Despite at least nine lawsuits against the government, all companies whose drugs are up for Medicare price negotiation will come to the bargaining table.
Hyundai is rushing to start electric vehicle and battery production at a $7.6 billion complex in coastal Georgia, spurred by federal electric vehicle incentives that reward domestic production.
A road trip I took with Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm confirmed one thing: The U.S. is wrestling with an inadequate charging network (unless you're a Tesla driver).
One year ago, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law, directing hundreds of billions of dollars to speed the transition away from fossil fuels.
22 private-sector projects catapulted Georgia toward the top of the list.
Gov. Brian Kemp is escalating his attack on President Joe Biden's electric vehicle policy. Kemp spoke Tuesday at the groundbreaking for a company that got more than $100 million in federal funding to refine graphite for electric batteries. But Kemp says Biden's infrastructure law wrongly puts the government's "thumb on the scale."
The Environmental Protection Agency received billions from President Biden's climate legislation, but the EPA inspector general warns there is "a high risk for fraud, waste and abuse."
Tax credits for electric car purchases are getting even more complicated. It will likely mean fewer vehicles will qualify — but we don't know which.
The Inflation Reduction Act, or IRA, promises tax breaks to companies making technology for clean energy. European leaders are concerned companies will flee to the U.S. to cash in on the tax breaks.
White farmers' suits blocked a USDA program and led to a race-neutral approach.
Drugmakers will be required to pay Medicare back for price increases that outpace inflation. The industry is expected to put up a fight over implementation.
A federal offshore wind lease auction in December off California's coast promises to kickstart a work boom on the state's northern and central coasts.
The latest deadline to sign-up during the current open enrollment period is Jan. 15.
A nationwide affordable housing crisis has wreaked havoc on the lives of low-income families, like Louana Joseph’s in Atlanta, who are close to the brink. Their struggle to stay a step ahead of homelessness is often invisible.
The Inflation Reduction Act gives Medicare historic new powers to limit prescription drug prices. But the pharmaceutical industry is already lobbying to dull their impact.