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Patrick Reis is policy editor for National Journal. He has previously worked at POLITICO, Greenwire and Seattle's Real Change News. He likes dogs and dislikes writing about himself.
A string of untimely animal deaths have raised questions about management, but biologists say the truth behind the deaths is even more disturbing.
With Russia making moves, two candidates are racing to trumpet their (nearly identical) plans to push back.
The president is phasing in a new approach, but he's doing it slowly.
Contagious tumors have pushed the creatures to the brink of oblivion, but scientists say they can protect just enough of them to save the species.
Ernest Moniz was the administration's "designated survivor" during the State of the Union.
And it might just have bought a prehistoric crocodile, too.
The race is on to make America the Saudi Arabia of natural gas, but not everyone is in love with the idea of the U.S. becoming a major gas exporter.