Stossel looks back at some of his attempts in 2014 to tell the truth
By Timothy GardnerWASHINGTON4 (Reuters) - The Obama Administration may yet notch some victories tackling planet-warming emissions but the larger war on climate chang...
Environmental Defense Fund's Nat Keohane and Cornell professor Harry de Gorter debate carbon regulation.
Senator Tom Carper, (D-Del.), on why global energy problems are worth the price of more spending.
We break down why people are singing the blues in Music City.
Andrew Ertel, CEO of Evolution Markets, on structuring transactions for the global green markets.
Commerce Secretary Gary Locke on the push for climate-change legislation and renewable energy.
Our experts break down how a carbon tax will change the energy sector.
CNX Gas President Nick Deluliis, on the Clean Energy Act's negative impact on the coal industry.
Future Fuels Director Albert Lin on the company's clean coal pact with China's Thermal Power Research.
Stossel and guests debate whether the EPA has gone too far with regulations
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on SAC Capital’s $614M settlement with the SEC.
American Electric Power Co. (AEP) agreed to significantly reduce sulfur-dioxide emissions from Midwest coal-fired power plants and pay an additional $8.5 million in ...
A federal appeals court Tuesday vacated the Environmental Protection Agency's latest rule limiting soot and smog-forming air pollution that crosses state lines.The U...
A federal court on Tuesday vacated an Environmental Protection Agency's rule that set strict limits on sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions - pollutants that ...
Chris Horner, "Red Hot Lies" author, and Nancy Skinner, Radio Talk Show host, weigh in on the president's green strategies and rising oil prices.
December 11, 2010 03:36 PM UTC by John StosselUN Delegates Sign Petition to Ban WaterUN delegates have been in Cancun, Mexico over the last two weeks obsessing passi...