Articles by Lavelle, Marianne
Economy, fuel prices caused households to fall behind on bills this winter.
Independent drivers plan to rally, while big firms ask for federal action to calm markets.
One suburb, against opposition, enacts a modest step toward cutting power consumption, but bolder measures are needed.
Few now doubt global warming, though they disagree on the severity of the danger.
The White House's proposal exceeds what Congress required, but gives new flexibility to automakers.
We'd rather hear about something new instead of the hard work of saving energy.
As he rides off into the sunset, the president fails to round up greenhouse gas savings.
Today's elected officials eschew sweaters and accentuate the positive.
States are changing the rules of the game so that it pays power companies not to expand.
Factories and offices often waste energy needlessly.