The Environmental Protection Agency has given $30,000 to a Unitarian church that preaches about “white privilege” and that America is “structurally racist.”
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton, Florida, received an “environmental justice grant” for education and training about sea level rise and climate change, the agency announced Wednesday.
Federal investigators faulted the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for dumping 3 million gallons of wastewater from a Colorado gold mine into the Animas and San Juan Rivers in August.
Washington Free Beacon reporter Liz Harrington appeared on Fox Business’s Varney & Co. on Tuesday to discuss her story on the “$160 million PR machine” run by the Environmental Protection Agency. Full transcript below: STUART VARNEY: How about this? The EPA spends a whopping $158 million of your money on its public relations budget and …
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) spent over $15 million on outside public relations consultants despite employing nearly 200 full-time in house PR workers.
Supporters of a controversial Environmental Protection Agency regulation commissioned Democratic pollsters to plot ways to attack the motives and credibility of the regulation’s critics, documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon reveal.
The Environmental Protection Agency has spent $92.4 million in taxpayer dollars to buy, rent, install, and store office furniture over the last 10 years.
An Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official flew nearly every weekend from his office in San Francisco to his home in southern California, amassing $69,000 in “excessive trips,” according to the Office of Inspector General (OIG).
Chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee Lamar Smith (R., Texas) is questioning the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) transparency after the agency was caught editing a video of the Gold King Mine spill.
The office of Kentucky’s governor failed to provide documents through an open records request that show the Democrat’s staff collaborating with the White House and leading environmental activists on a controversial anti-coal regulation, according to a conservative legal group.
A federal judge in North Dakota appointed by George W. Bush blocked an Obama administration rule Thursday that would allow the federal government to regulate certain streams and other small waterways.