You could call it the battle of the attorneys general: one side representing the public interest, exactly what attorneys general are supposed to do; the other side representing the special interests, exactly what they are not supposed to do.
Two coal miners were fired after insulting their boss, one of the industry's most powerful men. But a judge says the firings were illegal.
Has your employer brought their politics into your workplace?
Last Thursday, Janet Harner, an administrative law judge at the FMSHRC, ordered that Harrison be temporarily reinstated at
On April 7, Wisconsin's Board of Commissioners of Public Lands voted 2-1 to ban those employed by the agency from doing any work pertaining to climate change or global warming while doing public lands related work.
Bob Murray, owner of American Energy Corporation Century Mine in Ohio, sued Aubrey McClendon for allegedly infringing upon his company's copyright in August 2013. He claimed McClendon commandeered the "American Energy" brand.
American Energy Partners CEO Aubrey McClendon; Photo Credit: YouTube Screenshot The American Energy Partners fracking lease
Murray's status as the largest individual donor to Cuccinelli's campaign should raise questions in Virginia: What does Bob Murray expect in return for his investment? (It's worth noting that Murray Energy has no mining presence in Virginia.) What promises has Cuccinelli made to Murray Energy and Bob Murray?
The full transcript of Murray’s prayer and letter to employees is available at the Wheeling Intelligencer. Has your boss
The Ohio Democratic Party has requested a criminal investigation of the Ohio-based Murray Energy, after the coal company
According to documents obtained by TNR, Murray reprimands employees who fail to donate to his chosen candidates, going so
The claims have been mostly denied by Rob Moore, Chief Financial Officer of Murray Energy Company, which owns the mine. He
Mitt Romney teamed up with controversial coal magnate Bob Murray for a fundraiser Thursday in the same Wheeling, WVa., hotel
Mother Jones, the miner's angel, may be gone, but Mother Jones magazine just called out International Coal Group -- who gave us the Sago, WV tragedy -- for 20,000 clean water violations.
Losing in the Stanley Cup playoffs can be a painful experience -- especially for the woman who claims the GM of the Anaheim