Joel Connelly: Big Tobacco, Big Oil, Koch, U.S. Chamber dollars in Washington state Senate race
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Joel Connelly: Big Tobacco, Big Oil, Koch, U.S. Chamber dollars in Washington state Senate race

When a nasty, soft-on-crime TV political spot appears on your screen this fall, chances are Phillips 66, R.J. Reynolds or Koch Industries helped pay for it.

FirstEnergy fired its CEO amid bribery scandal but let him keep millions, documents show

FirstEnergy’s board opted to let Jones keep millions in compensation when it could have taken it back, according to a finding from the Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission, which published an audit of the company last week.
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Biden administration tosses Trump definition of ‘habitat’ for endangered species

The Biden administration is throwing out the definition of “habitat” for endangered animals, returning to an understanding that existed before the government under President Donald J. Trump shrank the areas that could be protected for animals under threat of extinction.

Biden’s inner circle debates future of offshore drilling

Top White House officials have assumed control over a sensitive blueprint, expected by June 30, laying out future oil and gas drilling leases in the outer continental shelf.

Trial by fire: What a village in B.C. is teaching the world about climate adaptation

It might be a tiny community of only 250 people, but the village of Lytton is offering the world a monumental lesson in preparing for the realities of climate change.

There’s a carbon-capture gold rush. Some warn better solutions exist

Billionaires, politicians and philanthropists say sucking carbon out of the air and storing it underground could stem climate change. Critics fiercely disagree.

The ocean is climate change’s first victim and last resort

Rain forests may be known as the planet’s lungs, but it’s when standing before the seas, with their crashing waves and ceaselessly cycling tides, that we feel the earth breathe.

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