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Global warming stopped before the 21st century?

FOX News contributor Julie Roginsky and FNC’s Brian Kilmeade weigh in on the global warming debate.

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  1. New Carbon Power Pollution Standards Ignite Backlash

    The Obama administration on Friday announced regulations setting strict limits on the amount of carbon pollution that can be generated by any new U.S. power plant, w...

  2. Scania says no summer lull for European truck demand

    Swedish truckmaker Scania did not see the usual seasonal slowdown in Europe in the third quarter, it said on Thursday, as fleet operators rush to buy new vehicles be...

  3. Navistar Swings to 3Q Loss

    Navistar International (NYSE:NAV) said Wednesday it posted a wider-than-expected loss for the third quarter, as its core North America truck business saw weaker dema...

  4. Obama's Climate Push Spells More Trouble For Coal

    President Barack Obama on Tuesday unveiled a push to implement new carbon dioxide emissions standards, a move that could send a shockwave through the energy industry...

  5. Despite 2Q Miss, Navistar Gets Upgrade From BMO

    Even though its second-quarter earnings came in below expectations, Navistar International (NYSE:NAV) got an upgrade from BMO Capital Markets on Tuesday morning.The ...

  6. Analysis: Brazil investments have a long, potholed road ahead

    If you think you're seeing light at the end of the tunnel for Brazil's economy, look again: it's just brake lights from a growing line of 18-wheelers.Investment in B...

  7. Don't Buy an Electric Car

    I live in California, home to all sorts of environmental nonsense. We couldn't build our house where we wanted to because of a tiny plant you can hardly see and a gr...

  8. EPA Clean Gas Rule Could Raise Pump Prices

    A new rule introduced Friday by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency could raise gas prices at the pump by anywhere from a penny to 9 cents a gallon while cuttin...

  9. Brazil February Auto Sales Fell on Tax, Carnival Holiday -Anfavea

    Brazil auto sales slipped in February on the return of higher taxes and as the Carnival holiday limited the number of business days, auto-maker association Anfavea s...

  10. Redefining the 'Green' Car with Hyper-Hybrid LaFerrari

    Billionaire industrialist Ratan Tata pored over every inch of the new million-euro ($1.3 million) LaFerrari on the Italian supercar maker's stand at the Geneva auto ...

  11. Supply Fears Spur Platinum

    Platinum prices are kicking into high gear.Prices have jumped 10% this year and hit a 16-month high earlier this month. Some investors wager the rally has further to...

  12. MAN SE Sees 2013 Revenue, Operating Profit Decline on Year

    German truck maker and engineering firm MAN SE (MAN.XE) expects a slight decline in revenue and a disproportionately large drop in operating profit in 2013, after fu...

  1. SCOTUS limits EPA carbon emissions rules

    Heritage Foundation chief economist Stephen Moore on the Supreme Court’s ruling on EPA carbon emission regulations and student debt.

  2. Oil prices spike, stocks plunge on surge of violence in Iraq

    Concerned Veterans for America’s Jessie Jane Duff, FBN contributor Phil Flynn and Heritage Chief Economist Steve Moore on the political and economic impact of increasing violence in Iraq.

  3. Sen. McConnell: The real effect will be lost jobs

    Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, (R-Ky.), on the EPA’s new proposal to cut carbon emissions.

  4. Will the economy rebound in the second half?

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Stephen Moore with his expectations of the U.S. economy.

  5. Toyota Wants to Use More Chinese Hybrid Parts

    Toyota Motor Corp wants locally procured parts to make up at least half the components in the gasoline-electric hybrid propulsion systems for the Corolla and Levin c...

  6. Navistar Misses the Street on Broad Sales Declines

    Navistar International (NYSE:NAV) reported a wider-than-anticipated loss in the fourth quarter, as the truck maker's revenue dipped on weakness across all business s...

  7. CEOs Say ObamaCare Hurting Economic Rebound

    Uncertain corporate costs for President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law and other regulations continue to stymie U.S. employment and capital spending, business ...

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