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Open letter to President Obama: please veto the Keystone XL pipeline -- for future generations

There is no reason to allow the Keystone XL pipeline to go through, and there are many reasons to not. Vetoing it will be a gesture of support for future generations

Over 40,000 gather for Forward on Climate Keystone XL protest, 350.org says

People on Twitter are calling 'Forward on Climate' the most fun rally they've ever seen. "This is what democracy looks like," Sierra Club tweeted. Over 40,000 people gathered on the freezing...

Keystone XL oil pipeline: TransCanada to go ahead with part of construction

Keystone XL update: U.S. President Barack Obama welcomed the company’s plan to start construction for part of the pipeline, despite the fact that the rest of the route has yet to be approved.

A look (and a hair flip) back at Justin Bieber's top moments in 2011

Whatever they're putting in Justin Bieber's Kool-Aid, it's working because I'm a fan, okay? Not the scream-out-loud-tears-on-my-face-OMGesus- it's-him-I-can't-breathe kind, but I respect the kid....

TransCanada may soon begin construction on Keystone XL pipeline

TransCanada says construction can begin in months after US President Obama signed a bill forcing a faster decision on Keystone, but opponents say Obama has simply signed its death warrant.

Obama signs bill forcing faster decision on Keystone XL oil pipeline

  CALGARY _ TransCanada Corp. says construction on its controversial Keystone XL pipeline from Alberta to Texas -- except for a stretch through Nebraska -- may begin within months now that U.S....

Low expectations for US bill pushing Keystone approval

Republican senators fight back against pipeline delays - but will their attempts have any impact?

Washington Monument cracks as earth quake rattles east coast

Washington Monument cracks, three of four pinnacles topple from famed Washington National Cathedral -- and nuclear plants are being investigated for "unusual events".

Canada among nations that "wouldn't trade places with the US"

"There's not a country on Earth that wouldn't want to trade places with us," US President Barack Obama said in his weekly weekly radio address on Saturday.  Actually, there probably are -- about...

No Harper Netanyahu G8 talks: spokesman says amid glowing Israeli reports

Prime Minister Stephen Harper did not discuss the G8 summit with his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu, a Harper spokesman says. The statement by Dimitri Soudas, Harper's communications director...