EPA fired Interior official's son-in-law for 'misconduct'
The relative of a top Interior Department official hired by EPA for then-Administrator Scott Pruitt's personal security detail was fired for "misconduct," according to records obtained by E&E News under the Freedom of Information Act.
Industry groups back deputy's nomination
Several business trade groups are urging support for Doug Benevento's nomination to be deputy EPA administrator, which has been stalled by a dispute over biofuels.
Some metrics in the red as EPA pushes to reopen
Key metrics in EPA's own data on the spread of the COVID-19 virus show criteria weren't met even as Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced phase 2 of reopening for the agency's headquarters and New England offices.
Agency cancels decadeslong E&E News subscription
EPA has canceled its subscription to E&E News, the agency announced to staff yesterday.
EPA HQ, Boston office move forward on reopening
EPA headquarters and the agency's New England office are taking another step forward on reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic.