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US quietly publishes once-expunged papers on 1953 Iran coup
State Department documents on US-backed 1953 Iran coup offer glimpse at events that pushed country to Islamic Revolution
Tropical Storm Cindy bears down on the Gulf Coast
A 10-year-old boy died in Alabama today after suffering an injury related to Tropical Storm Cindy, according to police.
Tropical Storm Cindy brings rain, flooding dangers to Gulf Coast
The governor of Alabama declared a state of emergency due to flooding concerns while a Georgia family had to be rescued after their home was overtaken by flood waters.
Tropical storm forms in the Gulf of Mexico
Florida, New Orleans and Alabama prepare for torrential rain, dangerous high tides and rip currents.
Tax overhaul in trouble as opposition to import tax grows
Lawmakers are scrambling to save one of President Donald Trump's biggest initiatives _ a tax overhaul
Guyana allows ExxonMobil, partners to start drilling for oil
Guyana issues first oil and gas license to ExxonMobil after the U.S. oil giant said it made "significant" oil discoveries off the South American country's coast
Ruling on Dakota Access pipeline surprises oil industry
A judge's ruling that might open the door for at least a temporary shutdown of the disputed Dakota Access pipeline has surprised the industry
Agencies slow methane rules opposed by oil, gas industry
The Trump administration is delaying two Obama-era regulations aimed at restricting harmful methane emissions from oil and gas production
How the US coal industry is reacting to the Paris Climate Accord withdrawal
While the global reaction to President Donald Trump 's decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement was largely critical, at least one energy industry important to Trump celebrated his decision to break from the accord -- the coal industry. Four of the five largest coal producer companies
Trump likely to withdraw US from Paris climate accord, senior WH official says
President Trump is likely to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord, a move that would fulfill a key campaign promise and upend a signature achievement of his predecessor, administration officials told ABC News. Although the officials caution no decision is final until the