Scott Pruitt's mission: Keep Ind. coal-fired power alive
Former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is bringing resistance to the so-called war on coal to the Hoosier State. His new lobbying gig aims to fight electric utilities' plans to close coal-fired power plants in Indiana.
Pruitt lands job as coal lobbyist in Ind.
Less than a year after resigning from EPA amid a swarm of investigations and ethics allegations, former Administrator Scott Pruitt has landed a new job as an energy lobbyist in Indiana, an emerging coal battleground state.
'Great environmentalist' Weld dives into race against Trump
On a clear summer day in 1996, Massachusetts Gov. William Weld (R) signed the Rivers Protection Act, an aggressive environmental policy that put a development buffer around the state's rivers and creeks.
Will Warren's plan push climate to the forefront?
Elizabeth Warren's pledge to stop new fossil fuel leases offshore and on federal land via an executive order is raising the bar for climate change policy in the presidential campaign and putting new pressure on the rest of the Democratic field to try to match her ambition.
N.C. GOP candidates tie opponents to 'crazy liberal clowns'
There are three vacant House seats, and two of them are in North Carolina. Starting this week, voters in the Tar Heel State are working to change that.