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Permits will allow wind-energy companies avoid prosecution for killing or injuring up to 30 eagles a year
President says federal government must lead by example to combat climate change
It was the second major blackout of the year and another stumbling block for President Maduro's government
November 25 assessment by U.S. Geological Survey announces possibility of new petroleum resources in Caribbean.
Concern over reactor stems from West's fear that it could produce plutonium for bombs, which Iran has repeatedly denied
The deal is already facing backlash from a prominent environmentalist and First Nations rights advocate
Anti-nuclear activists protesting the facility over safety concerns deny role in explosions
London residents protest rising energy prices and record profits at 'Big Six' energy companies.
Obama administration takes action for the first time against wind farms for killing eagles
Authorities are investigating the cause of carbon monoxide poisoning at Revenue-Virginius Mine in Ouray County
Local Florida leaders rejected the civil rights leader after he thanked Fidel Castro, Yaser Arafat and Moammar Ghadafi
In his live address, President Barack Obama reflected on Nelson Mandela's legacy