US to allow eagle deaths -- to aid wind power
WASHINGTON -- Under pressure from the wind-power industry, the Obama administration said Friday it will allow companies to kill or injure eagles without the fear of prosecution for up to three decades.
Lawsuit alleges that battery startup Envia Systems was founded using stolen intellectual property; Envia denies it
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California adopts first-in-nation energy storage plan
State regulators require utilities to invest in energy storage technology
SolarCity turns to Tesla for batteries to soak up solar power
The solar panel installer SolarCity is beginning to address one of solar power's big drawbacks: The sun doesn't always shine. The solution: big battery packs that will provide backup power while lowering electric bills. The supplier: electric car maker Tesla Motors, whose CEO Elon Musk is also the chairman of SolarCity.
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Electric car sales have a banner year, but overall volumes remain low
In a sign of the strengthening economy, more than 15 million new cars and light trucks will be sold in the United States this year, up from 14.
Reminder: Muhammad Ali was able to do amazing things
Even at age 35, the best boxer in the world still had it. Full Story
Merry mishaps: When holiday decor goes bad
Many have dropped the ball while decking the halls. They may have knocked over a Christmas tree or blown fuses with an overabundance of festive bulbs, but these are sometimes the most memorable part of the holidays.
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Julie Chen criticizes Jenny McCarthy
'The Talk’ hosts says 'The View’ should not have hired the former Playboy model.