Former Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta wrote in an op-ed last week that President Trump is "on a rampage to endanger the planet" by stripping environmental regulations.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt drew the ire of several top Democrats and climate change activists after he declared carbon dioxide was not the primary driver of climate change.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt said President Trump's rollback of the "Waters of the United States" rule represents the end of a government "power grab" of private property land use.
Wyoming farmer Andy Johnson is facing more than $16 million in fines from the Environmental Protection Agency for building a stock pond for his horses and cattle on his eight-acre property in Fort Bridger, Wyoming.
The EPA wants hotels to start monitoring how long guests spend in the shower.
This story sounds like it can't be true, but on Fox and Friends today we heard from a North Carolina woman whose Land Rover was seized from her home by armed federal agents. Jennifer Brinkley has no idea where her SUV is now, saying she's working with a lawyer to try to get it back.
Critics are pointing out a new possible power grab by the Environmental Protection Agency, which has reportedly claimed it has the power to garnish the wages of those who owe fines for environmental violations.
Some truck owners are steaming mad over President Barack Obama and EPA regulations
The Environmental Protection Agency’s Denver office kindly reminded employees in a written email not to defecate in the hallway. Yes, you read that correctly.
Frustrated over EPA regulations, one family decided to protest by creating their own version of the song “Let It Go” from the Disney movie, “Frozen.”
The EPA is drawing a backlash from lawmakers and small business owners across the country over a new proposed regulation under the Clean Water Act. The new measure would clarify which bodies of water are within the jurisdiction of the federal government, including smaller bodies of water like streams, riverbanks and wetlands that flow into larger bodies of water.
The Environmental Protection Agency will not issue controversial restrictions on power plants fueled by coal until after the midterm elections. The news comes on the heels of a delayed decision on the Keystone XL pipeline. Republicans accuse the White House of playing politics again.