Clinton Email Leak: Hillary Campaign 'Worked With' Bloomberg Reporter On Anti-Sanders Story

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders stand together during a campaign rally where Sanders endorsed Clinton in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S., July 12, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Collaborate to expose ‘shady field activity’

Former EPA Head: Environmentalists Audibly 'Gasp' When I Say I'm Pro-Nuclear

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
A environmental activist protesting with a blank banner in front of nuclear power plant. (Shutterstock/Rene Jansa)

‘Nuclear power avoids 530 million tons of CO2 emissions every year’

Coal Prices Just Doubled Despite Obama's Best Efforts

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is embraced by U.S. President Barack Obama as she arrives onstage at the end of his speech on the third night of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., July 27, 2016. (REUTERS/Jim Young)

Price of coal has soared by 150 percent since this time last year

Nobody Cares About 'Peak Oil' Anymore

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
3d image of oil barrels with graph falling (Shutterstock/jijomathaidesigners)

‘As interest in shale-led supply peaks, then naturally interest in the old concern of ‘Peak Oil’ has all but disappeared’

Media Repeats Myth About Fracking And Oklahoma Earthquakes

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Oil Industry Pump jack with one research who is using a portable radio and a laptop. (Shutterstock/alexjey)

‘Experts have stated over and over again that the fracking is not the cause’

Iran Is Back In The Global Oil Game

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Red Pumpjack And Spilled Oil Over Iranian Money. (Shutterstock/3Dsculptor)

Bad news for Saudi Arabia

Could A $30 Million Investment Make Nuclear Power Dramatically Cheaper?

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Nuclear reactors at night , cooling tower closeup with steam.(Shutterstock/chuyuss)

‘Can produce electricity at a third of the [conventional nuclear] strike price’

Cancer Fears From Hiroshima Nuke Were Exaggerated, Says Scientists

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Nuclear and Radiation Therapy concept. DNA and Radioactive symbols. (Shutterstock/Crystal Eye Studio)

‘No scientifically valid support’

British Bank Pays Out $100 Million In Fraudulent Interest Rate Manipulation

Business | Robert Donachie
A Barclays sign is seen on the exterior of the Barclays U.S. Corporate headquarters in the Manhattan borough of New York City, May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar
The British bank, Barclays, will pay out $100 million to end an investigation into their manipulation of interest rates.

Exxon Mobil Is Yet Another Oil Company Hurt By Crippling Market

Business | Robert Donachie
File photo of the logo of Exxon Mobil Corporation on a monitor above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York
'You cannot recover no matter how efficient you are'

Twitter Now The Newest Place To Watch TV

Business | Ted Goodman
NFL Cheerleaders: Action Sports Photography /, DNC 2000: Joseph Sohm /, Twitter Bird: tanuha2001 /

‘Innovative opportunities’

Japan's Solar Industry Faces Massive Bust After Subsidy Cuts

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
A worker inspects solar panels at a solar Dunhuang, 950km (590 miles) northwest of Lanzhou, Gansu Province September 16, 2013. China is pumping investment into wind power, which is more cost-competitive than solar energy and partly able to compete with coal and gas. China is the world's biggest producer of CO2 emissions, but is also the world's leading generator of renewable electricity. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight during a working group of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which will meet in Stockholm from September 23-26. (REUTERS/Carlos Barria)

‘The market is shrinking’

Wind Turbines In China Aren't Working And It's Becoming A HUGE Problem

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Wind farm silhouette as the sun sets. (Shutterstock / WDG Photo)

‘China is building wind faster than it can be absorbed.’

You Ok, Don? Trump Was Twitter-Silent For Almost 30 Hours

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ted Goodman
Donald Trump (You Tube/Donald Trump For President Screen Capture 6/16/15)
For most of us, going 24 hours without tweeting isn't necessarily something out of the ordinary

Green Energy Isn't Getting Cheap Fast Enough To Stop Global Warming

Daily Caller News Foundation | Craig Boudreau
David Brockwell walks between wind turbines during a routine inspection at the Infigen Energy wind farm located on the hills surrounding Lake George, 50 km north of the Australian capital city of Canberra May 13, 2013. Infigen Energy's Capital Windfarm, built five years ago, was a vanguard for wind power as Australia sought to wean itself from cheap fossil-fuel power in the face of climate shift blamed in part for Lake George's transformation to a vast plain. But big plans to expand the Infigen renewable energy project near Canberra and others like it have been put on hold awaiting the outcome of an election in September. The ballot, which opinion polls show the opposition conservatives winning, along with an economic slowdown and rising home energy bills have put the brakes on Australia's decade-long clean energy push. At stake in the Sept. 14 vote is a controversial carbon trading scheme championed by ruling Labor to curb greenhouse gas emissions, with a $20 billion pipeline in renewable investment largely on hold as nervous companies sit on their hands. Picture taken May 13, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray

Even with rapid technological advancement, 25 cents per watt may be out of reach by mid-century

Bloomberg Writer Smacks Down Climate Alarmists: 'This Is Not How Science Works'

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Child Crying (Credit: Lopolo/Shutterstock)

‘The arguments about global warming too often sound more like theology than science.’

Mapped: Every State's Most Recommended Beer, PLUS America's Overall Brand Of Choice

Daily Caller News Foundation | Guy Bentley
Cold beer (Credit: Shutterstock)
What beer does your state recommend?

China To Stop Subsidizing Electric Cars After Major Fraud

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
A BYD E6 electric car, which will be used as a taxi, is seen plugged into a charging unit during a launch ceremony for the line vehicles in Hong Kong, May 15, 2013. Forty-five of BYD's e6 Electric Cars will follow in the footsteps of Shenzhen and progressively join the fleet of taxis on Hong Kong's roads starting this month, the company said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

China has spent $2.3 billion subsidizing electric and hybrid vehicle makers since 2009.

Venezuela Will Literally Change The Clocks Due To Energy Crisis

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
People burn a tyre as they block a road in protest after a large blackout affected five states in Venezuela, in the western city of Maracaibo June 11, 2011. Widespread blackouts have become a major issue ahead of the 2012 presidential vote when President Hugo Chavez hopes to win re-election, both by creating widespread public aggravation and potentially hindering a fragile economic recovery. REUTERS/Isaac Urrutia (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST) - RTR2NKQU

ā€œIā€™m going to modify the time zone in Venezuela starting on May 1 to help save electricity.ā€

Gov't Subsidies Encourage Farmers To Use Land For Solar Panels, Not Crops

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
General view shows wind turbines behind rows of solar panels in Avignonet-Lauragais, in the Midi-Pyrenees region, France, October 30, 2015. The mixed site produces electricity from a wind farm of twelve turbines and 20,320 solar panels. France is host to the COP21, the World Climate Summit from November 30 to December 11, 2015. Picture taken October 30, 2015. REUTERS/Fred Lancelot

North Carolina gave solar companies lucrative tax credits which paid for 35 percent of buying up the farmland.