One day after a new study warned of the looming dangers of climate change, House Republicans back a bill ordering federal scientists to spend less time studying the issue.
Wall Street Journal reporter Gregory Zuckerman tells the story of the Jewish oilmen led the charge in the revolution in natural gas extraction — and what it means.
Natural gas fracking uses billions of gallons of water. It is lost forever, taken out of the cycle of life — what would Kabbalah say about this waste?
A New York state court on Thursday ruled that two towns should be able to choose whether or not they can ban a controversial oil and gas drilling technique known as “fracking.”
The fracking debate in New York state is hitting new heights as regulators delay a final decision on the controversial natural gas production method, but it looks increasingly clear that it will be a year - if ever - before drilling begins again.
The most important federal court ruling of the week may have been the one protecting the government’s regulations on greenhouse gas emissions, J.J. Goldberg writes.
What do cottage cheese and natural gas have in common?
This morning I was making challah for the Sabbath. The water I mixed with the yeast came straight from the tap. Thankfully, today my water is clean and free of chemical contaminants. But I’m worried that this may change.