Monthly Archives: November 2017

An agreement between the EPA and companies may have reduced levels of PFOA found in new mothers' blood, a study found.

But the issues around this other climate pact could make for a different outcome.

Lolita Zinke weighed in on aspects of some events, including inviting specific attendees to a town hall where the secretary spoke to young conservatives.

Nebraska commission denies TransCanada's preferred route across the state

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke wore moccasins to celebrate native culture around the world. But Western tribes say his plan to dramatically shrink the Bears Ears National Monument will devastate their culture.

PREPA head Ricardo Ramos Rodríguez had been scrutinized over a $300 million contract the utility signed with the tiny Whitefish Energy firm.

The decision involves a new, long-delayed sister pipeline called Keystone XL, which has been mired in controversy for several years.

A three-page “Energy Freedom Scorecard” details how the Trump administration has aggressively undone environmental rules and climate policy. But for the Heartland Institute, it's not nearly enough.

Thanks to NASA — and the laws of physics — 293 coastal cities can now know which specific glaciers pose the most dangers to them if they melt.

NASA scientists capture close-up images of the largest iceberg in history to split off from Antarctica

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