Jennifer A. Dlouhy
Legality of Drilling Permits Issued During Shutdown Challenged
From Greenspan to Yellen, Economic Brain Trust Backs Carbon Tax
President Donald Trump is trying to limit the impact of the partial government shutdown and shield favored industries.
EPA Nominee Wheeler Defends Rollbacks While Pressed on Climate
Officials from Washington to Wall Street are skeptic if the partial U.S. government shutdown extends into spring -- or beyond.
Trump's Shifting Shutdown Tests Obscure Law, Invites Challenges
Many government departments have been shuttered and some 800,000 employees are either furloughed or working without pay.
Bishop is already on the front lines of oft-contentious public land management issues coming from Utah.
Wheeler has been working at the EPA from 1991, when he was hired for a non-political job focusing on toxic chemicals.
Trump Is Giving Oil Industry a Bye in Shutdown, Critics Allege
U.S. government shutdown may hurt farmers due to delay being caused in approving year-round sales of ethanol blend for gasoline.
New Aircraft, Beers on Hold as Businesses Feel Shutdown Pain
With Zinke Out, Former Lobbyist Becomes Acting Interior Secretary
Mercury Limits on Coal Plants No Longer `Appropriate,' EPA Says
Smithsonian, EPA Ready to Close as Shutdown Toll Deepens
Trump's EPA to Maintain Obama-Era Coal Plant Rules, With a Twist
Attorneys General Fire New Salvo in Offshore Drilling Fight
U.S.’s Bureau of Land Management said its first sale would make at least 400,000 acres available for oil drilling.
Trump Agency Takes Major Step Toward Arctic Refuge Oil Drilling
Zinke's Departure Puts Interior in Hands of Former Oil Lobbyist
Martha's Vineyard Wind-Farm Site Spurs Record $405 Million Bids