The chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is committed to renewable energy.
Even as the president urges Senate Democrats to move quickly, a Congressional Budget Office ruling lowers a hurdle that tripped up the Clinton-era reform effort.
In 1996, a Kansan with the same name was arrested with bombmaking materials in his car trunk.
This sumptuous companion book to a BBC series examines our planet and its wild inhabitants.
Man-made islands can remove ammonia, heavy metals, and other chemicals from the water.
In 1993, they were a major factor in defeating President Clinton's proposals. But this time around, industry leaders sense change is inevitable, and they want a voice.
The Senate nears a vote on a bill to help ease the foreclosure crisis, as banking and real estate lobbies successfully resist efforts to let courts adjust terms of mortgages.
The plan to crack down on individuals who hide cash in foreign accounts has broad support. But eliminating tax havens for American companies could put them at a disadvantage internationally, experts say.