Mayors of America’s cities joined industry and Republican lawmakers to complain about the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and urge the agency to back off enforcement of regulations to clean-up drinking water.
Global expansion of nuclear power may draw more scrutiny and skepticism as the world watches Japan struggle to prevent a meltdown at a reactor damaged by a record earthquake, a former U.S. atomic regulator said.
Global expansion of nuclear power may draw more scrutiny after officials in China and India and U.S. lawmakers called for the review of atomic energy plans as Japan struggles with reactors crippled by a quake and tsunami .
Four Senate Democrats and Republican Scott Brown of Massachusetts are seeking to exempt venture capital firms from a tax increase on managers of investment partnerships that a White House official predicted is imminent.
President Barack Obama ’s frustrated efforts to revamp U.S. energy policy may face another setback as Japan works to prevent a meltdown at nuclear-power reactors crippled by last week’s earthquake and tsunami.