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How does nuclear fit into the U.S. energy equation and what, if anything, should Washington do to support its deployment?
With cold weather and cyberattacks threatening the country's electric grid, what more should Washington do to make sure the lights stay on?
In the days after his speech, Obama visited two facilities that use natural gas.
Should President Obama approve or deny a permit for the Keystone XL pipeline?
How important is President Obama's State of the Union speech to his climate and energy agenda?
Are EPA's climate rules striking the right balance?
What challenges does Washington face with its network of infrastructure—including pipelines, railways, and transmission lines—that move energy around the country?
A federal ban dating back decades that restricts exports of crude oil is suddenly in Washington's crosshairs. Should we get rid of it?
Should policymakers vote to extend tax policies incenting renewable energy, including those for wind energy and biofuels?
How best can the United States use its vast resources of natural gas? Or should we try to wean ourselves off the fuel altogether?