The media, of course, played up the apparent contradiction instead of the science.
Committee chair Rep. Smith has suggested that the threat of climate change is overblown, but now worries about space rocks.
Depending on who you ask, there were 30,000, 40,000, even 50,000 people in Washington, D.C. Sunday to lobby for political action on climate change.
We wish them all the success in the world.
Canadian oil is having trouble getting south (thanks, Keystone protesters!), so pipeline companies might convert natural-gas pipelines to crude.
What we know about him: He can use Twitter; he is friendly.
Natural gas is losing market share in electricity generation again, as prices increase.
As we suggested earlier this week, the president's threat to work around Congress lacks teeth.
D&L Energy was caught red-handed dumping tens of thousands of gallons of fracking wastewater into an Ohio sewer.