Is The United States Going To Go To War With Syria Over A Natural Gas Pipeline?
Michael Snyder | Why has the little nation of Qatar spent 3 billion dollars to support the rebels in Syria?

by Michael Snyder

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Planet Infowars | Anyone know anything about this?

by Planet Infowars

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Al-Jazeera | How will a war impact the U.S. energy sector?

by Al-Jazeera

Tepco Lies Again, Admits Radioactive Leak "May" Have Started A Month Earlier
Zero Hedge | Turns out the company lied. Again.

by Zero Hedge

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Mikael Thalen | Couple refuses to pay monthly fine to install new smart meter on their home.

by Mikael Thalen

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The Telegraph | Egypt holds strategic routes for Persian Gulf oil shipments.

by The Telegraph

Faultless in Fukushima: Media says ex-Japan PM escapes blame over nuclear accident
RT | Japanese prosecutors are unlikely to press charges against former prime minister, as well as utility executives.


New Study Finds High Levels of Arsenic in Groundwater Near Fracking Sites
Pro Publica | Study found elevated levels of arsenic and other heavy metals in groundwater near natural gas fracking sites in Texas’ Barnett Shale.

by Pro Publica

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Reuters | Oil at $107 a barrel.

by Reuters

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RT | EPA denies fracking caused water contamination in Wyoming. Agency declares investigation is closed.

by RT

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Washington Post | Obama’s lays out plans to nationally reduce carbon pollution.

by Washington Post

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Huffington Post | Kentucky miner receives big victory after winning discrimination case against former employer.

by Huffington Post

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Bloomberg | Increase of ‘social cost of carbon’ adjusts calculation government uses to weigh costs and benefits of proposed regulations.

by Bloomberg