Is a courtroom really the right place to be making weighty decisions about scientific matters?
Thanks to foreign demand, the country's energy backbone is looking at a strong future as the formerly ailing industry is turning itself around.
California nanny-state cancer regulation Proposition 65 has met its match in a federal courtroom.
Misguided policies and regulations have hurt California’s ability to prevent and respond to fires.
With our scientific progress, clean coal technology is a viable path to secure supply while negating environmental impacts.
While green activists might wring their hands, coal is here to stay.
The entire argument for greater government involvement in disaster relief stands on more than shaky feet.
In an unexpected and ironic twist, the COP21 climate agreement presents an opportunity for the coal industry to beat Obama at his own game.
What Scott Pruitt will really be bringing to the EPA is a badly needed refocusing on executing this country’s laws instead of making up its own.