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Fracking could play a role in helping Republicans take back the White House.

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The shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico have unexpectedly become a hotbed of activity again.

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How Should Climate Change Be Taught?

A patchwork of state science standards has left the door open for climate denial to get equal airtime in schools. 

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Should the U.S. use its diplomatic muscle to sway energy policy abroad? 

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