Titus vows to be 'the fighter' on Yucca if elected to Senate
Rep. Dina Titus said she will decide over August recess whether or not to run for the Senate in the 2018 midterms — but if she does, the Nevada Democrat is vowing to take the fight over Yucca Mountain with her.
Rep. Lamar Smith touts CO2, benefits of warming
Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas) thinks carbon dioxide is getting a raw deal.
Pruitt eyes former Obama DOE official to lead climate review
U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is considering a former Obama Energy Department official to lead the agency's debate on mainstream climate science, according to a former leader of the Trump administration's EPA transition effort.
New communications chief has mixed record on climate
Anthony Scaramucci, who stepped up today as White House communications director, has a history of flip-flopping on climate change, once calling the science "irrefutable" before backpedaling before President Trump was elected.
DOE's Dan Simmons on his dad, energy 'optionality,' stress
Life in the Trump administration has been anything but ordinary for Dan Simmons.