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Why Is Duke Energy Pushing to Make Nuclear “Clean”?new

Hint: It’ll fatten Duke’s wallets.
INDY Week  |  Bob Geary  |  02-03-2016  |  Energy

The Final Days of White Supremacy in Americanew

I don't mean to sound apocalyptic or anything, but the era of the United States as a white country run by white people is ending — and that has almost nothing to do with Obama, although he may have perceived and tapped into the wave of change earlier than others.
Metro Times  |  Larry Gabriel  |  11-25-2008  |  Commentary

Entergy's Actions in New Orleans Are Morally Indefensiblenew

Entergy New Orleans is effectively sitting on its hands while two of its sister companies -- Entergy Mississippi Inc. and Entergy Arkansas Inc. -- move to pull out of a system agreement under which six Entergy subsidiaries agreed to share the costs and benefits of generating and transmitting electricity.
Gambit  |  Clancy DuBos  |  10-07-2008  |  Economy

After 36 Years Without, Some Residents of La Presa, Texas, Finally Get Electricitynew

For 36 years, the people in this dusty, sweltering colonia south of Laredo, have lived without electricity, potable water, or an adequate sewage system. Now an innovative experiment is bringing power to a dozen lucky residents. While the wheels of bureaucracy turned slowly or not at all, residents suffered, despite many applications for assistance from state and local government.
The Texas Observer  |  Forrest Wilder  |  08-13-2008  |  Housing & Development

Are Delaware and New Jersey Exploring Alternative Energy Solutions Pennsylvania Should be Looking at?new

While the debate about offshore drilling continues to underscore the environmental policies of presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain, Philadelphia's neighbors to the south and east are planning for a different kind of offshore energy.
Philadelphia Weekly  |  John Steele  |  07-14-2008  |  Environment

This little Undergroundnew

Coverage of musicians in town.
Orlando Weekly  |  Bao Le-Huu  |  05-08-2008  |  Concerts

South Texas Uranium Revival Puts One County on a Powder Kegnew

Uranium Energy Corp has a pending application with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to mine uranium from within the freshwater aquifer beneath Goliad County, but some residents are fighting back.
San Antonio Current  |  Greg Harman  |  10-03-2007  |  Environment

Nuclear Greenwashingnew

Global warming has suddenly put nuclear power back on the agenda -- but there's a lot the industry isn't telling you.
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  Amanda Witherell  |  05-30-2007  |  Environment

Trio Takes Much-Needed Turn Toward Substantial Songwritingnew

Slowing down the post-punk velocity and balancing raw electronic textures against stripped-down arrangements and an introspective tenor, Q and Not U has definitely come into its own.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Chad Radford  |  11-04-2004  |  Reviews

The Supreme Court Shines Some Light into the Bush's Gulagnew

The enemy within: in a trio of cases, the Supreme Court shines some light into the Bush administration’s gulag. But for "enemy combatants" both here and in Guantánamo, it’s not yet time to celebrate.
Boston Phoenix  |  Harvey Silverglate  |  07-08-2004  |  Civil Liberties

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