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The Leader in Energy and Environment News
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    Wild elephants trampled to death sleeping Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh early Saturday, killing three children and one woman.

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    Wildfires in parts of northern and central Portugal have killed at least 27 people and left dozens more injured or missing, officials said today. It's the country's second fire-related tragedy in four months.

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    Residents of Yellville, Ark., watched Saturday as a phantom pilot dropped live turkeys out of a small airplane, a bizarre annual tradition that has persisted in the tiny town much to the chagrin of animal rights activists.

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    A Montana asbestos-disposal contractor is launching a legal fight with the state's environmental regulator, arguing the agency is not properly enforcing laws meant to ensure that asbestos waste is handled safely and properly disposed of in landfills.

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    California has become the first state to require companies to broadly disclose hazardous chemicals in cleaning products.

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    The Colorado River Indian Tribes get about 24 percent of Arizona's allotment of Colorado River water. They are hoping to lease some of that prized water to the rest of Arizona to gain a profit.

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    Ford Motor Co. will offer free repairs to North American owners of over 1.4 million Explorer SUVs over concerns that carbon monoxide and other exhaust gases may be getting inside.

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    Tesla Inc. fired hundreds of workers last week based on a series of performance reviews that accompanied a massive expansion.

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    An oil platform near New Orleans exploded last night, injuring seven people and leaving one worker missing.

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    California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed a bill last night to require state agencies to take climate change into account when building infrastructure.

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    U.S. EPA's plan for meeting regional haze requirements in Texas is a "bait and switch," environmental groups charge in a new court filing that accuses the agency of illegally ignoring public input requirements and asks a federal judge to order EPA to submit an acceptable replacement within 30 days.

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    Unmoved by warnings of new regulations' "horrible" consequences for an Iowa city, a federal court has snuffed a local power producer's attempt to shield a 35-megawatt generating unit from added emission curbs.

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    A Tyrannosaurus fossil was airlifted yesterday from Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument to a natural history museum.

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    Three dozen Canada geese have been found dead in a popular birding park in Malone, N.Y., near the Canadian border.

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    As fire crews make progress in containing the most destructive wildfires in California history, thousands of people can return to their homes.

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    Tropical Storm Ophelia made landfall this morning as Ireland's worst storm in half a century.

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    Here come the new Interior Department uniforms, greener than ever.

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    Retired judge Russell Fagg this weekend announced a bid to challenge Montana Sen. Jon Tester in 2018, adding a well-known name to the field of Republicans lining up to oppose the vulnerable Democrat.

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    California's Senate President Pro Tempore Kevin de León (D) has made it official: He's challenging California Sen. Dianne Feinstein's (D) re-election bid next year.

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    Three conservation groups representing Western rural communities and interests announced a new coalition aimed to influence federal policy on large-scale resource planning, including cooperative management of private and public lands.

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    The Interior Department today today named wildland firefighter and seasoned federal administrator Bryan Rice as the new director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

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    A key member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission today tried to calm jitters around an Energy Department directive that would bolster coal and nuclear plants.

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    The acting chief of U.S. EPA's research office and its acting science adviser is retiring after more than 40 years at the agency.

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    The Interior Department is exploring a proposal to exchange two parcels owned by an Alaskan tribal corporation for lands within the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge that would be used to route a controversial gravel road through a wilderness area.

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    Justice Neil Gorsuch's skepticism over the deference courts should give federal agencies is already showing in his brief time on the Supreme Court bench.

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    U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt moved today to curb settlements with environmental groups, a practice critics say the Obama administration used to issue new regulations.