'I only do one thing ... but it's a very big thing'
Over four decades, attorney Jay Silberg has sued the government dozens of times for breaching a contract with utilities by failing to complete the Yucca Mountain, Nev., nuclear waste repository.
Perry revamps policy shop, CCS spending
The Trump administration is releasing more details about reorganization at the Department of Energy while seeking to kill off funding for weatherization and revamp spending on carbon capture technology.
Energy adviser quits over failure to get security clearance
The White House's top energy adviser and most vocal proponent of engaging in the Paris climate accord resigned today after failing to obtain a permanent security clearance.
Intelligence official warns of 'abrupt' change
A top intelligence official took to Capitol Hill yesterday to quietly reiterate a dire warning about "abrupt climate change," a sharp rebuke to President Trump's assertions on Twitter that the underlying science is a "hoax."
Moniz joins Southern Co.'s board
Former Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz will join Southern Co.'s board of directors next month.