A federal appeals court ruled on Monday that the Environmental Protection Agency cannot suspend an Obama-era rule to restrict methane emissions from new oil and gas wells.

The EPA is trying to roll back dozens of Obama-era environmental regulations.

The EPA argued that the previous administration didn’t take final action on the rules.

Those natural additives popping up in hot dogs may not be any better for you.

The Chicago Tribune says the nitrates that many consumers are worried about are being replaced by celery, which happens to be high in nitrates.

The North American meat institute, which represents the meat industry, notes that the Federal Government does not consider sodium nitrite to be a known carcinogen, which many consumers fear.

For drivers of electric cars, going green is starting to take more green.
A growing number of states are imposing new fees on electric vehicles as officials scrounge for ways to pay for infrastructure projects they say are long overdue. At least five states, including California, passed bills targeting the cars this year.

Wheat and oat prices soared on the growing drought in the Dakotas and Montana.

There’s also worries about wildfires.

If this continues prices of bread, pastries and oatmeal could rise.