E&E News' ongoing coverage of the changes taking place on Capitol Hill.
Twenty-one young Americans sue the government over climate change.
Energy and environmental newsmakers dish on politics, pet peeves and their TV addictions.
E&E News coverage of the 2018 elections, which could dramatically shift the national balance of power – in Washington, D.C., and state capitals around the country.
E&E News examines the West's mismanagement of groundwater, an unseen environmental disaster that threatens to send America's food system into meltdown.
The U.S. has been in the throes of a shale boom and bust for over a decade. How's it going?
American dams — symbols of the nation's 20th century might — are crumbling. E&E News examines efforts to avert disaster as pressure grows for a new era of dam building in the arid West.
As wildfires spread, a battle rages over how to save America's forests.
Can the storied company of Thomas Edison make another comeback?
With a team of reporters in Puerto Rico and Washington, E&E News spent seven months chronicling the human impact and chaotic restoration of electricity. The stories investigated charges of public corruption and exposed the halting efforts of the U.S. territory’s public power company, its governor and federal officials to summon resources.
E&E News examines how climate change will permanently alter the state's iconic sights.
The 40-year saga of Alaska's jackpot pipeline.
What does the first 100 days of President Trump's term mean for the next four years?