In his inaugural address, President Obama promised to respond to the growing threat of climate change. With a divided Congress, what can the president actually do in the next four years to bring down the level of carbon dioxide and other heat trapping gases?
The US Environmental protection Agency didn't get everything it wanted for Christmas.
The US Supreme Court has come down on the side of the Obama administration in a case that pitted the states and federal government over t
Health effects of one the most toxic types of chemicals are being reevaluated by federal scientists.
With the election of Barack Obama, speculation begins in earnest about a shift in the way the US Environmental Protection Agency will fun
Ten years ago, the US EPA agreed to test for the possibility that pesticides alter human's hormones.
It's been 27 years since the US Environmental Protection Agency set up the Superfund Program.
Coalbed methane gas -once considered a mining waste product -is now extracted for use as a fuel.
Next week, public comments are due on EPA's new lead air pollution standard.