The methane rule forces energy companies to capture methane burned off at drilling sites on public lands.
Order initiates a review of the Clean Power Plan, which restricts greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants.
The company pulled back from finishing the factory in 2014, but plans to have it completed within four years.
Obama blocks proposed purchase of semiconductor manufacturer because the company’s technology has “military applications.”
Zika research, appointment of a Supreme Court justice, and the TPP trade deal highlight high-profile issues.
Obama, Trudeau and Nieto stress need for economic cooperation.
Canada, the US, and Mexico will commit to generating at least 50% of their electricity from clean power sources by 2025.
Interim Conservative leader says the pipeline was rejected for political reasons, not scientific ones.
A loophole in an 85-year-old tariff law has failed to keep products of forced and child labour out of America.
Loss didn’t prevent the oil giant from announcing a dividend increase for the 16th year in a row.
Proposal is part of the “Mission Innovation” initiative the US president announced at last year’s U.N. climate conference.
Pipeline firm said it will be looking to recover US$15 billion in costs and damages from the US government.
Notley’s priorities include less coal-fueled electricity, an energy efficiency programs and other carbon reduction measures.
The Vermont environmentalist claims to have had the same upbringing as the outgoing prime minister.
Decision caps a seven-year saga that became one of the biggest environmental flashpoints of Barack Obama’s presidency.