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Haris Alic

Haris Alic

Haris Alic is a reporter for The Washington Times covering Congress and energy issues. Before joining the paper, Alic worked at Breitbart News where he was the lead political reporter covering President Joe Biden and the 2020 campaign. Originally from New York, he got his start in journalism as a staff writer at the Washington Free Beacon.

Email him at halic@washingtontimes.com 

Articles by Haris Alic

A sign reading "Out of Fuel" is taped to the window at an Exxon Gas Station on Boonsboro Road in Lynchburg, Va., Tuesday, May 11, 2021. More than 1,000 gas stations in the Southeast reported running out of fuel, primarily because of what analysts say is unwarranted panic-buying among drivers, as the shutdown of a major pipeline by hackers entered its fifth day. In response, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency. (Kendall Warner/The News & Advance via AP)

Feds scramble to deliver gas in face of pipeline shutdown, rising prices

The Biden administration on Wednesday scrambled to deliver gasoline to stations running on empty due to the Colonial Pipeline shutdown, authorizing bigger loads on federal interstates and moving to relax maritime laws so ships could deliver fuel to states gripped by panic-buying and long lines at the pump. Published May 12, 2021

“I think one thing we can all agree to is the world needs to reduce its carbon emissions and I think we are on the same page,” Rep. David McKinley said Thursday. (Associated Press)

David McKinley urges EPA to streamline carbon capture technology rules

Republican lawmakers on Thursday demanded that the Environmental Protection Agency loosen rules that make it difficult for power plants to deploy technology that captures carbon dioxide emissions before the greenhouse gas enters the earth's atmosphere. Published April 29, 2021