President Joe Biden has proposed spending $45 billion to replace every lead water pipe and service line in the nation. A public health expert explains why he sees this as a worthwhile investment.
By Kimberly Rooney PITTSBURGH -- With many outdated water systems located throughout the country, many with varying levels of transparency, it's often difficult to know exactly what’s in the water that flows out of our...
As wildfires across the United States grow in size, intensity and duration each summer, members of Congress from the West are pushing for massive new investments in ecosystem management and wildfire mitigation.
Republicans are setting a 'reckless precedent,' by holding up appointments to a key state agency, the Wolf administration says.
Renewable energy’s rapid growth is accelerating a national shift to a carbon-free electric power system.
Fossil fuel labor unions and environmentalists have often been at odds, and in large part, still are in Southwestern Pennsylvania, but UMWA’s support may be a new starting point.
A new American Lung Association report grades all 67 counties on high ozone days and particle pollution.
A legal challenge filed by Pennsylvania local governments to eliminate a state law blocking them from regulating single-use plastics could also threaten Harrisburg dealmaking as we know it. The suit, filed in Commonwealth Court in...
A report from Commodity.com, a commodity trading and investment company, shows just how much energy production has changed across the country and which states now dominate the sector.
The Energy and Mineral Resources Subcommittee hearing was held to consider a bill introduced by Rep. Teresa Leger Fernandez, D-N.M., that would authorize $8 billion over 10 years to reclaim oil and gas wells that were abandoned by defunct companies and not properly cleaned up. The measure represents a first step in a priority laid out in President Joe Biden’s infrastructure and jobs plan late last month.