Someone please tell Scott Pruitt that air pollution leads to more deaths than fuel efficiency standards.

(Well, maybe this strategy is not exactly new.) This time, Pruitt is saying that fuel economy standards are actually killing people. His argument is twofold: First, he contends that the rules force automakers to build lighter vehicles, which don’t hold ...

Rolling back fuel economy standards could mean bigger cars — and less progress on climate change

Gas prices have been so low in recent years that more Americans are choosing to buy bigger vehicles, a trend that has stymied efforts to cut auto emissions. One thing reining in consumer appetite for trucks and SUVs has been tough fuel economy standards ...