The president meets with Republican leaders this week as the Senate works on an energy bill.
Democrats want a vote to address the crisis, while a House committee prepares a hearing.
Autonomous cars could be a big win for the climate. Or they could undo years of progress on efficiency.
The Senate is set to take up an energy bill a day later than planned, while the House will stay home for the week.
As the Obama administration gears up to protect its climate accord, scientists issue a warning.
Republican donors who care about combating climate change are finding they have to lower their expectations for the presidential race.
New DOT policies will make it easier for autonomous cars to hit the road.
Greg Abbott’s plan would give states authority to overturn federal law, Supreme Court rulings.
Domestic and international challenges extend saga over controversial tar-sands project.
Environmentalists hope a massive methane leak in California spurs new rules.
With Paris in the rear view mirror, Obama plans to push his domestic agenda in 2016.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee will tackle the hot-button issue, but will the NFL get involved?
“Some good old fashioned legislating” helped end a years-long effort.
With an eye towards sustainability, auto giants embrace the sharing economy.
Riders barring the symbol’s display didn’t even make it to the omnibus negotiations.
Barbara Boxer offers another hurdle to getting a long-awaited bill done.
As omnibus rolls out with no policy-killing riders, members look forward to next year.
Social-media blitz violated propaganda, lobbying laws, GAO says.
The agreement reached in Paris on Saturday is ambitious, but will it produce a safer planet?
Despite changes, a key Democrat says the bill would block climate work.