Rep. David McKinley doesn't much like EPA chief Lisa Jackson. We have a theory why.
To get out of paying $6 million in state taxes, Shell decided to try to tow a drilling rig from Alaska to Seattle in the middle of a storm.
Profit is profit.
Had Congress acted responsibly years ago on FEMA flood insurance, Congress might not even need to act today.
Chevron, which has been polluting Richmond for more than a century, is trying to win over residents with gardens and parties. It'll have to try harder.
A 2011 oil spill along the Yellowstone River was made worse by ExxonMobil's delay in stopping the flow of oil.
The Tar Sands Blockade has launched a new tree-sit -- and this time activists think TransCanada won't be able to reroute its pipeline around them.
After all, why make all of his biggest fans have to go outside?
If you've ever wondered how much it costs to have a subsidiary role in leaking millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, now you have your answer.
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