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The SwampA Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there. Here's a look at headlines you may have missed from the Trib's Washington bureau this weekend. * Jim Tankersley profiles Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, playing a lead role in the......
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The SwampBy Jim Tankersley The Interior Department today let stand a Bush administration policy that bars the federal government from considering the effects of global warming on polar bears and other protected species, a move that upset environmentalists and...
The Swampby Mark Silva The lofty crown of the Statue of Liberty, closed to the public since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, will reopen on July the Fourth, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced this morning. Salazar announced the reopening,......
The SwampBy Jim Tankersley Under intense pressure from Republicans on Capitol Hill, the Obama administration may reinstate more than a third of the 77 controversial oil and gas drilling leases, issued under President George W. Bush, that it blocked near national.....
The Swampby Peter Nicholas The White House bills it as a "listening tour," a chance for President Obama's Cabinet to get out of Washington and hear what's on the minds of rural voters around the country. En route, the White House......
The Swampby Jim Tankersley The Interior Department is ending a controversial oil-and-gas royalty program that was the centerpiece of a drug and sex scandal in the federal Minerals Management Service, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said this morning. Testifying...
The Swampby Mark Silva For all the war councils lately at the White House -- and that "beer summit'' on the South Lawn -- the big fall basketball game on the first court promises some real stretches. President Barack Obama, who......
The Swampby Jim Tankersley and Josh Meyer The federal government's top ocean scientists are urging the Interior Department to drastically reduce plans to open the coast to offshore oil and gas drilling, citing threats to marine life and potentially devastating...
The Swampby Lisa Mascaro Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid this afternoon offered the first broad outline of the energy bill he expects to bring to the floor later this month - including a possible limit on pollution from utility companies. Senate......
The Swamp"The most beautiful things in this country have the flavor of other places.'' -- President Barack Obama, quoting Gloria Estefan. by Mark Silva The singer was among the president's guests at another musical evening at the White House last......
The Swampby Jim Tankersley Democrats on a key Senate committee bypassed a Republican boycott and this morning approved a sweeping plan to limit greenhouse gas emissions, a move meant to reassure other nations as the world prepares for global warming treaty......
The Swampby Mark Silva The announcement by Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter this week that he will not seek reelection created a choice opening for the state's Democrats -- not to mention a choice new target for the state's Republicans. There's one,......
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