Four protesters charged with felonies for turning off emergency shut-off valves on two Enbridge Energy oil pipelines can use the threat of climate change as a defense for their actions, the state Court of Appeals ruled Monday.
The developers of a controversial power line through southwestern Wisconsin said Friday their preferred route would cost $492 million, a project that would add to a growing inventory of transmission lines across the Midwest.
An Iron Range man will pay a fine and restitution for cutting down and stealing roughly 1,200 birch trees from state land in northern Minnesota. It marks the first case of “timber trespass” involving birch trees yielding a charge above a misdemeanor, state officials said.
The U.S. steel industry is buoyant in the backdrop of a favorable regulatory environment. The goal of the government is to revive the industry, which has seen a steady decline as local production was increasingly substituted with cheaper imports.
At first glance, Cleveland-Cliffs' (NYSE: CLF) most recent earnings report might make shareholders want to push the sell button as fast as they can open their brokerage accounts. But before you precipitously sour on this iron miner, take a deeper look at its results. Even though its revenue…
Google is currently dealing with one of the more bizarre cases of email spam we've seen. Gmail users with completely secure accounts are discovering spam messages in their sent folders. They didn't send these emails and have no idea how they got there.
July 20 (Reuters) - Storied supermarket chain Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co Inc, better known as A&P, filed for bankruptcy protection for the second time in five years and said it would sell more than a third of its stores.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Susan Weich recounts the shooting near her and photographer Laurie Skrivan in which two police officers were wounded outside of the Ferguson police station.