Most of DOE's home page erased after inauguration
Most of the Department of Energy's home page disappeared into the ether shortly after President Trump's inauguration Friday. The deletion of blog entries, news updates, info boxes and video content is far beyond the tinkering that President Obama's DOE did when taking the reins from George W. Bush.
7 states with the most at stake on development
Change is coming to America's Western landscape as incoming President Trump seeks to reverse eight years of Obama administration land preservation policy. Some of the most dramatic changes could come in seven Western states that have been the focus of contentious preservation battles.
Oil-patch states struggle with deficits
Oil-producing states are bracing for another lean year as they wait to see whether the drop in oil prices has stabilized.
PHMSA finalizes long-awaited safety regs
The Transportation Department expects to finalize new safety regulations on oil pipelines by the end of next week, just ahead of President-elect Donald Trump's first day in office.
Exxon's tax wars entangle Tillerson in potential conflicts
A look at Exxon Mobil's approach to taxes offers both a window on the company’s hard-nosed tactics and potential conflicts of interest for former CEO Rex Tillerson, President-elect Donald Trump's pick for secretary of State.