The Justice Department did not feel that it had sufficient evidence to prosecute anyone at Solyndra over alleged misrepresentations of the company’s financial health, the department said on Thursday.
The super PAC run by the Democratic Socialists of America has spent tens of thousands of dollars supporting Sen. Bernie Sanders’ presidential bid, newly released campaign finance records show.
A years-long investigation into the Department of Energy’s support for the bankrupt solar company Solyndra faults DOE officials, contractors, and the company itself for the department’s eventual loss of hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars steered to the firm.
President Barack Obama hailed the financial opportunities presented by renewable energy during a Monday speech at an event sponsored by green energy companies that stand to benefit from expanded green energy subsidies.
LAS VEGAS—Green energy businesses gathered in Las Vegas on Monday for an annual conference hailing progress in the cleantech industry and encouraging further government incentives for the types of firms that paid thousands of dollars to sponsor the event.
The chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign on Monday brushed off suggestions that the White House might endorse Vice President Joe Biden if he decides to run against Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The White House, statehouses, and nonprofits backed by the billionaire Democrat Tom Steyer worked behind the scenes to create a state-level advocacy network to support controversial new Environmental Protection Agency regulations, newly released emails reveal.
Federal authorities indicted the former president of a Florida teachers’ union on fraud charges on Thursday, even as he faces additional charges in his home state over allegedly illegal campaign contributions to Hillary Clinton.
A renewable energy company that has received billions in U.S. taxpayer support despite federal investigations and former employees’ allegations of illegal business practices is in dire financial straits as shareholders allege securities fraud and investors drive down its stock price.
The inspector general for the Environmental Protection Agency announced on Monday that it is beginning an investigation into the agency’s role in triggering a massive toxic waste spill in southwest Colorado.