S. death toll from COVID-19 rises.
They approved pipelines and gold mines while attacking science as the death toll rises from the novel coronavirus and mass layoffs begin.