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Why Georgia Sticks With Nuclear Power 18.8.2017 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
It’s a hedge against a low-carbon future—and much more.
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Georgia Power to highlight impact of solar eclipse on solar generation during Facebook Live event August 21 17.8.2017 New Kerala: World News
ATLANTA, Aug. 17, 2017 : Millions of Georgians are anticipating the first significant solar eclipse to cross the state in more than 30 years and, to illustrate the real-time nature of solar generation, the company invites energy fans to tune in to a special Facebook Live event at on August 21.
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Chinese state media made a racist video about India and is censoring its critics 17.8.2017 Washington Post: World
The video features a Chinese actor, dressed in a turban and phony beard, reciting lines in English but in a manner Indians “are perceived to speak."
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Capitalist Economies Create Waste, Not Social Value 17.8.2017
More production means more waste: more waste means more production. Waste is a sign of capitalism's success. In this excerpt from Creating an Ecological Society, Fred Magdoff and Chris Williams show the immense levels of waste created by capitalism today, including the prison-industrial complex, food system and housing in the United States -- not to mention the horrendous expensive and wasteful US military. (Photo: hroe / iStock / Getty Images Plus) What would a truly just, equal and ecologically sustainable future look like? Why would it require a change in our economic system, namely the end of capitalism? Fred Magdoff and Chris Williams answer these questions in Creating an Ecological Society: Toward a Revolutionary Transformation. Suffused with radical hope, this book can be yours with a donation to Truthout! In this excerpt, Magdoff and Williams show the immense levels of waste created by capitalism today, including the prison-industrial complex, food system and housing in the United States -- not ...
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Utility unsure when it will re-file plans to bail on project 16.8.2017 Seattle Times: Top stories

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina utility has no timeline for re-submitting its plans for bailing on a nuclear power project and recouping billions more from customers. But executives for South Carolina Electric & Gas emphasized Wednesday in a teleconference with financial analysts that the utility’s plans haven’t changed. Kevin Marsh, the CEO of […]
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Cokie Roberts Answers Your Questions About Nuclear Protocols 16.8.2017 NPR: Morning Edition
Ailsa Chang talks with commentator Cokie Roberts, who answers listener questions about who has the power to launch nuclear weapons and how those powers were established.
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Energy Department Faces Pressure Over Power Study 16.8.2017 Wall St. Journal: Policy
Energy Secretary Rick Perry faces stepped-up pressure from environmental groups over power grid study he has signaled could help bolster coal and nuclear power.
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Utility drops bid to recoup billions after bailing on plant 16.8.2017 Seattle Times: Nation & World

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A utility on Tuesday suspended its request to recoup billions more from customers for a South Carolina nuclear power project it bailed on last month. South Carolina Electric & Gas voluntarily withdrew its request that state regulators approve its plans for abandoning the expansion of V.C. Summer Nuclear Station north of […]
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Energy Secretary Rick Perry visits Hanford reservation 16.8.2017 AP Washington
RICHLAND, Wash. (AP) -- Energy Secretary Rick Perry made his first visit Tuesday to the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, which has been plagued by a series of problems....
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Blotter: Man said an assailant hit him with a rock on a Castle Rock trail 16.8.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
A man claims a suspect hit him in the face with a rock on a Castle Rock trail, a construction site officials is cited for tapping a fire hydrant and more in this week's Douglas County Crime Blotter.
Scores from standardized tests of Colorado students due Thursday 16.8.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
Results of standardized testing of students in Colorado's 178 school districts will be released on Thursday. Officials are hoping to see gains in academic growth in several areas.
West Jeffco Crime Blotter: Men walked away after noticing home cameras 16.8.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
Two men leave house after noticing cameras at front door.
In Douglas and Arapahoe counties, this trio of Mexican restaurants are serving up big flavor 16.8.2017 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Mexican food is festive food. This trio of family-owned restaurants in the south metro area each deals in their own unique brand of south-of-the-border cuisine. Pull up a seat and celebrate.
Who pays for San Onofre nuclear plant's early closure? Negotiations fall apart 16.8.2017 LA Times: Business

The best efforts of a high-profile mediator and months of closed-door negotiations have failed to secure an agreement in the multibillion-dollar dispute over paying for the premature closure of the San Onofre nuclear plant.

Lawyers representing all sides in the long-running investigation told the...

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Aurora closing gap in citywide recreation space with reopening of Moorhead, groundbreaking at Central 16.8.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
"They really put a lot of time into this place, it's not just a bigger building. It has heart. It has become something that our community members are really proud of."
Lunchbox Express hands out books and backpacks as well as meals to Denver children 16.8.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
The program is in its fourth year of bringing lunches to children in need in metro Denver during summer break.
As more hunters embrace bows, Barr Lake State Park’s new archery ranges offers budding archers a place to learn 16.8.2017 Denver Post: Entertainment
The growing public archery range is regularly packed with people taking lessons and practicing one of the country's fastest-growing sports.
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Wrong-way driver injures self, 2 others in multi-car crash on Parker Road near E-470 16.8.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
A man and two other people were injured Tuesday morning after he sped south in a Mazda 6 on northbound Parker Road and collided with four pickups, sedans and SUVs, authorities say.
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Denver Startup Week taps Youtube celebrity to kick off 6th annual entrepreneurial event 16.8.2017 Denver Post: Business
Entering its sixth year, Denver Startup Week is trying something a little different when it opens in downtown Denver on Sept. 25. It's hosting YouTube celebrity Casey Neistat as its kick-off keynote speaker.
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Feds to Colorado: Count students who opt out of standardized tests 15.8.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
Colorado’s policy of not penalizing schools that fail to meet federal requirements for student participation in state tests isn’t going over well with the federal government.
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