Cloud Peak Energy, Inc. is a coal mining company. The Company produces sub-bituminous steam coal with low sulfur content and sells its coal primarily to electric utilities. The Company operates surface coal mines in Wyoming and in Montana.
And Rob Byers is out of a job.
The EPA is moving ahead with plans to close agency facilities in Las Vegas, Nevada, according to the last written notice received by a few dozen employees affected by the decision.
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The White House has given mixed messages on EPA administrator Scott Pruitt’s fate.
President Donald Trump said Thursday he still has confidence in his EPA chief, even as the agency is considering adding a review of Pruitt's lease arrangement amid other ethics probes.
Across the Trump administration, former advocates for coal, banking and pesticides are now shaping government policy.
China’s reemergence as a coal importer has boosted the fortunes of U.S. producers who are now shipping more coal abroad than any time in the last two years.
Carolyn Kormann on climate change and Donald Trump’s proposed energy plan, which would essentially reverse Obama’s progress in reducing carbon emissions.
Their futures are linked in the effort to keep global temperatures from rising too much.
The bloody labor dispute of a hundred years ago continues to reverberate in contemporary political discourse.
Don Blankenship went to prison after the deaths of 29 of his miners. For some Republicans, that’s the beginning of a successful Senate campaign.
It was well flagged, but the $50bn tariffs on China are no less disturbing for all that
Bad news on the carbon emissions front.
Richard Lindzen Credentials Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, Harvard University (1964).  S.M., Applied Mathematics, Harvard University (1961).  A.B. (mcl), Physics, Harvard University (1960).  Background
Stephen Moore Credentials Stephen Moore is a graduate of the University of Illinois and holds an MA in Economics from George Mason University. 
Kathleen Hartnett White Credentials M.A., Humanities & Religion, Stanford University. , ,  B.A. Humanities & Religion, Stanford University. , ,  Attended Doctoral Program in Religion, specializing in East Asian and comparative Religions, Princeton University. , 
Doug Domenech Credentials B.S., Forestry and Wildlife Management, Virginia Tech (1978).  Background
Letcher County was once sustained by a coal industry that now hardly exists.
EPA Director Scott Pruitt says that he should be able to choose his own advisors, but Pruitt is giving corporate scientists priority, undermining the public's health. We speak to Barbara Gottlieb of Physicians for Social Responsibility, the leading plaintiff in the case
Coal supplied just 2% of power in the first half of 2017, marking a steep decline from just five years ago, according to analysis by Imperial College