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Why squirrels are nuts about solar panels
BP ends cleanup of oil spill in Gulf of Mexico
Drilling for (virtual) oil in industry's new online game
Solar power shines in oil-rich Saudi Arabia
GM offers $5,000 discount on Chevy Volt to boost sales
Libya oil production slows as world looks elsewhere for fuel
In Amish country, trading fracking rights for a pittance
Sanctions won't stop Pakistan from Iran natural gas
In global climate change fight, what can we learn from Kyoto?
What caused Indiana's sudden spike in gas prices?
Asia pushes for free-market liquefied natural gas
$500 a barrel? How high could oil prices rise?
Rail vs. pipeline: How should we ship oil?
China boosts oil presence in turbulent Myanmar
Exxon’s $100 million algae biofuel investment comes up short
Has Canada bet too much on oil?
Iran's new president unlikely to reverse tightening sanctions
Energy economics: What's next for gas prices?
Energy secretary calls for review of US natural gas exports
The race against time for liquefied natural gas
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China to Russia: You're putting us in a tight spot
Protests in Kashmir after 67 students suspended for cheering the wrong team
Sen. Bob Corker 'disappointed' in US handling of Syrian humanitarian crisis
Is military better handling its sexual assault problem? Congress is watching.
Portrait of Millennials: Call them Generation Unaffiliated
Obama, touting a college education, urges seniors: fill out financial aid form
US economy adds 175,000 jobs despite hard winter: Is stronger growth ahead?
The 2014 Oscars: and the winner is...!
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Russia and the West are both being played by Ukraine's political elites
The ivory police
Safeway sold for $9.4 billion, will merge with Albertsons
International Women's Day 2014: Women in tech make strides
Chapter & Verse
Pastor reportedly buys his way onto New York Times bestseller list
Mass. upskirt photos now illegal as lawmakers keep their promise
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Why President Obama stopped calling Turkish leader Erdogan
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