Bannon's exit creates void for climate skeptics
Steve Bannon's departure from the White House severed a line into President Trump's inner circle for climate skeptics, degrading their influence on thorny policies on energy and the environment.
With Trump as dealmaker, could coal be subsidized?
President Trump likes to make a deal. So when a pair of electric utilities came asking for billions of dollars to keep ailing nuclear projects afloat and a friendly governor proposed a generous subsidy for Appalachian coal, fiscal conservatives were alarmed.
Trump kills plan to protect projects from rising seas
The Trump administration will no longer require public infrastructure projects built in flood-prone areas to accommodate sea-level rise in order to receive federal funding, which critics argued would expose hospitals, schools and roads to the effects of climate change.
White House to dump Obama-era flood standard
The White House will rescind an Obama-era policy that sought to prevent federal spending on infrastructure that could be damaged by floods, according to sources briefed on the plan.
Unlikely allies try to sway White House before trade decision
In an event matching the upside-down politics of 2017, some ideologically right-wing voices are allied with the solar industry's main lobby group in a trade case that could shape the future of solar power.