Spiraling construction costs at new facilities and planned closures of decades-old plants highlight why the nuclear industry in the United States remains in trouble — even as the quest for zero-carbon energy sources grows.
In his first remarks to agency staff, EPA administrator Scott Pruitt outlined a more limited role for the government's environmental watchdog, and warned employees against overreach.
Here's a look at flagrant instances of "alternative facts" presented as science.
Conservationists, scientists and EPA staff fear what's to come under the leadership of a man who built a career around suing the agency he now heads.
The MacArthur Foundation's 100&Change contest is offering a nine-figure grant for a plan to solve a major world problem.