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Ugly Day for Walter Energy, Coal Stocks
Aaron Task breaks down the falling stock and the future of coal.
Senate Bill Would Promote Wide Variety of Energy Sources
A bill approved by the Senate Wednesday promotes a wide variety of energy sources, from renewables such as solar and wind power to natural gas, hydropower and geothermal energy
Former US Navy Pilot Takes Longboards to a New Level
Denver — Former U.S. Navy pilot Michael Maloney wasn’t a big skateboard fan when he was a kid. Growing up in Ft. Collins, Colorado, he remembers screwing roller-skate wheels into pieces of wood because he couldn’t afford to buy a board. Today the former...
GMA LIVE! (01.28.14)
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Water 'Fine' for Some in Charleston as Chemical Leak Reaches Cincinnati
In Charleston, W.Va., Eloise Demint was given the green light today that her water was finally safe to drink again, as communities more than 250 miles away from the original site of last week’s chemical leak learned they were now in its path Demint was...
300,000 Residents Told to Avoid Contact With Water in W. Virginia
Officials update public on health risks of consuming tainted water in areas surrounding Charleston.
Charleston Told Not to Drink Water After Chemical Leak
Officials had "no timeline" for when a ban on water would be lifted after the chemical MCHM was found to have contaminated the Kanawha Valley water system in West Virginia, affecting up to 300,000 people. "We don't know that the water's not safe, but I can't say it is safe," West Virginia American
Obama to Take Action on Global Climate Change
The president announces his plans to boost renewable energy, increase efficiency standards.
Obama vs. Obama on Coal Production
The president’s tough new actions today to fight coal-fired carbon emissions have won praise from environmentalists and sent coal company stocks tumbling on fears the new regulations will force older coal plants to shut down. But just last year, President Obama – eager to woo...