Federal and state legislators have introduced legislation to force government agents to obtain a warrant before searching Americans' old e-mails, closing a convenient loophole in a 1986 law.

Methane has joined CO2 as the enemy du jour, as President Obama, the EPA, and radical enviro-activists gear up to drastically curtail energy production at this year’s UN Climate Conference in Paris.

Charts and graphs of supply and demand aside, it’s the political side of crude that is currently driving prices lower, and they could remain low for a while.

Last week Tom Wheeler, chairman of the FCC, published an op-ed piece for Wired which laid out his strategy to "ensure net neutrality" by treating the Internet as a public utility and applying the same types of regulations that are used for phone and electric companies. In this case, the antidote is worse than the poison.

Earthquakes in Texas and elsewhere have ignited a flurry of comments linking them to fracking, without any proof.