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A House panel on Tuesday proposed $1 billion in emergency disaster relief money to ensure that aid to tornado and flood victims in the South and Midwest doesn't run dry.
The U.S. average price for gasoline fell 11.1 cents over the past week to $3.85 a gallon, as cheaper crude oil saved drivers money at the pump, the Energy Department said Monday.
Despite their deepening political divide, the United States and Saudi Arabia quietly are expanding defense ties on a vast scale, led by a little-known project to develop an elite force to protect the kingdom's oil riches and future nuclear sites.
Widespread gains in commodity prices lifted energy and materials companies as part of a broad stock market rally Wednesday. Stocks built on morning gains after the Federal Reserve released minutes that showed that officials at the central bank are not planning to tighten monetary policy soon.
Malaysia said Friday the International Atomic Energy Agency has appointed a nine-member team to help the government probe whether a rare earth refinery being built by Australian miner Lynas Corp. carries any threat of radioactive contamination.
Hotels, restaurants, airlines and other businesses open to the public need to make some adjustments soon. The federal government says they must accommodate the animals that help the blind and others with disabilities.
Ice makers are the latest target in the left's ongoing war against the conveniences of modern life. Earlier this month, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) issued a report that may condemn this essential household item to the contraband list that already includes functional light bulbs, toilets, washing machines and showerheads.
The Obama administration's decision last week to prosecute Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the professed mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, before a military commission at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has re-established Gitmo's role in the "war on terrorism." But as one looks toward the future, might Gitmo be remembered not for its role detaining and prosecuting prisoners, but for it role in "greening" the Navy and the Department of Defense (DoD), and thus serving as a role model for the future of America's energy-security needs? Time will tell, but the Department of Defense is possibly already forging a new legacy.
The nuclear crisis in Fukushima, Japan, has shown, beyond a doubt, the time has come to deal with the United States' supply of used nuclear fuel rods - commonly, but erroneously, called "waste." The most immediate potential hazard in the Fukushima crisis stems from the loss of water cooling the plants stored spent fuel.