The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for the case, Atlantic Richfield Co. v. Christian.
Two sources familiar with the plans told New York Times that changes to rules are expected to roll back limits on "the leaching of dangerous heavy metals like arsenic, lead and mercury."
The Trump administration is waging trade wars against China, the European Union, and others, and the tariffs are costing many American manufacturers money.
While the oil and gas industry is making significant bets on a wide range of energy technologies, it is also focusing on digital technologies that promise to transform enterprises as fundamentally as in other sectors. Download the full report to learn more.
For decades, presidents, lobbyists and policymakers have invoked the image of coal miners.
As the NRA and gun manufacturers dumped millions into Trump and the Republican Party in 2016, Clinton may have been a boon to the industry as president.
Like gun control, climate action has sweeping public support but not enough in Washington.
A new poll shows American voters think the majority of Congress is afraid of the NRA and support companies like Dick's Sporting Goods, which announced it will stop selling assault-style rifles or raise the age restriction to 21.
An employee directed a staffer to avoid photographing Linda McMahon with a "Trump Hotels" sign, documents show.
Ranchers and tribal leaders alike are taking a stand against Secretary Zinke's rollbacks.
David Edelstein's Vulture review (and his defense of it) highlights the pushback against how some male film critics talk about female characters.
Slightly lower profit margins for businesses usually result in great cost savings for society at large; Trump's 2-for-1 rule renders that reality irrelevant.
The polls worked like they were supposed to work. If there was a problem, it was in how they were used, a mathematics professor writes.
All women are 'real,' but a greater diversity in size would be positive move, says Sophie Walker.
Drones are revolutionizing consumer delivery, military transport and medical attention.
The growth of natural gas—cheaper and more efficient—has lessened the need for coal.
Tesla's diversified interests bring it into markets that don't function like the tech industry, eroding advantages.
Sponsors including Coca-Cola, Kellogg's and McDonald's have come in for criticism.
Kevin Roberts has been placed on leave for claiming women don't want the top jobs.
Stakeholders unsure if the time is right to legalize recreational weed while medical distribution regulations spark controversy.
The DNC chair has come under fire from Bernie Sanders for what he calls her support of a predatory industry.
Over time, the pressure of rent-seeking bends law in ways that benefit special interests rather than the public interest.