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  • Bringing the US and Africa closer together

    This week, the first and largest U.S.-Africa summit is underway in Washington D.C. Building on President Barack Obama's 2013 trip to Africa, the summit reaffirms what is becoming increasingly apparent to more business and policy leaders every day: that...
  • Obama pledges investment and partnership with Africa

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama on Tuesday promised more than $33 billion in public and private investments in Africa, pledging that the United States wants to deliver business and development to the rapidly booming continent, where China already has...
  • Jodi Gidley, president of Virginia Beach-based Virginia Natural Gas, dies at 49

    Jodi Gidley, president of Virginia Beach-based Virginia Natural Gas, dies at 49
    Jodi Gidley, the president of Virginia Beach-based Virginia Natural Gas and active community leader, died unexpectedly July 31 at age 49. Gidley became president of Virginia Natural Gas in 2007 as it was taking on the construction of a major pipeline...
  • Deal will keep fracking battle off Colorado ballot

    Deal will keep fracking battle off Colorado ballot
    Supporters of two Colorado ballot measures that would have curbed fracking in the state announced late Monday they were standing down, averting an expensive election-year fight that was creating uncertainty in both the governor’s and Senate races....
  • Santa Barbara County oil-drilling project elicits worries

     Santa Barbara County oil-drilling project elicits worries
    It's been 45 years since a calamitous spill off Santa Barbara coated the picturesque coast with oil, killed wildlife and prompted tough new pumping restrictions. But new worries have emerged in Sacramento. It turns out that there was an exemption in a...
  • Some Md. lawmakers oppose seismic testing

    Some Md. lawmakers oppose seismic testing
    Eight Democratic members of Maryland's congressional delegation wrote President Obama Monday urging him to reconsider his administration's plan to allow seismic testing for oil and gas off the mid-Atlantic coast. In a jointly signed letter, the eight...
  • Iraqi government offers Kurds air support against militants

    The Iraqi government said Monday it would offer air support to Kurdish forces fighting to push back Islamist rebels who in recent days have seized new swaths of territory in northern Iraq. The United Nations has warned of a humanitarian tragedy as...
  • In Colorado, lines are drawn for an election battle over fracking

    When Rep. Jared Polis found that a 100-foot tower and a drilling operation had been built last year across the road from his weekend home, he told his story on YouTube, predicting that by fighting for "sensible regulations" he would become the anti-...
  • Warburg Pincus to invest up to $600 million in Zenith Energy

    (Reuters) - Private equity firm Warburg Pincus LLC said on Monday it had agreed to invest up to $600 million in equity in Zenith Energy, a developer and operator of terminals that store and distribute petroleum, natural gas liquids and petrochemicals....
  • Loews profit falls despite gains at CNA Financial

    Loews profit falls despite gains at CNA Financial
    Hotel, energy and financial services conglomerate Loews Corp. reported a 57 percent drop in quarterly profit due to lower earnings from Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc, one of the world's top five offshore rig contractors. Net income attributable to Loews...
  • Deep debt and erratic income pose a challenge for Fullerton family

    Deep debt and erratic income pose a challenge for Fullerton family
    With three children ages 12 to 17, Ross and Michelle Meador are thinking about student debt. They're worried not only about how to fund some 12 years' worth of college classes but also the $450,000 in loans that piled up while Michelle was training to...