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Arrest Made In Decadelong Cold Case After Podcast Renews National Attention

Tara Grinstead, a teacher in Ocilla, Georgia, was last seen on Oct. 22, 2005. After more than a decade of false leads and dead ends, police arrested the individual they believe is responsible for her death. On Thursday, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced that Ryan Alexander Duke was arrested in connection to Grinstead’s murder. Show More Summary

RFA accentuates the positive as America’s ethanol awaits Trump effect

When Bob Dinneen stepped up to address the National Ethanol Conference this week, the house was packed. The CEO and president of the Renewable Fuels Association is an undoubted highlight of the event, bringing his passion and energyShow More Summary

NATO Renewable Energy To Penetrate Into Russian Petro-State

Renewable energy companies from three EU member nations, Finland, Germany and the Netherlands have just announced they will finance and build a total of 735 megawatts of wind power in Russia, the most dangerous petro-state on NATO’s border. Show More Summary

'Blood on the Mountain' exposes the human costs of coal mining

3 days agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

President Donald Trump has promised to return the U.S. coal sector to its glory days.  Experts say that isn't likely to happen, given the nation's shift toward natural gas and renewable energy. But if the coal sector does rebound, it'd be a boon for thousands of laid-off miners and struggling coal towns. Show More Summary

State of the Ethanol Industry from #RFANEC

Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) President and CEO Bob Dinneen gave his annual State of the Industry address at the National Ethanol Conference today, addressing more than 1,000 attendees in San Diego. Last year was “a record year for production, a record year for net exports, a record year for domestic demand, and a record year for E15 sales and infrastructure... Read More

$1.8 Billion Of India’s Coal Tax Invested In Renewable Energy So Far

The Ministry of Finance in India recently revealed that it has allocated Rs 12,430 crore ($1.8 billion) from the National Clean Energy Fund to the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy. $1.8 Billion Of India’s Coal Tax Invested In Renewable...Show More Summary

Italy's Renzi resigns as party chief, seeks renewed mandate

Former Italian Premier Matteo Renzi has resigned as Democratic Party leader in a bid to win a fresh, stronger mandate before the national election in which populist political forces are … Click to Continue »

‘Doc McStuffins’/’Winnie The Pooh’ Crossover; ‘McStuffins’ Renewed For Season 5

Doc McStuffins had the opportunity to repair Winnie the Pooh’s injured tummy in a special crossover episode that aired last month, according to DisZine. Happy National Winnie the Pooh Day! Be sure to catch him on Doc McStuffins today...Show More Summary

Evinrude Renews Partnership with Cabela’s National Walleye Tour

Agreement includes contingency at all events NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. (February 15, 2017) – Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP), makers of Evinrude E-TEC outboards, has re-joined the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour (NWT) as an official sponsor for the 2017 season. Show More Summary

Trump Wants to Bring Back Torture—For Thousands of Americans, It Never Went Away

Click here for reuse options! Nearly 100,000 Americans are held in solitary confinement. Among the many calamities ushered in by the Trump era is a renewal of the national debate over the legitimacy of physical torture. The President,...Show More Summary

Democrats keep up the pressure on Russia sanctions and investigation

Democrats are tackling Donald Trump’s relationship with Russia from multiple directions in the wake of Michael Flynn’s resignation as national security adviser. On Wednesday, Democrats renewed their call for an independent investigation...Show More Summary

The Latest: Trump denounces 'Russian connection non-sense'

President Donald Trump is renewing his attack on the "fake news media" amid the widening controversy surrounding the ouster of his national security adviser and talk of Congress investigations of purported Russian meddling in the U.S. Show More Summary

How Hawaii’s New Shared Renewables Program Could Benefit the Electric Grid

Hawaii will move ahead with a first-of-its-kind community renewables program designed to incentivize dispatchable power at times of peak grid demand. The island state leads the nation in rooftop solar per capita, but many who live there cannot participate in that market. Show More Summary

Solar energy can power communities

As renewable energy development continues to surge across the nation, many Midwestern states are building more local renewable energy to meet consumers' needs. Nebraska has significant renewable energy resources with the third best wind energy potential in the country, and ranks 13th in solar energy potential. Show More Summary

Michael Flynn Led 'Lock Her Up' Chants At The RNC Last Summer

This clip isn’t aging well for Michael Flynn, who resigned as President Donald Trump’s national security advisor late Monday: If you need your faith in karma renewed, here's Michael Flynn accusing Hillary of being a security risk and leading a LOCK HER UP chant. Show More Summary

Irish Setter Renews Commitment to Conservation

Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever is excited to announce Irish Setter Boots as a renewing national sponsor and the official upland hunting boot of “The Habitat Organization.” This post Irish Setter Renews Commitment to Conservation appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Toward a National Renewal of Evangelism through the Local Church in Our Day

Americans are far more open to the gospel than you may imagine We need the fire for evangelism to spread across the Church in our day, but will it? As I see it, there are at least four main barriers keeping the Church from a passionate pursuit of evangelism. #1. Show More Summary

Eurozone chief heads to Brussels to give Greece talks a push

The eurozone's top official is travelling to Brussels to make progress in talks on Greece's bailout program, amid renewed unrest about the pace of reform in the debt-laden nation. Dutch … Click to Continue »

NBN Half-Year Results: Australians Are Still Choosing Price Over Speed

While the National Broadband Network (NBN) is offering higher speeds, Australians continue to opt for the cheaper and slower plans, according to NBN Co during its half-year financial results presentation. As it renews its focus to ramp...Show More Summary

Solar can serve communities

As renewable energy development continues to surge across the nation, states like Nebraska are building more local renewable energy to meet consumer needs. Nebraska has significant renewable energy resources, ranking 13th for solar energy potential, but still relies heavily on fossil fuels like coal to generate our power. Show More Summary

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