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Anti-pipeline advocates say federal suit filed by Energy Transfer Partners is frivolous, could set a dangerous precedent
As Texans in the Rio Grande Valley prepare for Hurricane Harvey, the U.S. Border Patrol said its checkpoints north of the border will remain open.
Good food advocates, grocery chains, and food writers are all watching closely to see what comes next.
The cuts would cripple NOAA’s ability to keep afloat its satellites and data-gathering activities, affecting those depending on it when planning for snowstorms and hurricanes.
The storm has rapidly strengthened into a Category 3 major hurricane.
And it's not a good sign.
Corpus Christi’s oil infrastructure has grown tremendously over the past decade.
The Interior secretary is planning to make some changes.
Expected to hit as a Category 3 storm, Harvey could bring up to 30 inches of rain to parts of Texas and Louisiana.
Eastern states are squeezing down the cap on greenhouse gas emissions.
As much as 40 inches of rain could hit parts of Texas and Louisiana. Meteorologists are getting worried.
What's clean coal? Let's ask Trump. Oh, dear.
California is trying to provide a model for others. This is an early sign of success.
The interior secretary apparently makes breakfast in dress shoes and a tie.
Exxon “contributed quietly to the science and loudly to raising doubts about it.”
Solar companies essentially said, “bring it on.”
Oh, by the way -- it’s peak hurricane season.
“We didn’t see this coming.”
This is bad news for people living near mountaintop coal removal sites.
Bottled water companies have been waiting for this for years.