Comments made public Friday reveal her to be more critical than other Cabinet-level officials.
President Obama’s decision, once a mystery, is widely expected to be a rejection.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is pushing legislation to block oil and coal projects on federal lands.
The vulnerable Republican supports President Obama’s big climate rule. Is that enough to ward off green groups’ attacks?
The sixth such release, of more than 7,000 pages, includes references to Lady Gaga, Ben Affleck, monkey butts, and emojis.
The industry is grappling with low prices and a Democratic front-runner moving left.
The surge in domestic oil production made it easier for lawmakers to sell oil from the nation’s strategic reserve.
Ayotte, who faces a tough reelection battle, broke with GOP leaders who want to kill the regulations on power plants.
Republicans say that other high-profile witnesses will be interviewed in private.
Democrats on the committee met with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Friday.
Hillary Clinton adopted a somber tone in contrast to Benghazi Committee leader Trey Gowdy’s combative tenor.
The Democratic frontrunner's testimony will be a key test, both for her and her GOP questioners.
The Ways and Means chairman told his GOP colleagues what it would take to get him to "yes."
Both sides are angling for the political upper hand ahead of Thursday's high-stakes hearing.
His Interior Department is canceling new auctions for oil-drilling rights, and won’t extend expiring leases either.
Comments by a moderate New York congressman are adding to the firestorm around the panel ahead of Clinton’s October 22 appearance.
Two decisions may have unintentionally given the struggling Clinton campaign a political lifeline.
The Democratic battle brings opportunities and peril for the front-runners, and a chance for also-rans to become relevant.
A Friday meeting gave no resolution to the fallout from Kevin McCarthy's sudden decision to drop his speaker bid.