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  • Senate climate bill: Tougher than House

     
    by Jim Tankersley The Senate's environment committee is set to take up an energy and climate-change bill demanding a 20 percent cut in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by 2020, a stricter target than one approved by the House during the......
  • EPA greenhouse gas regulations coming

     
    by Jim Tankersley The Environmental Protection Agency announced plans today to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, factories and oil refineries - a warning shot to Congress that if it does not move to curb global warming, the Obama......
  • Meg Whitman (eBay): Occasional voter

     
    by Mark Silva Meg Whitman, the billionaire former CEO of eBay running for governor of California as a Republican, says she is ready for a political fight: "It is rough-and-tumble, but I say what I mean and I mean what......
  • Cap and trade vs. 'Cap and tax:' Fight on

     
    by Mark Silva "'Cap and trade' is a loser,'' says former Rep. Harold Ford Jr., a Democrat, and he supports the energy bill that the House has passed by the narrowest of margins. It's the shorthand for the American Clean......
  • Obama: 'Appalled' at Iranian violence

     
    by Christi Parsons and Peter Nicholas President Obama today condemned the ongoing government crackdown on Iranian demonstrators, using his strongest language yet, but declined to spell out consequences for the violence, saying there is still time for...
  • Obama: Energy 'naysayers marginalized'

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, citing a global competition for development of clean-energy alternatives to oil, insisted today that the United States must win that race and called on Congress to enact legislation also intended to curb climate...
  • Cap and trade costly, inaction costlier?

     
    by Mark Silva Will the "cap and trade'' legislation that the House has passed and the Senate is weighing cost people money? "Yes sir,'' says one of the Senate sponsors, Sen. John Kerry. The cost of inaction, he says, is......
  • Al Gore: Climate ripe for action

     
    by Mark Silva On the eve of the publication of his new book, Our Choice, Al Gore, former vice president and senator from Tennessee, Democratic candidate for president in 2000 and winner of the Nobel Prize for Peace in 2007,......
  • Mark Kirk: Sarah Palin courted -- oops

     
    by Mark Silva First Rep. Mark Kirk, the Illinois Republican who has his eyes and fundraising set on President Barack Obama's old Senate seat, voted for a "cap and trade'' energy bill that fellow Republicans like to denounce as "cap......
  • Obama: Energy bill 'extraordinary' step

     
    by Jim Tankersley President Obama this afternoon called a House-passed energy bill "an extraordinary first step" toward curing global warming and reducing fossil fuels, but he expressed reservations about a controversial provision that would slap...
  • Senate climate bill moving without GOP

     
    by Jim Tankersley Democrats on a key Senate committee bypassed a Republican boycott and this morning approved a sweeping plan to limit greenhouse gas emissions, a move meant to reassure other nations as the world prepares for global warming treaty......