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  • Tony the Tiger and the Keebler elves are fighting climate change

    Kellogg Co., a Battle Creek, Mich., food-maker perhaps more known for Raisin Bran than its environmental practices, announced plans Wednesday to curb greenhouse gas emissions across its supply chain -- including from agriculture, which chips in 10 percent of U.S. emissions. 

  • If it's wet, EPA wants to regulate it

    Few outrages perpetrated by President Obama's Environmental Protection Agency can match its proposed rule titled "Definition of 'Waters of the United States' Under the Clean Water Act."

  • Journalists to EPA: Don't muzzle scientists

    Several journalism, environmental and science groups demanded that the Environmental Protection Agency remove new restrictions that the organizations say will muzzle independent scientists who advise the agency.

  • Now Rand Paul's support for coal, Kentucky's black gold, is questioned

    Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul's support for regulations on coal and a past comment that it is "very dirty" are fueling a new assault on the 2016 GOP front-runner.

  • EPA must explain the costs of its rules better, federal watchdog says

    While the Environmental Protection Agency adhered to many of the guidelines outlined by the White House Office of Management and Budget when describing the economic effects of proposed rules and potential alternatives, a report said the information EPA used was "not always clear."

  • Health agency official breaks law by deleting official emails: Examiner Editorial

    As Americans suffered through the early failures of healthcare.gov last October, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform sought answers about who was responsible.



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