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Report: State Department to Approve Keystone Pipeline Friday

The Trump administration will approve the Keystone XL pipeline Friday, senior U.S. officials say, ending years of delay for a project that has served as a flashpoint in the national debate about..
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California fuel standards to get critical review

Environmental and consumer advocates say the review is critical following President Donald Trump's decision to re-examine rules governing gas mileage and establish one fuel mileage requirement for..
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News video: Senate Votes to Overturn FCC Broadband Privacy Rule

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Mar.23 -- Senators voted to overturn an FCC regulation that passed late in the Obama administration, aimed at protecting broadband customers’ private information. Bloomberg Intelligence's Matthew..
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News video: Rusty Patched Bumblebee Now Listed as Endangered

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The rusty patched bumblebee is the first bee in the contiguous 48 states to be given federal protection.
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News video: Oil Companies Downplay Energy Rule Impact

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President Donald Trump’s White House thinks his plans to slash environmental regulations will trigger a new energy boom, and help the United States become independent from foreign oil. However, top..
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News video: House Intel Committee Leads Split Over Trump Surveillance

House Intel Committee Leads Split Over Trump Surveillance 02:07

It stems from the chairman's comments that U.S. intelligence "incidentally collected" information about Trump transition members.
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News video: Spicer: Manafort is ‘subject of rampant media speculation’

Spicer: Manafort is ‘subject of rampant media speculation’ 03:57

White House press secretary Sean Spicer on March 22 said Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, is the “subject of rampant media speculation.”
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Dynamics Of Russian Power In Moldova – Analysis

dynamics of russian power in moldova – analysis
By Andrey Devyatkov* (FPRI) — Is Russian influence in Moldova expanding or declining? The real picture is mixed. This article argues that over the last ten years Russian influence has ceased to be..
Eurasia Review

Iran’s Soleimani Must Be Brought To Justice – OpEd

By Oubai Shahbandar* Tehran is now sending advanced weaponry and seasoned advisers to support Houthi extremists in Yemen, according to recent revelations first reported by Reuters. The effort is led..
Eurasia Review

California passes nation’s toughest methane emission regulations

California air quality officials have approved what are widely considered to be the most rigorous and comprehensive regulations in the country for controlling methane emissions, a move that helps..

Nunes To Hannity: I Had An 'Obligation' To Tell Trump About Surveillance Claims

House intelligence committee chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) defended himself Thursday following blistering attacks from his colleagues for presenting President Donald Trump with claims the president..
Huffington Post

Report: GOP Expects 'Smoking Gun' on Obama Surveillance

Republicans in Congress are expecting a "smoking gun" showing the Obama administration intentionally spied on Trump associates, and possibly President Donald Trump himself, Fox News reported.

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