The latest news on energy
The loss of key GOP votes was a critical factor.
With households facing a winter of record high heating costs, state energy officials from across the country were in Washington today urging Congress to increase funding for energy assistance improvements to homes and for assistance to low-income families having trouble paying utility bills.
Flat-panel TV prices may plummet this holiday season, but don't overlook the energy costs.
Chevy Chase would have rejoiced.
Divorcées—and singles—use more resources per person than do couples, roommates, and families.
Scientists provided the most comprehensive picture yet of the dark reaches of a termite’s plumbing.
Electricity is the next frontier for the technology giant.
The high upfront cost means this is an investment in smarter holidays.
Using salad bar ingredients, researchers have developed the most efficient hydrogen-producing method.
U.S. News Senior Writer Marianne Lavelle has turned blogger today as she begins a blog on usnews.com titled "Beyond the Barrel," where she will discuss the nation's energy matters. Lavelle recently wrote a cover story on the new age of energy, which discusses how Silicon Valley companies are financially backing solar and other new energy technology.