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  • Pope challenges world to clean up its filth

    Pope Francis' plea to make the state of the environment a central moral issue of our age has been greeted with applause from climate activists and a wide range of church, science and government leaders, but dismissive shrugs from those who doubt climate change.
  • Feds say Southwest, Northwest could see major wildfires

    The Southwest and Northwest could face potentially catastrophic wildfires this summer, despite an unusually wet May over much of the nation, the Obama administration has warned. "We've been very fortunate here in the central part of the country to have...

    Feds say Southwest, Northwest could see catastrophic fires

    Despite a wet spring over much of the nation, the Obama administration warned Tuesday of potentially catastrophic wildfires this summer, especially in the Southwest and Northwest. "We've been very fortunate here in the central part of the country to have...

    Outside groups wage ad war for votes on Export-Import Bank

    WASHINGTON Rep. Chris Stewart represents Utah's solidly red 2nd District. And he sounds like it. "Oh yeah, duh," he told CQ Roll Call when asked whether he thought the free market could do a better job than the government promoting U.S. exports overseas....

    Imperiled bird, the greater sage grouse, is key to land preservation plan

    Imperiled bird, the greater sage grouse, is key to land preservation plan
    The greater sage grouse once numbered into the millions, but its population has shrunk to no more than hundreds of thousands as human developments have expanded across 10 western states. Now, the fate of the imperiled bird, is at the center of a...