Trump Just Talked About His Plans For Dismantling Obamacare. Here's What He Said.

Politics | Christian Datoc
Donald Trump (Getty Images)

‘Out of respect, I will do that…’

National Poll Shows Clinton Up Four Points Over Trump

Elections | Elena Weissmann
U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton attend campaign rallies in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, October 10, 2016 and Manchester, New Hampshire U.S., October 24, 2016. Left: REUTERS/Mike Segar Right: Carlos Barria/Files

Only half of likely voters comfortable with either candidate as president

Bank CEO: Fed Jobless Numbers Are 'Cooked'

Business | Robert Donachie
Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen testifies before a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on the "Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to Congress" in Capitol Hill, Washington

‘The economy will not expand …’

Twitter Wrecks WSJ Reporter Who Thanked Podesta For Hosting 'Team Clinton' Dinner

Elections | Christian Datoc
Hillary Clinton speaks during the first 2016 presidential debate at Hofstra University (Getty Images)

‘Get cancer, you piece of s**t’

Kim Kardashian Took Out A Full Page Ad In The New York Times. Here's What It Said.

Entertainment | Kaitlan Collins
Kim Kardashian

Is she getting political?

OPEC Should Be Worried, Big Oil Companies Are Fracking Again

Energy | Andrew Follett
Pumpjacks taken out of production temporarily stand idle at a Hess site while new wells are fracked near Williston, North Dakota November 12, 2014. Falling oil prices have yet to spoil North Dakota's party, with billions of investment dollars still flowing for new wells and pipelines, apartments and shopping centers, a tacit bet the third energy boom in the state's history is just getting started. Picture taken November 12, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY)

Fracking accounted for 51 percent of American oil production last year

Report: US Secretly Sent Iran $400 Million In Cash The Same Day Prisoners Were Released

US | Derek Hunter

The Obama administration says it was coincidence and not a ransom payment

California Wastes Tons Of Wind And Solar Power Due To Lack Of Energy Storage

Energy | Andrew Follett
Flevoland, the Netherlands - March 26, 2016: a wind turbine wind park. Andrew Balcombe / Shutterstock.com

America has about 1/1,500th of the energy storage capacity necessary for wind and solar

Obama's Latest Op-Ed Didn't Hold Up Well To A Fact Check

Politics | Kevin Daley
REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

‘Omitted some key facts’

The Sierra Club Might Completely Flip Its Positions On Nuclear Power

Energy | Andrew Follett
A windmill is seen near the Doel's nuclear plant in northern Belgium August 20, 2014. Two Belgian nuclear reactors owned by GDF-Suez unit Electrabel may remain offline until spring and may need to be halted permanently. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

‘The environmental group’s leaders see existing reactors as a bridge to renewable electricity.’

Theranos' Downfall Just Got Worse

Business | Jackson Richman

The blood-testing start-up has only been subjected to more scrutiny

The Wall Street Journal's Destructive Obsession

Opinion | John M. Ellis
Republican U.S. presidential candidate John Kasich speaks during Milwaukee County GOP's 'Wisconsin Decides 2016' presidential candidate event at the American Serb Banquet Hall in Milwaukee April 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kamil Krzaczynski

Their Kasich pipe dream is a costly fantasy.

Report Shows New England Hates Nuclear Power More Than Global Warming

Energy | Andrew Follett
A windmill is seen near the Doel's nuclear plant in northern Belgium August 20, 2014. Two Belgian nuclear reactors owned by GDF-Suez unit Electrabel may remain offline until spring and may need to be halted permanently. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

One nuclear reactor can prevent up to 3.1 million tons of carbon-dioxide emissions annually

America's Next Oil Boom Will Be Even Bigger

Energy | Andrew Follett
Pumpjacks taken out of production temporarily stand idle at a Hess site while new wells are fracked near Williston, North Dakota November 12, 2014. Falling oil prices have yet to spoil North Dakota's party, with billions of investment dollars still flowing for new wells and pipelines, apartments and shopping centers, a tacit bet the third energy boom in the state's history is just getting started. Picture taken November 12, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY)

Vast swaths of shale will be profitable with oil at about $40 a barrel

7 Ways The Grand Solution We're All Looking For Could Actually Be In Nuclear Power

Energy | Andrew Follett
A windmill is seen near the Doel's nuclear plant in northern Belgium August 20, 2014. Two Belgian nuclear reactors owned by GDF-Suez unit Electrabel may remain offline until spring and may need to be halted permanently. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

Nuclear power had a great, and shockingly bipartisan, week.

Investors: 'Uber For Oil' Has US Energy Set For Centuries

Energy | Andrew Follett
A pump jack operates at a well site leased by Devon Energy Production Company near Guthrie, Oklahoma September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Nick Oxford

Small companies dominate the fracking business

Internal Budget Docs Suggest Ben Carson Floundering Financially

Elections | Blake Neff
Carson Hits Hillary: No Problem With Media Vetting As Long As 'They Do It To Everybody' (screenshot: Fox Business)

Raise $8.8 million, spend $7.4 million to raise more money

Iran Successfully Hacks New York Dam

Energy | Andrew Follett
A general view of a newly inaugurated 450-megawatt hydropower project located at Baglihar Dam on the Chenab river, which flows from Indian Kashmir into Pakistan, is seen at Chanderkote, about 145 km (90 miles) north of Jammu October 10, 2008. Thousands of Kashmiris staged a demonstration on Friday against the visit of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to inaugurate a train link and power project in the disputed region that has seen the biggest anti-India protests in years. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)

ANY kind of improper access to dams can be dangerous

Myanmar's 'Hero' Holds Anti-Free Market Views

Opinion | Fred McMahon

The Myanmar miracle marches on, but don’t stop holding your breath. Great hazards are emerging ahead.