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Ruling Finds Solar Panels From China Hurt U.S. Makers
by Jeff Brady
22 Sep 2017 at 1:14pm
Installing solar panels on your home could become more expensive, depending on how President Trump responds to a decision Friday by the U.S. International Trade Commission.

Fuel Shortages And The North Korean Economy, Explained
by Elise Hu
18 Sep 2017 at 7:27am
A recent tweet by President Trump about long gas lines in North Korea reopens questions about what's going on in the country's opaque economy after several rounds of economic sanctions.

Anab Jain: Can A Glimpse Of Tomorrow, Change Our Decisions Today?
by NPR/TED Staff
15 Sep 2017 at 6:52am
It's hard to imagine how the future might look and feel. Anab Jain wants to change that. She designs prototypes of potentially grim futures to raise awareness of our choices in the present.

With Power Out, Many Florida Gas Stations Remain Closed
by Jim Zarroli
12 Sep 2017 at 1:56pm
A lot of people evacuated from Florida in anticipation of Hurricane Irma. Now they desperately want to come home, but the lack of fuel is making that tough.

New Wind Farms Cause Friction In The Sky Over Military Flight Routes
by Joe Wertz
11 Sep 2017 at 9:34am
As wind farms expand across the country some are facing new opposition. Military bases complain the tall turbines interfere with their training flights and safety of their pilots.

Florida Suffers Growing Gasoline Shortage As Residents Prepare For Irma
by Jim Zarroli
8 Sep 2017 at 1:30pm
Refineries were already affected by Hurricane Harvey. Now comes Irma, which is causing huge gasoline shortages in southern Florida. One firm estimates that 30 to 40 percent of Florida gas stations are out of fuel, and the twin storms are affecting gas prices all over the country.

Former Residents Picnic At Colorado Superfund Site
by Dan Boyce
5 Sep 2017 at 1:29pm
The former uranium mining town of Uravan, Colo., was once declared too toxic for humans and razed to the ground. But that's not stopping former residents from gathering there for an annual picnic.

So You Want To Buy An Electric Car? It Requires Some Planning
by Sonari Glinton
4 Sep 2017 at 1:40pm
With new models aimed at the mass market going on sale this fall, Americans will hear a lot more about electric cars. Here's what you should know if you're on the market for one.

Friday News Roundup - Domestic
1 Sep 2017 at 7:06am
After record rain, remarkable recoveries and a robust relief effort ? now comes the hard part.

Flooded Texas Chemical Plants Raise Concerns About Toxic Emissions
by Mose Buchele
30 Aug 2017 at 2:02am
Concern is growing that flood damage from Hurricane Harvey to some of Houston's petrochemical plants may be polluting the air, and could be threatening the water.

Neighborhoods Worry About Living Amid Oil And Gas Development
by Leigh Paterson
26 Aug 2017 at 2:00am
After a deadly home explosion in Northern Colorado, residents want to change the rules on how close their homes and schools should be to oil and gas wells.

For New England Farmers Looking To Make Ends Meet, The Sun Provides A Harvest
by Patrick Skahill
24 Aug 2017 at 2:23am
Farmers in New England are renting parts of their land to solar energy developers, allowing the farmers to earn some much-needed extra money. But not everyone is happy about the trend.

Coal, Nuclear Power Would Benefit From Energy Department's Power Grid Study
by Jeff Brady
24 Aug 2017 at 2:02am
A controversial Energy Department report says the U.S. power grid could become less reliable if too much electricity comes from renewable energy and natural gas. Environmentalists doubt the report.

The Battle Over Oil And Gas Development In Colorado
by Leigh Paterson
23 Aug 2017 at 2:00am
A deadly home explosion in Colorado is renewing fights over how close oil and gas development should be to expanding suburbs. One town is trying to figure out for itself how close is too close.

In Alaska, One Man Fights To Save Oil Fund As Reserves Dry Up
by Jennifer Pemberton
22 Aug 2017 at 1:39pm
For 40 years, Alaska has been putting its oil money into a giant savings account. But now the oil ? and the money ? are drying up.

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