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Latest Steven Chu Items
Outgoing and embattled Energy Secretary Steven Chu was chosen by President Obama on Tuesday night as the "designated successor" — the person in the Cabinet who does not attend the State of the Union address.
Laying out an activist, big-spending second-term agenda, President Obama called on Congress in Tuesday night's State of the Union address to spend more on job-creation proposals for the middle class and claimed it would not add to the nation's huge budget deficits.
Washington engineers waste. After pouring billions into a nuclear waste storage repository, the Obama administration has added its two cents: Start over.
Maine Sen. Angus S. King Jr. sees no strong reason to oppose President Obama's pick for secretary of defense.
President Obama will begin his second term with a much different leadership team than his first four years, with several of the key chairs in his Cabinet room yet to be filled.
The Obama administration would do itself and our economy a great service if it brought back the office of energy czar for the purpose of making this book's thesis a reality -- and made its co-authors, Anne Korin and Gal Luft, co-czars.
President Obama has his second term and will never face voters again. On one of his highest priorities -- energy and the environment -- he's free to be the "transformational" figure he always wanted to be.
While preaching vigilance to the utility industry, the Energy Department has failed to correct previously identified cybersecurity weaknesses in its unclassified information systems and has opened new vulnerabilities this year, an internal review found.
"If it moves, tax it if it keeps moving, regulate it and if it stops moving, subsidize it."