As it is unveiled, White House’s Clean Power Plan sparks angry rhetoric and careful strategizing by foes.
The Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan reflects practical concerns about an expected onslaught of litigation and legislation designed to derail the rule.
Obama plans to toughen rules forcing states to cut pollution from coal-burning power plants.
Revised carbon-cutting rule is said to balance tougher standards with incentives for states
U.S. wind power takes a leap forward as construction begins on the groundbreaking project off the coast of Rhode Island.
Despite dire warnings from GOP leaders, many states — including coal-industry stronghold Kentucky — are on track to meet the EPA’s carbon-cutting goals.
Post officials decided to launch an “adversarial case against Iran” over the imprisonment of Jason Rezaian.
TIMELINE | His imprisonment is the longest for a Western journalist in Iran since the 1979 revolution.
New administration proposals are designed to keep coal-mine waste out of rivers and streams.
The accord closes a perilous chapter in 35 years of turbulent U.S.-Iran relations.