Still, several hurdles remain for the beleaguered project.
It feels like 2015 all over again.
Trump is ready to streamline energy regulations, but that won’t be a big help to oil companies’ bottom line.
A technical fix to America’s aging warheads could raise tensions with Russia by undermining its nuclear deterrent.
Teenagers from abroad overwhelmingly think that American schools demand less of them than schools in their home countries.
Riyadh is effectively ceding market share directly to US frackers.
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