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Why is there a demand to get rid of K-cups?

Natural Resources Defense Council Bob Deans on the issues with K-cups and climate change.

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  1. S Korea Department-Store, Discount-Store Sales Down in July

    Sales at South Korea's top three department stores and discount stores shrank in July, government data showed Friday, as the economic slowdown weighed on consumer sp...

  2. Redbook: US Retail Sales Down 1.3% in First 3 Weeks of July Vs June

    National chain store sales fell 1.3% in the first three weeks of July from June, according to Redbook Research's latest indicator, released Tuesday.The index's fall ...

  3. With Power Plant Offline, California Scrambles to Avoid Blackouts

    California officials responsible for the state's electric grid are scrambling to avoid blackouts in southern California this summer following news that a major nucle...

  4. Arch Coal CEO on The Reliability, Cost of Coal

    Arch Coal CEO Steven Leer on the reliability and low-cost of coal-powered energy.

  5. Amazon Responds to Sweltering Pennsylvania Warehouse Report

    Amazon said Friday it had spent $2.4 million to install industrial air conditioning units in four of its distribution centers, responding to a media report last week...

  6. Bad Weather Costing U.S. $35B

    FBN’s Robert Gray on the economic costs of damage from weather so far this year.

  7. Irene Costs Reignite D.C. Budget Battle

    Washington's never-ending budget battle threatened to snarl the recovery from Hurricane Irene as a top Republican said Monday that any federal aid will have to be of...

  8. EPA’s Attack on Coal Could Be Deadly

    60 Plus Association Chairman Jim Martin discusses how higher energy rates are a killer during the summer.

  9. ‘Gang of Six’ Working on Budget Deal

    FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets around the world.

  10. US EPA to issue more rules in climate fight

    * EPA expects Congress will one day take action on climate (Releads, adds background, quotes)By Timothy GardnerWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. EnvironmentalProtectio...

  11. How Secure is the Power Grid?

    We take a look at whether the U.S. electric grid is at risk of a terrorist attack.

  12. Securing the Power Supply

    Matthew Luallen, founder of Encari, talks about the potential dangers of attacks on the power grid.

  1. Were NASA’s 2014 climate claims wrong?’s Marc Morano on whether NASA scientists’ report that 2014 was the hottest year ever was accurate.

  2. Were NASA’s 2014 climate claims wrong?’s Marc Morano on whether NASA scientists’ report that 2014 was the hottest year ever was accurate.

  3. Yellen: Slack in labor market a sign Fed can still be effective

    WSJ chief economic correspondent Jon Hilsenrath and JPMorgan Chase chief economist Anthony Chan discuss Janet Yellen’s comments on the economy.

  4. Corn Plantings Highest Since '36

    U.S. farmers planted more corn than expected and a record amount of soybeans despite a wet, cold spring that slowed field work, the government said on Friday.The lar...

  5. Report: Curbing Fossil Fuel Addiction Will Cost Billions

    The world must spend an extra $700 billion a year to curb its addiction to fossil fuels blamed for worsening floods and heat waves and rising sea levels, a study iss...

  6. Ski Industry Revenue Headed Downhill Due Thanks to Climate Change?

    NRDC Associate Director of Communications Bob Deans on a report winter tourism industry lost $1 billion over the last 10 years due to warmer weather.

  7. States Plan Lawsuit Against EPA Over Regulations

    A coalition of seven eastern states led by New York plans to sue the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for failing to issue new guidelines to curb methane emissio...

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