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On Energy, Obama’s Got No Friends In Alaska

Environmentalists don't like permits for offshore drilling, while state officials want to see more.

Obama Heads to Alaska to Highlight Glaciers—Not Blow Them Up

Warren G. Harding had a different kind of trip north, and didn't live to tell the tale.


In Smog Rule Fight, Industry Groups Make their Push in Purple States

A methodical ad campaign targets swing states on the controversial regulation.

Solyndra: What a Mess

The Energy Department's internal watchdog says the failed solar company that took half a billion dollars in taxpayer money may have knowingly misled federal officials.

President Obama Brings His Climate Plan to Your House

In Las Vegas speech, Obama says conservatives are out of touch on energy.

What the Drop in Oil Prices Means For International Diplomacy

As oil prices plummet, countries that are fiscally dependent on crude exports could be hit hardest. 

Harry Reid's Backing Boosts Iran Deal's Chances

The top Senate Democrat is at odds on the issue with his likely successor, Chuck Schumer.

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