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The war on the 'War on Coal'
The coal industry and its political supporters have launched their counterattack to EPA rules.
What's it like to be "non-essential"
On any other day, Joe James would be working as a microbiologist with the EPA. But, after the government shutdown, he's not sure when he'll be back to work.
EPA rules on coal plants' emissions will require new technology
The Environmental Protection Agency's is issuing new limits on emissions by coal-burning plants that new plants will need advanced carbon-capture technology to comply.
New EPA rules: Clean coal or end of coal?
The EPA announces emission rules that will require new coal-burning plants to cut carbon-dioxide pollution by 40 percent.
Forget Congress: How Obama can fight climate change solo
After years of butting heads with congressional Republicans, President Obama will announce climate change policies through administrative action.
Can Lisa Jackson improve Apple's green reputation?
Apple has picked the former EPA chief to head environmental efforts. But will it work?
The beat of the sequester furloughs marches on
As a result of sequester, the IRS, HUD, the EPA and Office of Management and Budget become part of the biggest wave of government office closures since 1995.
Your gas bill will rise under new rules (but by how much?)
Oil companies say new EPA rules on sulfur levels in gas will increase prices several cents a gallon, but higher refining costs could play out many ways.
Could EPA sulfur cuts affect gas prices?
The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to propose a new rule today that will require refiners to cut the amount of sulfur in gasoline by two thirds.
Head of EPA made progress, despite lack of support
Administrator Lisa Jackson pushed through rules limiting emissions despite opposition from energy industry and little backup from the Obama administration.