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Judge leans toward asserting right to rule on border wall
A judge who was berated by Donald Trump during the presidential campaign says he's inclined to conclude he can decide a lawsuit that challenges the president's proposed border wall but gave no gave no indication how he'll rule
Trump administration begins testing border wall prototypes to prevent scaling, breach attempts
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) began physically testing the southwest border wall prototypes this week, according to a spokesperson for the department. The start of the official testing period was Nov. 27, but physical tests began Monday, said Carlos Diaz, CBP's public affairs branch
Former NHL player Sean Avery on new memoir
"Ice Capades: A Memoir of Fast Living and Tough Hockey" chronicles Avery's career as an NHL enforcer.
Climate change will cost US hundreds of billions in coming decades, watchdog report says
Congress's top watchdog is out with a report today about the expensive consequences of climate change and is using those numbers to urge President Donald Trump to take action. Over the last decade, extreme weather and fires have cost the federal government over $350 billion, according to a 2016
Conservationist groups announce commitment to retire coal
Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Sierra Club plan to invest in renewable energy in response to the Trump administration's roll-back of the Clean Power Plan.
Coal miner reacts to US withdrawal from Paris Climate Accord
ABC News' Amna Nawaz talks to Wyoming coal miner Stacey Moeller about President Trump's decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Accord.
Trump withdraws US from Paris climate agreement
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and Rob Marciano break down the reactions across Washington and the world in response to the president's announcement.
Congress reacts to Trump withdrawing US from Paris climate accord
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and Rob Marciano talk to Mary Bruce about reactions from Democrats and Republicans on the Hill.
Fiat Chrysler defeat devices allowed less pollution during tests, EPA says
The U.S. government filed suit today against Fiat Chrysler , alleging the automaker equipped more than 100,000 vehicles with so-called defeat devices that circumvent federal emission standards . The software -- installed on diesel-fueled Jeep Grand Cherokee and Ram 1500 in model years 2013 to 2016
Trump's first 100 days of environmental policy
President Donald Trump ’s 100th day in office coincides with planned climate and science marches around the country. The People’s Climate Movement a mega-group with buy-in from Sierra Club, SEIU, NAACP, the National Resources Defense Council and local unions, is planning a protest in Washington,