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Paying more for energy to reduce CO2 emissions?

Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore on climate change, President Obama and the U.S. energy industry.

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  1. Analysis: Tele2 exits Russia, pursued by capitalist Kremlin bear

    Foreign investors venturing into Russia can - and have - made a lot of money, but doing business with the state tends to work out best for the Kremlin capitalists in...

  2. UN Approves First-Ever Global Arms Trade Treaty

    The 193-nation U.N.General Assembly on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved the first-ever treaty on global arms trade that seeks to regulate the $70 billion internationa...

  3. China replaces Britain in world's top five arms exporters: report

    China has become the world's fifth-largest arms exporter, a respected Sweden-based think tank said on Monday, its highest ranking since the Cold War, with Pakistan t...

  4. India wrestles with dilemma of blacklisting AgustaWestland

    Indian Defense Minister A.K. Antony is leaning toward barring Anglo-Italian helicopter firm AgustaWestland from doing business in the country because of a corruption...

  5. Analysis: U.S. deal has Brazil's Embraer flying high in defense

    With its first-ever U.S. military contract in hand, the defense unit of Brazilian planemaker Embraer SA has finally hit the big time, establishing itself as a global...

  6. Japan likely to make exception to arms export ban for F-35 parts

    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Thursday the government will issue a statement on the export of Japanese-made parts for Lockheed Martin Corp's F-35 fighter jet, su...

  7. President Distorting the Facts in Sequestration, Gun Control Debates?

    “At the Brink” author John Lott on the debate over sequestration and the Administration’s push for greater gun control.

  8. Health-Care Costs Out of Control?

    FBN's Gerri Willis on the mounting costs of health-care.

  9. Brazil, Russia to Discuss Agriculture, Arms Trade Wednesday

    Agricultural trade and possible Brazilian arms purchases will be among key topics for discussion at high-level talks between Brazil and Russian authorities Wednesday...

  10. Ron Paul on Americans' Declining Civil Liberties

    Former Republican Presidential Candidate Ron Paul on the use of drones and how the growth of government impacts Americans' freedom.

  11. Saudi Arabia looks to buy patrol boats from German firm: media

    Saudi Arabia is looking into buying patrol boats worth 1.5 billion euros ($2 billion) from a German firm, and appears to have won the Berlin government's approval de...

  12. EADS set to bolster independence with new chairman

    Airbus parent EADS paved the way to getting its first independent chairman on Tuesday, as it unveiled proposals for a new board to include the former head of French ...

  1. Independents After Hours: Foreign policy

    NY Times Magazine writer Robert Draper and Fox News correspondent KT Mcfarland discuss the defense budget and costs of fighting a war on the Independents After Hours.

  2. Stossel 03/06/2014: Hey, Big Spender

    With new budget being released, Stossel breaks down how government plans to spend more of your money

  3. How Leaders Use Stories to Help Achieve Superior Performance

    During World War II, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt traveled to Seattle, Wash., to meet with 18,000 aircraft workers at Boeing Corporation. FDR brought with him...

  4. Affordability is R&D focus for arms industry : executives

    NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland (Reuters) - The single biggest driver for research and development in the U.S. arms industry is not a hot area like unmanned weapons, cyber...

  5. Deutsche bosses seek to win over skeptical shareholders

    Deutsche Bank's bosses tried to convince skeptical shareholders at a lively annual meeting on Thursday that the bank was on the right track again after facing a host...

  6. Exclusive: Glencore, Trafigura deals with Iran may have skirted sanctions - U.N

    Metals swap deals with Iran by Switzerland-based commodities giants Glencore Xstrata and Trafigura could have been a way of skirting international sanctions against ...

  7. BizJet officers charged with bribing Latin American officials

    Two officers of a Lufthansa subsidiary were indicted in Oklahoma on charges of bribing foreign officials to secure aircraft maintenance contracts, while two others p...

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