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What the Fukushima meltdown means for America's energy future.
What could go wrong?
"It would harm the ongoing effort to increase America’s energy independence."
Obama is "using this crisis to increase the cost of energy," she says.
President also advocates clean energy in Oval Office address.
Plan would open up water off Atlantic coastline, Gulf of Mexico, and Alaska coast for oil and gas activity.
'Rolling Stone' columnist Matt Taibbi and 'New York' writer Michael Idov discuss why John McCain is “one of the worst” presidential candidates ever, Russian glee over American's problems, and what happens after a possible President Obama is hammered for what he doesn't manage to achieve.
Think Progress blogger Matthew Yglesias and Garrett M. Graff, author of 'The First Campaign' and editor at large for the 'Washingtonian,' discuss the generational split among voters, how our economy might be transformed for the better, and why, in the election, technology and innovation is the elephant in the room.
A group of five Democratic and five Republican senators is pushing compromise legislation that could blunt GOP attacks.
Obama responds to the tire-gauge mocking campaign. But is it a slam dunk?
Though Obama would surely rather be discussing energy policy than his similarities to vacuous socialites, his new approach to gas prices may not be a political winner.
Overall, the candidates' energy proposals are falling flat — either too flip-floppy, too craven, or just plain unhelpful.