Dallas-Ft. Worth, Houston, and L.A. added the most residents from 2011 to 2012, according to new Census data.
One out of every 10 residents of a nearby town say pollution from the pipeline accident and the resulting days-long fire made them sick.
After being barred from bidding on Gulf of Mexico drilling leases as punishment for the Deepwater Horizon spill, BP is now back in action -- kind of.
The president wants to spend $2 billion over the next decade to research ways to power cars without oil, funded by offshore drilling royalties.
The DOJ wasn't "prepared to bite the bullet" and prosecute its antitrust case against Monsanto.
The EPA may postpone release of its landmark greenhouse gas regulations for new power plants. Environmentalists are not pleased.
New ads from the American Petroleum Institute claim that a tax on the energy industry is really "a tax on families."
Author Peter Gleick found that nearly half of bottled water is just treated stuff from the tap.
If the Department of Energy has its way, as many as 50 small modular reactors could be built and deployed every year by 2040.
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