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Exxon To Face Criminal Charges Over Fracking Waste Spill
The company will face trial over felony offenses related to a fracking wastewater dump. Exxon insisted it was no biggie. Read more...
Fox News Guest: 'No Question' That Polar Bears Are 'Thriving'
A Fox News guest on Friday said that there was "no question" that polar bears were now "thriving" and should be taken off the endangered species list. Read more...
Green News Round-Up For July
It's been a busy month for climate-related news, so I've decided to present some of it in round-up format to get the news to you more quickly. Read more...
Investigative reporter Steve Horn explained the legal actions targeting Exxon, how Exxon ignores safety an environmental regulations, why the Keystone XL pipeline is a public health and climate nightmare, what was missing from President Obama's climate speech, why natural gas is not a "bridge fuel" and Americans global energy policies are accelerating the climate crises. Read more...
Video: Two months after Exxon's Pegasus pipeline ruptured and spewed tar sands oil into an Arkansas subdivision and nearby lake...life in Mayflower is still far from back to normal. Read more...

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It’s been over five weeks since ExxonMobil’s Pegasus pipeline burst beneath a Mayflower, Arkansas subdivision, spilling diluted bitumen born of tar sands throughout the neighborhood. Five weeks later, and still the air carries noxious fumes. Residents complain of headaches, nausea, and worse. Read more...
Watch: "There are far more eminent theologians than me in this room; I'm not a theologian at all. But it is my firm belief that these companies have more money than God." Read more...
The first in a four-part series that reveals how a secret pact formed a cartel that controls the world's oil. Read more...
Watch: Concerned citizens from the site of Exxon's Arkansas oil spill hired an independent analysis of the water and air there just as residents face growing health concerns. Read more...
Exxon power-washes spilled tar sands oil into an area wetlands; A 22-foot gash was discovered in the ruptured Pegasus pipeline; Documents suggest that Exxon may have known something was wrong with the pipeline hours earlier than claimed; Exxon's lobbyists attempt to re-write history while the corporation tries to win over the community with its checkbook and health problems emerge in the area. Read more...