by Kirk Siegler
Economists say many industries are looking up this year. But perhaps none has a better outlook than the energy sector. Continue Reading →
Before ending his news conference this morning at the Capitol, House Speaker John Boehner vented his frustrations over record gasoline prices, calling on the president to present his own written proposal for an energy plan and blaming “radical environmentalists” for standing in the way of a national energy policy. Continue Reading →
Jennifer Bendery firstname.lastname@example.org – WASHINGTON — The White House is throwing its support behind a decision by TransCanada to build a portion of the Keystone XL pipeline, even though the project will result in more oil going overseas and potentially higher gas prices. Continue Reading →
VARNEY: Pennsylvania Republican Congressman Tim Murphy with me now.
Congressman, you heard what the president’s got to say, that we’re producing more oil now than we have in at any time in the last eight years and he wants to expand domestic production even more. Are you buying that? Continue Reading →