The move allows him more leeway on nominees, but it will make it more difficult for him to do just about anything else.
The Toronto mayor adds another bizarre video to the growing list.
Five years ago, the administration vowed to regulate coal ash, a toxic power-plant byproduct. Green groups are still waiting.
A cadre of Democrats is banking on a key personal tie to shut down the drilling process.
Fishing boats and coal-mine accidents grab headlines, but far more workers are getting hurt in a quieter, calmer place.
Limiting the minority's power to filibuster might ease a nominee's path, but it won't end dysfunction. It will make it worse.
Congress is not engaged in a massive conspiracy to disguise rising prices. Really.
Despite a century of lucrative coal mining, West Virginia remains among the nation's poorest states. Now, natural gas represents a new hope for turning resources into riches.
Contractors responsible for getting the health care website running are testifying to the House this morning. Here are highlights from its beginning.
Successful as it is, the television show has never reached one key group of children. Research suggests touch screens can.
New technologies have expanded oil production, but they're adding another thirsty mouth to the state's tight water market.
Brinkmanship is damaging the country's most valuable asset.
The New Energy Paradigm: America's Shift From Scarcity to Abundance
Lawmakers are walking a dangerous path in the debt-ceiling standoff, and thanks to the government shutdown, they're walking it in the dark.
The government shutdown means no federal reports about inflation, employment, and a raft of other crucial metrics. Look out for uninformed decision-making.