Stanford University economics professor Frank Wolak argued in an interview published this week that coal exports from the Powder River Basin of Montana and Wyoming would reduce world greenhouse gas emissions.
Montana Democratic U.S. House candidate John Lewis takes a moderate tone and touts “fiscal responsibility” in his first television ad of the general election campaign.
Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority CEO Brad Miller falsely claimed on Tampa radio today that Greenlight Pinellas would provide rail service to Tampa.
Happ’s record on protecting children, especially when she worked as a defense attorney, is far from consistent with her campaign rhetoric.
Army veteran and entrepreneur Chad Monnin is challenging incumbent Republican Anne Gonzales in the 19th District of the Ohio House, running as a Libertarian.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke charged WI taxpayers for luxury seats on an international trip when she was commerce secretary. Gov. Scott Walker, on the other hand, flies in coach when he travels for official business.
Duke Energy seeks nearly $2 million in Florida electricity rate hikes to pay for a new power plant made necessary by environmental restrictions.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate’s attack on Ashley Furniture deal gives fresh relevance to GOP barbs about outsourcing and failed Abbot Labs deal.
Every contribution this year to union front We Are Ohio’s political action committee has come from a labor union, the group’s July semiannual campaign finance report reveals.
Lawyers for Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) have filed a writ of habeas corpus with a court in Travis County requesting that the charges against Perry be dismissed.