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Gas Drilling Is Polluting Water, But Don't Blame Fracking

The natural-gas-drilling surge is polluting groundwater, but that doesn't mean the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing is to blame. At least not directly.

Hill Agenda This Week: Fund the Government and Arm Syrian Rebels

Congress has plenty to tackle in its last week before leaving town to campaign, including acting on Obama's request for help to fight ISIS.

 

And Now, This Weekend's Space-Weather Forecast

Cloudy with a chance of solar radiation and minor disruptions to the U.S. power grid and satellites.

The Climate Change Trap

When it comes to energy and the environment, basic matters such as cost and cleanliness—will the water be pure? will the air be clean?—are voters' chief interests.

Russia's Militarization of the North Pole Has U.S. Lawmakers on Edge

Moscow is beefing up its military presence in the Arctic region at a faster rate than any other polar nation.

Lawmaker: Regulators’ Oil-Train Safety Push Could Be Climate-Change Policy in Disguise

A House Republican suggested the Transportation Department is hiding a stealth global-warming policy behind the guise of a rail-safety crackdown.

Bell-Bottom Blues: Think Tank Charges Policymakers With Replaying That 70s Show on Oil Exports

A new report predicts that ending the export ban would add jobs, lower gasoline prices, and enhance energy security.

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Gas Drilling Is Polluting Water, But Don't Blame Fracking

The natural-gas-drilling surge is polluting groundwater, but that doesn't mean the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing is to blame. At least not directly.

Hill Agenda This Week: Fund the Government and Arm Syrian Rebels

Congress has plenty to tackle in its last week before leaving town to campaign, including acting on Obama's request for help to fight ISIS.

 

And Now, This Weekend's Space-Weather Forecast

Cloudy with a chance of solar radiation and minor disruptions to the U.S. power grid and satellites.

The Climate Change Trap

When it comes to energy and the environment, basic matters such as cost and cleanliness—will the water be pure? will the air be clean?—are voters' chief interests.

Russia's Militarization of the North Pole Has U.S. Lawmakers on Edge

Moscow is beefing up its military presence in the Arctic region at a faster rate than any other polar nation.

Lawmaker: Regulators’ Oil-Train Safety Push Could Be Climate-Change Policy in Disguise

A House Republican suggested the Transportation Department is hiding a stealth global-warming policy behind the guise of a rail-safety crackdown.

Bell-Bottom Blues: Think Tank Charges Policymakers With Replaying That 70s Show on Oil Exports

A new report predicts that ending the export ban would add jobs, lower gasoline prices, and enhance energy security.

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