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WASHINGTON (AP) — The House has passed a $1 trillion-plus catchall budget bill paying for day-to-day operations of 10 Cabinet departments and averting a government shutdown, while Senate talks on renewing a payroll tax cut and jobless benefits...
American News CorrespondentEditor's note: This is the first of a four-part series of columns by Bob Mercer looking at suggestions for government in 2012. The remaining three columns will appear Sunday, Monday and Tuesday in the American News. PIERRE — If you sit through...
PIERRE — One of South Dakota’s biggest challenges in economic development these days is excess water. The Legislature, based on a worthwhile idea from Sen. Tom Hansen, will decide in the coming days whether to start wading in. The specific...
Tags: Bodies of Water, Politics, Tom Hansen, Rivers
Opinion L.A.Don't believe anybody who tells you today's decision by President Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline was about protecting the environment or destroying American jobs. It was about politics, pure and simple -- and that goes not just for......
Nation NowKeystone XL pipeline: An internal audit released Thursday cleared the State Department of major missteps and conflicts of interest in its three-year environmental review of the Keystone XL pipeline....
Change of SubjectCBS News: Keystone pipeline: How many jobs really at stake? The U.S. State Department calculated last year that the underground pipeline would add 5,000 to 6,000 U.S. jobs. One independent review of Keystone puts that number even lower, with the......
Channel 2 NewsA plan to start building an in-state gasline in the next few years is attracting a lot of attention, but not everyone is sold on the proposal. Among the skeptics are key lawmakers who control how much money the state commits to the project, and who asked...
Tags: Justice System, Laws, Politics, Fairbanks, Alaska
Channel 2 NewsIt's still unclear just how much progress is being made behind the scenes on TransCanada's plan to build a massive gasline from the North Slope through Canada, with millions of Alaska state dollars. Lawmakers once again peppered company vice president...
email@example.comAt the Brown County Fair, people have a craving for Cavemen turkey legs at midnight. Business is strongest at the Country Bar-B-Que food stand about the time the clubhouse is getting ready to shut down each night, said Harvey Menholt, the owner of...
U.S. regulators have allowed a Canadian company to restart its Keystone oil pipeline after completing repairs and safety tests. Oil from the 1,300-mile pipeline that extends from Canada to Oklahoma and Illinois could begin flowing as soon as Sunday under...
A new report says a Canadian company underestimated the potential for spills along the pipeline it wants to build to carry tar sands oil across the Plains to refineries near the Gulf of Mexico. University of Nebraska-Lincoln engineering professor John...
Tags: Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Petroleum Industry
Environmentalists don't like petroleum. They have prevented drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Reserve for decades. They oppose offshore drilling because it threatens the oceans. They don't like oil from the Middle East because it is “unethical oil....
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