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Supreme Court wades into battle over Atlantic Coast Pipeline

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to wade into a long-running battle between developers of a 605-mile natural gas pipeline and environmental groups who oppose the project

Markets tank on concern about virus impact on world economy

Shares are down sharply and gold prices have surged following reports of a jump in new virus cases outside China

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's tax fictions; Dem debate misfires

President Donald Trump is spreading falsehoods on taxes and trade

Asian shares take hit as new virus cases jump outside China

Shares are falling in Asia after reports of a surge in new virus cases outside China

Teck pulls application to build huge Alberta oil sands mine

A Canadian company has withdrawn its application for the federal government to approve a proposed open-pit oil sands mine in Alberta

Stalled mega power project in central Mexico stirs discord

The thermo-electric plant looms over Huexca, a farm hamlet in central Mexico where many people view it as a sleeping monster

US gas prices steady at $2.53 per gallon over past 2 weeks

The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline remained steady at $2.53 per gallon over the past two weeks

Officials target electrocution as leading bald eagle killer

Wildlife authorities and utility officials are taking aim at one of the leading killers of bald eagles in New Jersey — electrocution on power lines

Tribes turn to other heat sources after coal mine closure

Navajo and Hopi families in northeastern Arizona that have long relied on coal to heat their homes are looking to other sources after last year's closure of a coal mine

Education group lawsuit accuses ex-leader of stealing $200K

An educational organization that promotes the oil, gas, mining and timber industries in Alaska has sued its former executive director, accusing her of stealing more than $200,000

Last smokestack demolished at former coal-fired power plant

The only remaining smokestack at Massachusetts' last coal-fired power plant was demolished

Industrial gas company reaches Clean Air Act settlement

An industrial and medical gas company in the Tri-Cities region has agreed to pay $100,000 to settle allegations that it didn’t meet some risk management standards set under the federal Clean Air Act

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