Proposed nuclear waste dump in Nevada could get license after crucial vote
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission voted 2-1 Tuesday to restart and resurrect the licensing process for the controversial Yucca Mountain nuclear waste site project.
U.S. must do everything it can to ensure that we don’t lose the capability to build new nuclear plants in this country -- and around the world.
A California appeals court judge temporarily blocked a Los Angeles natural gas storage facility Friday from reopening a year and a half after a major blowout spewed methane that dr...
Sources tell the New York Times the cyberattacks were directed at computer networks at multiple nuclear power plants, including Wolf Creek in Burlington, Kansas
President makes remarks at Unleashing American Energy event at the Department of Energy
Officials say there's no evidence that hackers were able to infiltrate any sensitive or operational systems; Trace Gallagher reports from Los Angeles
New report predicts lowest gas prices for July 4th since 2005
Robert E. Murray, chief executive of Murray Energy Corporation, has sued HBO talk show host John Oliver over a segment he did on Sunday regarding coal.
Energy demand surges as temperatures soar. How high can they go? Analysis from energy analyst Phil Flynn