clean air act
A petrochemical facility at ExxonMobil's Baytown, Texas complex burst into flames on Wednesday.
The people who live near the plant say the air has been making them sick for years.
Under Scott Pruitt, the agency no longer requires oil and gas companies to hand over information about greenhouse gas emissions.
The automaker has reached a settlement with the US Department of Justice after admitting it cheated on US clean air tests.
The automaker has admitted to installing devices in 600,000 vehicles that circumvented emissions tests in the United States.
The US Environmental Protection Agency says the German automaker cheated on even more emissions tests than what was revealed in September.
Despite the resignation of embattled CEO Martin Winterkorn, auto industry experts say the company faces daunting prospects for winning back public trust and avoiding potentially enormous legal costs.
The US Environmental Protection Agency said Friday that the automaker installed software in its diesel vehicles meant to circumvent clean air requirements.
The president unveiled the White House's strongest ever plan to combat climate change on Monday.
Why the Deepwater Horizon spill failed to inspire reform.