It's long been reported anecdotally that out-of-staters take advantage of New Hampshire's same-day registration to cast fraudulent votes. Now there’s proof.
Plasco Energy Group Inc., the company once hailed as the future in waste management for the City of Ottawa, has filed for creditor protection.
Even your savviest car-buying clients should avoid these missteps at the dealership.
Falling inventories and strong demand expectations combined with global outages could soon lead to higher oil prices
Thousands of US public school teachers from Oklahoma walked out of classrooms yesterday to protest huge cuts to state education funding. They're protesting what some call a "crisis" in the Oklahoma economy and political system, which stripped funding from school supplies and salaries while giving huge tax cuts to corporations. Oklahoma teachers say they have...
Andy Borowitz jokes that many Wisconsin residents are coming to grips with the fact that Scott Walker has time to get back to work.
Olivier Nduhungirehe says his government not at all familiar with the Israeli NGO, adds that suggesting a foreign organization could sway his nation's policies was preposterous
Seven months before 2018 midterms, Trump's faceoff with China over trade exposes an unexpected political vulnerability in GOP's strongest region: rural America
With at least two California nuclear power plants in earthquake zones, officials warily eye Japan's disaster
Staff at the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission made a concerted effort to play down the risk of earthquakes and tsunamis to America’s aging nuclear plants after the Fukushima disaster in Japan, according to thousands of internal emails reviewed by NBC News.
Perry has proposed FERC enact market-based incentives for coal and nuclear power plants.
San Fernando Valley residents gather for a meeting with regulators and Southern California Gas Co. officials over a natural gas leak.
Senate Republicans enacted the 'nuclear option' to clear the way to confirm Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. We take a look at the 'nuclear option' - what it is, how it works and where the name comes from.
The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to announce steps today that will roll back Obama-era fuel economy rules.
Next month, Oregon will become the first U.S. state to start automatically signing up workers to save for retirement if they do not already have a workplace 401(k).
Once upon a time, we started subsidizing agriculture.
An Environmental Protection Agency lawyer says he wasn't provided the full facts when he ruled there was no ethics violation in Administrator Scott Pruitt's lease of a bargain-priced condo.
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A new web tool from the Urban Institute reveals the geographic distribution of student loan debt, with interactive data on debt levels and the share of people who took out student loans at both state and county levels.
Enrique Peña Nieto said Mexico stood ready to negotiate with the U.S. but would not do so out of fear.
Trump still thinks Pruitt has done "a fantastic job."
Republicans see a chance to flip a congressional seat in northern Minnesota, where President Trump’s steel tariffs are being celebrated as a boost for the mining industry.
An attack on a shared data network forced four natural-gas pipeline operators to temporarily shut down computer communications with customers.
But the EPA chief is continuing to push Trump's deregulation agenda — and that may help him hang on, allies say.
Margaret Talbot on how the Environmental Protection Agency became the fossil-fuel industry’s best friend.
California utility companies worry they may be held liable for billions of dollars in damages from last year’s wildfires. State leaders may help them by changing liability rules.
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.
Dana Nuccitelli: But the networks need to improve reporting on climate events unrelated to Trump
Beijing bans exports of some petroleum products and imports of textiles as Pyongyang and US urged to calm tensions
A liberal bastion and an authoritarian government agree on how to help bring about the future of cars, with help from the state.
Donald Trump picked Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to run the Environmental Protection Agency, signaling the president-elect will deliver on his vow to disassemble President Barack Obama's landmark effort to fight climate change.
A new report ranks states' economic reliance on firearms, taking into account jobs, sales and political contributions.
In 2016, we began investigating potential grant opportunities to support farm animal welfare in China. This page lays out the reasoning behind the first set of grants we decided to make, which total $3,821,783 over two years and will support 10 groups to begin or scale up farm animal welfare work in China. The grants
Pro-Iranian rebels fired seven missiles into Saudi Arabia this weekend. The missiles were intercepted, however, at least one death from debris was reported on t
New Jersey location touts “freshest possible” produce.
On January 22, President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on solar panels in what he called an effort to “create jobs in America for Americans.” The move prompted widespread criticism from both solar and free trade advocates. While the president argued that solar companies would “com back strong” with the addition of “a
Carolyn Kormann on climate change and Donald Trump’s proposed energy plan, which would essentially reverse Obama’s progress in reducing carbon emissions.
As President Trump plans to meet Kim Jong-un, satellite evidence suggests that North Korea is expanding the complex that makes fuel for its nuclear weapons.
Rep. Ryan Costello's decision to retire without helping his party get someone else on the ballot all but hands the race to Democrats.
It’s a sign that global oil companies see cleaner energy technologies as sound investments.
Their futures are linked in the effort to keep global temperatures from rising too much.
Michelle Nijhuis reports on state- and federal-level lawsuits over climate change, all brought by young people represented by the lawyer Julia Olson and her colleagues.
Donald Trump has already taken notice of the Minnesota meltdown.
Are you holding on tight? This market has been absolutely insane. Wait, that is an understatement. This market has been gut wrenchingly amazing, for those that
The White House says Melania Trump is staying in Florida, sticking to a spring break tradition.
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The Howard County Police Department says David Gipson Smith’s body was found in February 2018 in Green Ridge State Forest in Flintstone, Maryland.
It was well flagged, but the $50bn tariffs on China are no less disturbing for all that
Aging water infrastructure, from pipes to dams, canals and more, has been neglected for too long, experts warn.