That's what a consumer advocacy group argues, adding the project would mostly benefit multinational oil giants.
The nation's power infrastructure is an aging, dangerous mess, and conflicting interests remain an obstacle to needed improvements.
A new study finds overall US conditions have improved slightly, but the regional picture features some hard driving.
The Swedish furniture giant is working with the UN to create easily built, durable, solar-powered homes for the world's displaced.
From Connecticut to Wyoming, lawmakers are turning to these hikes to fund long overdue road and infrastructure projects.
Long regarded for a far more durable product, the 2,000-year-old recipe is also better environmentally than current processes.
The Dow and S&P 500 move lower, but the major indexes are enjoying their best week since 2009. Big Thanksgiving promotions worked for many retailers. Automakers report strong November sales. Oil briefly falls below $100.
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