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Contract Canceled: Never Trump Movement Leader’s Firm Loses $120K Sweetheart EPA Deal Under Scrutiny
A $120,000 no-bid contract between NeverTrumper-led public affairs company Definers Corp and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been canceled after complaints emerged in response to the
The End of the Obama Era
In the first years of Barack Obama’s presidency, it often seemed as if he would never escape the shadow of his predecessor. Toiling under the weight of a world-historical recession, and saddled with
Commentary: The EPA Wants More of These Really Dangerous Trucks on the Road. Why?
They'd fool even the veteran trucker from the outside.
NJ Politics Digest: Murphy to Hold Inaugural Ball at MetLife Stadium
Roundup of daily news.
Delingpole: Christmas Is Here, Everyone! EPA Officials Are ‘Leaving in Droves’
Environmental Protection Agency officials are "leaving in droves", reports the New York Times. What marvellous news to ease us all into the festive Christmas spirit, eh readers?
Report Finds 327 Superfund Sites Face Climate Change, Flood Risks
The Trump administration has gone out of its way to deny the existence of climate change and bury science warning of extraordinary risks associated with failing to take mitigative governmental
Government rule-making delays are why you still can't buy a New DeLorean
Filed under: Aftermarket,Government/Legal,Misc. Automakers,Classics,Luxury,Performance Low-volume carmakers like DeLorean can't build any cars until the EPA and NHTSA finish some
Professional climate denial took hundreds of millions from the CO2 industries, then slipped off their leash
Five years ago, it looked like big oil and big coal were finally acknowledging the reality of climate change, shifting from the early posture of outright denial and the intermediate strategy of sowing
Trump renominates ‘overwhelmingly unfit’ nominee for top environmental position
President Donald Trump sent the names of several controversial candidates back to the Senate — including one nominee a Senate Democrat described as “overwhelmingly unfit for such a crucial position” —
Coal executive’s ‘wish list’ finds success under Trump
The head of one of the largest coal companies sent a four-page "action plan" to the White House calling for rollbacks of environmental and mine safety regulations.
Scott Pruitt confirms who he really works for in a tweet
In a series of tweets on Thursday night, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt cheered his agency’s year-long effort to stall or repeal numerous regulations, arguing that it will
Scott Pruitt wants to move full steam ahead on his pro-industry agenda in 2018
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt wants to use metrics to gauge the weekly performance of every office at his agency. That would be good news if Pruitt’s intention was to
New Vehicles Are More Powerful and Efficient Than Ever, but the Greenest Automaker Only Sells Gas Models: Study
Every year, the Environmental Protection Agency tabulates all available data for new vehicles sold in the United States and prints colorful graphs showing the country’s progress — or in some cases,
Trump Dismantled Environmental Institutions During Record Hot Year
An uptick in natural disasters, with diminishing funds to contain them, sets the stage for a fiscal crisis.
Trump Administration May Face Lawsuit Over Refusal to Restrict Dangerous Pesticide Chlorpyrifos
If Donald Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency does not implement restrictions on pesticides advocated in a recent National Marine Fisheries Services report, environmental activists and commercial
The EPA has managed to bankrupt one of the biggest refineries in the northeast
Shut 'er down The post The EPA has managed to bankrupt one of the biggest refineries in the northeast appeared first on Hot Air.
Average Horsepower And Fuel Economy Ratings Hit Record High
New cars in the United States are getting both more powerful and The post Average Horsepower And Fuel Economy Ratings Hit Record High appeared first on carscoops.com.
Scientists accuse Scott Pruitt of ‘stacking the deck’ against scientific integrity
Scientists, doctors, and environmental groups are pushing back against the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) efforts to purge scientists who had previously received EPA grants from sitting on
EPA uses posters to troll its own employees
After almost a year of rolling back environmental regulations, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator (EPA) Scott Pruitt is trying to instill a sense of accomplishment in the agency’s
Top EPA official gets second chance to deregulate toxic air pollution
It’s not often that a controversial executive branch nominee gets a second chance. William Wehrum, the current assistant administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Air and