FACT CHECK: Green stimulus sending jobs overseas?

By FactCheck.Org

Conservative advocacy ad avoids the facts about Obama administration investments into sustainable energy.

Audit cites risk in DOE loan program

By Ronnie Greene

A new audit of the Department of Energy’s $34 billion loan guarantee program said the agency doesn’t always follow its own rules

Energy-backed firms award bonuses, file bankruptcy

By Ronnie Greene and Matthew Mosk

The DOE financed green energy companies that later fell into bankruptcy — but not before the firms awarded big executive bonuses

New GOP target at EPA: Graduate student interns who are tools of Obama’s 'radical policies'

By Alexandra Duszak

Koch Industry’s hometown congressman complains of wasting $30,000 on “tools” of White House agenda

Keystone pipeline fight: Wall Street is watching

By Corbin Hiar

White House approval of oil sands pipeline could spur investments in dirtier fossil fuels and worsen global warming

FACT CHECK: Anti-Obama ad based on "unsound" industry-funded study

By FactCheck.Org

Obama attack ad based on chemical, oil-funded study with little scientific relevancy

What to expect from a President Perry on the environment? Some Texas-sized clues

By Jim Morris and Evan Bush

From denying climate change to stances against EPA and Supreme Court, Perry resists Washington and helped a billionaire donor.

Federal fracking response could be years away

By Evan Bush

In safety demo, Halliburton worker swigs fracking fluid - a sign of industry assurance. Little stands in way of natural gas extraction boom.

IMPACT: Green groups challenge EPA's air pollution exemption for biomass power plants

By Ronnie Greene

Lawsuits challenge "politically favored" clean energy that isn't so clean - biomass plants

U.S. advisory group on fracking has abundant ties to energy industry

By Evan Bush

As first recommendations emerge, scientists seek ouster of a former CIA director on energy company boards

EPA appears firm on limiting air toxics at coal power plants

By Evan Bush

Industry, Republicans aim to stall what agency considers life-saving limits on mercury and other emissions

Obama administration signals higher gas royalties on public lands — and anticipated industry resistance

By Evan Bush

Big Oil underpays on royalties - and may resist attempts to collect more

Fact Check: Permitting some fudging on oil stats

By Margaret L. Ryan

Obama official defends slow drilling record with selective use of data

Report: Generators could fail at U.S. nuclear plants

Report: Generators could fail at U.S. nuclear plants

Some energy CEOs among highest paid U.S. corporate bosses

By Chris Hamby

As gas prices rise and politicians deliberate, energy execs rake it in

Yucca Mountain cancellation creates expensive headaches for DOE and Navy

By Laurel Adams

Government scrambles to figure out alternatives to canceled Yucca Mountain nuclear waste storage

Big break for big oil, larger burden for taxpayers

By Aaron Mehta

Whistleblowers help recover half-billion in energy revenues - but billions more owed taxpayers on public lands use

Six Questions for Kendra Barkoff

Six Questions for...Kendra Barkoff

Energy dollars fueled campaigns of Democrats who defected on EPA vote

By Chris Hamby

Energy cash fueled campaigns of Democrats defecting on EPA vote

Over the Limit

By Joaquin Sapien

In October 2003, while 94,000-plus inhabitants slept nearby, Martin Lake pumped more than 150,000 pounds of sulfur dioxide into the air

The politics of energy: Oil and gas

By Kevin Bogardus

WASHINGTON, December 15, 2003 — The sweeping energy bill now pending in Congress offers a geyser of new tax breaks and other government good

The politics of energy: Nuclear power

By Kevin Bogardus

WASHINGTON, December 11, 2003 — On May 28, 2003, two chairs sat empty at a Las Vegas hearing called by Nevada's U.S. senators to assess conc

The politics of energy: Coal

By Bill Dawson

WASHINGTON, December 3, 2003 — Two months after his inauguration, President George W. Bush surprised some supporters by changing his positio

The politics of energy: Coal

By Bill Dawson

WASHINGTON, December 3, 2003 — At the first meeting of President George W. Bush's cabinet in 2001, then-Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill dist

The politics of energy: Coal

By The Center for Public Integrity

When George W. Bush was inaugurated on the Capitol steps in January 2001, the coal industry, which had contr