The House and Senate agreed Thursday to scrap a proposal eliminating a large tax credit the electric vehicle market and other green energy companies rely on to keep the fledgling industry afloat.
Under pressure from a few very large and politically powerful plans — including the United Mine Workers of America and the Central States Trucking Union — liberal lawmakers are seeking up to a hundredfold increase in taxpayer bailouts for private, union-run pension plans.
The clock is ticking for the return of an Obamacare tax that opponents say will hit older Americans on fixed incomes particularly hard, costing them an extra $500 per couple.
Oil giant ExxonMobil has given in to pressure from activist shareholders and will begin issuing detailed reports on potential risks “climate change policies” pose to its business operations.
Democratic-controlled states are the ones most likely to get hit the hardest from the bill, but not because of the changes to the tax code but because of high tax rates and regulations the states’ legislators have imposed over the course of decades.
President Donald Trump privately supports the Environmental Protection Agency’s so-called “red team, blue team” debate on climate change, but some within the White House are hesitant to move forward on the plan, according to a Monday report from E&E News.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders warned lawmakers Sunday to avoid jumping headlong into filing impeachment charges against President Donald Trump.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned again Sunday that North Korea will be “utterly destroyed” if it threatens the U.S. or America’s allies.
Every couple years photographs surface showing a “starving” polar bear whose plight is inevitably used to sound the alarm on man-made global warming.