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    Between economic turmoil in China and Greece, continued supply increases in the US, and an Iran nuclear deal, it's looking like oil prices are in for another stretch of declines. 

  • Oil prices on the slide again [Recharge]

    Signs of lackluster demand have sent oil prices falling again; Rising oil supply isn't helping matters, either; Meanwhile in Washington, President Obama's climate plan comes under fire. Catch up on global energy with the Monitor's Recharge.

  • EPA chief: New climate rules are safe from courts, Congress

    EPA's Clean Power Plan will survive challenges in court, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy said Tuesday at a Monitor-hosted event. Ms. McCarthy said the agency wrote its rules – which would cut US power plant emissions 30 percent by 2030 – with legal challenges in mind.

August 3, 2015

Photos of the day 08/03

Children react as personnel from the Greater Amman Municipality spray them with a water sprinkler to cool them down, a measure to ease the effect of a heatwave, in Amman, Jordan, Monday.

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