Staff wary but ready to work with Pruitt amid new email dump
Newly appointed U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt yesterday tried to extend an olive branch to worried staffers hours before consenting to a judge's order and releasing more than 7,000 pages of emails with energy firms.
White House readies 'review' of carbon rule for Pruitt EPA
U.S. EPA's new administrator is expected to begin unraveling landmark climate policies in the opening days of his job while possible revelations loom around his connections to the fossil fuel industry.
Dems rail all night against Pruitt; vote still set for 1 p.m.
Democrats staged an all-night fight in the Senate in a final play to delay a vote on the nominee they say is unfit to lead U.S. EPA.
The countdown is on. Pruitt to make a 'negative' entrance
Scott Pruitt could be on the ground at U.S. EPA as early as tomorrow, with the Senate set to confirm his nomination as the agency's administrator tomorrow afternoon.
Pruitt opponents seek emails linked to fossil fuel industry
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt (R) released about 400 emails requested by activists and Senate Democrats, but that's not nearly enough to halt a legal challenge scheduled for tomorrow, according to advocacy groups.