Regulations would target existing power plants, which spew 25% of U.S. emissions. The oil and gas sector, plus many Republicans, are likely to object.
President Biden used an executive order to pledge new policies on environmental justice and attacked GOP plans to strip green initiatives as part of debt fight.
The White House's latest rollout would add more than 100,000 public electric-vehicle chargers to the more than 135,000 now available.
Rising income inequality undermines program’s ability to pay future retirement benefits, experts say
What to know about the leaked U.S. intelligence documents and the government's case against an Air National Guard member in Massachusetts.
IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva on Thursday warned against another Cold War that would damage the global economy.
The Biden Administration advances the toughest-ever proposed limits on tailpipe emissions, on the way toward greater EV adoption.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Tuesday it was important not to overdo the negativism on the outlook for the global economy.
The financial stress on U.S. banks has not fundamentally altered positive expectations for the global economy this year, a U.S. Treasury official said Monday.
Gensler’s meme-stock reforms are meant to help retail traders. Some investor protection advocates aren’t so sure.
The U.S. SEC chief wants retail stock orders to be auctioned off to market makers and exchanges, but questions remain as to the ultimate impact of these reforms.
The Biden administration will next week propose the toughest yet personal-vehicle emissions rules for model years 2027 through 2032, Bloomberg reports.
Biden's EPA is proposing tighter rules to limit emissions of mercury and other pollutants from coal-fired electric power plants.
Donald Trump has been arraigned in the Manhattan case involving hush-money payments. What would this mean for Trump's plans to again seek the White House?
Failed U.S. banks struck a $22.5 billion blow to the deposit insurance fund. Who will pay the price?
Costs for consumers, community banks in question as insurance fund faces longer-term funding problems
Commercial real estate is headed for a ‘real mess’ but could avert financial disaster, leading economist says
"I expect a major correction in commercial real estate is already underway," said Adam Posen, president of the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Breaking Republican House OKs pro-drilling energy bill that’s unlikely to pass Senate. It’s still a rebuke of Biden’s climate agenda and a 2024 weapon.
Republicans' oil and gas legislation is a nonstarter in a Democrat-controlled Senate. But GOP energy priorities are already a pillar of 2024 election hopes.
The European Union's banking sector is resilient and the effects of the bank stress will be smaller than in the U.S., a top ECB official said Wednesday.
The Biden administration wants to create 30 gigawatts of offshore U.S. wind energy — enough to power more than 10 million homes — by as soon as 2030.
Policymakers are sending mixed signals about the future of federal deposit insurance. Here are answers to some questions about the ongoing debate in DC.
President Biden vetoes Republican 'anti-woke' move to limit how retirement-investing plans consider climate and other ESG issues when picking stocks and funds.