A Texas judge ruled there was sufficient evidence that TransCanada had misled landowners about what would really be flowing through its pipeline.
Did you just die of shock? Sorry if you just died of shock.
From New York and L.A. to small cities in Nebraska and Alaska, childhood obesity rates are inching downward. The reasons aren't yet known.
The D.C. paper of record outdoes itself on putting insider obsequiousness before information.
After kids and conservatives complained, the agency is lifting limits on the amount of meats and grains that can be served in school meals.
There's a glut of natural gas in the U.S., so producers are looking to export overseas.
"Purity, patriotism and reverence for a higher authority" motivate conservatives to care about the environment. Moral arguments, not so much.
Chevron's lawyers are going after shareholders who want the company to face up to damage from extensive pollution in the Ecuadorean rainforest.
Some rural areas are getting a big economic boost from oil and gas development, but many other areas are still struggling.
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