They say the label “skeptic” should be reserved for those truly interested in testing hypotheses in order to find the truth.
“As I look back on those decisions, I would not make the same decisions again,” the EPA chief told senators.
The Commerce Secretary did not defend the work of NOAA’s climate scientists.
That could mean different policies for future Republican leaders.
Critics say that saving these plants is not actually a national security imperative.
The chemical used in paint strippers has been linked to dozens of deaths.
Here are some highlights from a new cache of EPA emails.
Pruitt mainly relied on conservative advocates rather than career staffers who traditionally identify scientific research priorities for the agency.
The work will go on.
Blankenship has a shot at winning Tuesday’s Republican primary for the U.S. Senate.
Motorists are getting ready for summer.
The departures come as federal investigators scrutinize the EPA chief’s spending and management decisions.
Some groups say it’s an example of the Trump Interior Department’s effort to restrict researchers’ scientific communications.
AFGE Council 238 filed a Hatch Act complaint about the tweet.
A not-yet-final document suggests the administration is poised to make significant changes over the next decade.
Accidentally killing birds no longer breaks the law.
The office of the inspector general could not determine whether a controversial mass transfer of senior employees was legal, due to poor record-keeping.
The investigation began after Democratic lawmakers raised concerns about Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s mass transfer of SES personnel.
John Barrasso isn’t happy with two Senate Democrats.
The pressure to take a stand will only intensify.