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  • Truth about climate change hoax emerges

    I am a libertarian and mind my own business. Live and let live and try not to be a hypocrite are a couple of rules I live by. This leads me to several recent Morning Call articles: "Williams residents oppose gas pipeline," "PennEast Pipeline officials...
  • Oil price drop threatens to hit Russia, Iran harder than sanctions

    Oil price drop threatens to hit Russia, Iran harder than sanctions
    A drop in global oil prices, driven in part by a boom in U.S. shale oil production, is threatening to hit the economies of energy-exporting Russia and Iran harder than Western economic sanctions have done. Prices have fallen about 20% on world markets...
  • Fracking drives growth in sand mining, raises new health-risk questions

    WASHINGTON Demand is exploding for the huge amounts of sand used in fracking, creating a windfall for mines from Texas to Wisconsin but leading to worries about the health impacts of breathing silica dust. Drillers are expected to use nearly 95 billion...
  • Swiss govt: 'Yes' in anti-immigration vote next month would damage EU ties

    ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland's government said on Tuesday that a result in favor of severely limiting immigration in a Nov. 30 referendum would imperil ongoing negotiations with the European Union after a similar anti-immigration vote in February...
  • Home heating cost relief

    Home heating cost relief
    There's good news on the home heating front. Heating costs are expected to be significantly lower this winter, especially for anyone who relies on home heating oil, according to forecasts by the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Oil customers...
  • Unemployment insurance program getting help in ferreting out fraud

    Unemployment insurance program getting help in ferreting out fraud
    California's troubled unemployment insurance program is getting a little more high-tech. In recent years, the state Employment Development Department has been plagued by breakdowns of a 30-year-old computer system. Staffers were forced to spend extra...
  • Governor's power play

    The energy plan proposed earlier this month by Gov. Terry McAuliffe casts a wide net. The "all-of-the-above" strategy would see the commonwealth continue and expand production of legacy fuel sources including coal, natural gas and nuclear while...
  • Facing new oil glut, Saudis avoid 1980s mistakes to halt price slide

    DUBAI (Reuters) - Still haunted by its failed attempt to prevent a steep drop in oil prices by slashing production by almost three quarters in the 1980s, the world's top oil exporter Saudi Arabia is determined not to make the same mistake again. The...
  • Companies must disclose the public health impact of fracking [Letter]

    Companies must disclose the public health impact of fracking [Letter]
    I wish to add some thoughts further thoughts regarding your editorial "Fracking still worrisome" (Oct. 7) and Robert S. Lawrence's commentary "Ban fracking, O'Malley" (Oct. 10). Fracking companies have worked very hard to shield from public scrutiny and...
  • Gas leak temporarily closes stores at Bolingbrook mall

    Gas leak temporarily closes stores at Bolingbrook mall
    A natural gas leak caused numerous stores at Bolingbrook’s Promenade mall to close Tuesday afternoon, according to police. Police were notified of a natural gas odor at the mall at about 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, police said. Officers met with Nicor...
  • Ample crude supply continues to push down gas prices

    Ample crude supply continues to push down gas prices
    Gas prices are falling in Chicago and across the country thanks to ample supplies of crude oil and, some analysts say, a looming price war among oil-producing countries in the Middle East. A gallon of regular unleaded gas averaged $3.26 in the U.S. on...