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The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) recently released its quarterly report on coal production for the first quarter and while num…
With Hurricane Irma finally coming to an end, millions of people in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Alabama are left without power. Although power outages can be inconvenient for many, for others outages pose serious and sometimes fatal threats. In a Florida nursing home, 6 residents died and 100 were evacuated after the facility lost power.
CAPE CORAL, Fla. - Millions of Floridians grappled with the aftermath of Hurricane Irma on Wednesday, confronting a sweltering reality: More than 40 percent of Florida still lacked electricity, and for some of them, the lights might not come back on for days or even weeks.
It wasn't abnormal for 14-year-old Madison Coe, a lover of band and basketball, to shut herself in the bathroom for hours and soak in the tub.
President Donald Trump is making good on his campaign promise to exit the Paris climate accord, but fulfilling his vow to bring back coal jobs will prove harder.