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Obama to Take Action on Global Climate Change
The president announces his plans to boost renewable energy, increase efficiency standards.
Oklahoma Tornado and 7 Other Billion Dollar Natural Disasters
Here Are Seven U.S. Natural Disasters That Each Cost At Least a Billion Dollars
Oklahoma Wildfires: More Residents Evacuated
where raging fires get a powerful second wind. Sending families fleeing again. Mike boettcher is there tonight. Reporter: Once more, fire had everything in its disposal, heat, winds, no rain. Fires dotted the landscape. Oklahomans fought back with futile effort. Is. It looks like dynamite going
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Heat Wave Raising Food Prices; Chick-fil-A Backlash: Politicians, Muppets Respond
Heat Wave Raising Food Prices
important economic news, for every family heading to a supermarket. The government's top food economist said today the price of virtually every item in the american grocery cart is about to rise, because of the extreme weather. How much? And when? Abc's senior national correspondent jim avila tells
Roundtable III: Global Warming Debate
Good morning I'm meteorologist it is the Central Park when an extreme historic weather week and is the heat has ferocious nationwide around 2000 record highs set this month alone the middle of the country hardest hit. Saint Louis with ten consecutive triple digit days but it's not just heat across
Bobby Jindal and Martin O'Malley Debate
Economic recovery stall this kick in the get. As captain and another bleak job reports we've got to Refocus as the presidential race on the struggling economy the big questions him President Obama turned the economic before November. And Mitt Romney convince voters he can do better. Two governors'
'This Week' Transcript: Gov. Bobby Jindal and Gov. Martin O'Malley
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) MORAN (voice-over): Good morning, and welcome to "This Week." The economic recovery, strong. ROMNEY: This kick in the gut has got to end. MORAN: Another bleak jobs report. OBAMA: We've got to grow the economy even faster, and we've got to put even more people back to work. MORAN:
Heat Wave in North, Snowstorm in South
Winter officially ends tonight tomorrow the first day of spring. But as so many of us know this is spring gone wild overnight twisters were telling through the heartland. In the east more than thirteen hundred heat records were broken in one week and in the southwest a rampaging snowstorm. ABC's
Heat Wave Sweeps US; NOAA Says Spring Flood Risk Low
ABC News Alexa Keyes reports: For the first time in four years, there is no major flood risk warning in effect for any part of the United States, according to NOAA’s annual Spring Outlook. “The U.S. is getting a much needed spring break,” said...