A natural gas group is offering an expenses-paid trip to pro-drilling landowners to get them to attend U.S. Energy Department meeting on the controversial practice known as fracking.
American Electric Power's plan to shutter a string of aging coal-fired electric plants if regulators adopt strict new pollution rules is likely the first in a string of similar decisions that has the coal industry bracing for waning demand.
An internal inquiry has concluded that the head of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission strategically withheld and controlled information to steer decisions on a massive dump for radioactive waste his way.
West Virginia's congressional delegation is blasting the Environmental Protection Agency over word that three power plants will close.
A NASA satellite has taken its three billionth image of the earth's atmosphere.
Federal scientists are using sonar to map deepwater canyons about 100 miles off the coasts of Virginia and Maryland.
Environmental groups are asking a federal appeals court to throw out a U.S. government decision to approve a Shell oil exploration plan that involves five proposed wells under more than 7,000 feet of water in the Gulf of Mexico.
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