By Tom Steward | Watchdog Minnesota Bureau
MINNEAPOLIS — The extreme-green makeover of the Bishop Henry Whipple Federal Building is like an ad on late-night TV. You know, those ads in which the seller fills the offer with so many bells and whistles the customer — the taxpayer in this case — orders way more than he [...]
By Eric Boehm | PA Independent
HARRISBURG — Attorneys general from more than a dozen states are threatening to bring a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency because of new rules they say will harm the coal industry.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is notably absent from that list.
The regulations announced last week would require coal-fired power plants [...]
Leslie Endean-Singh is running an upstart campaign to unseat Republican Rep. Steve Pearce, but can a Democrat who says “we don’t need to expand oil” win in a congressional district that includes New Mexico’s Oil Patch?Read More →
A state law could lead, with the blessing of local governments, to solar panels in parks and on other public property.Read More →
Not only can you “actually see Russia” from some parts of Alaska, but you may also see the wrong end of a missile launched from North Korea.Read More →