Europe's largest oil producer is effectively admitting the oil game is over and promises to divest from the industry – but it wants to play to the final whistle. Can it have it both ways?
Oil companies heat and dry up the planet, power companies start fires on the dried up land – and we pay the bills.
The spotlight has turned to PG&E, the giant San Francisco-based utility, raising questions about how well it maintained its equipment and whether it adequately cut back trees from power lines to reduce fire risk as required by state law.
Seven weeks into the 113th Congress, as lawmakers began work on immigration reform and a tax code overhaul, powerful corporate lobbyists in the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute scored premium access to politicians.