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  1. Coastal Governors Want More Offshore Drilling

    Governors of coastal states say the shadow cast by Deepwater Horizon has loomed too large and lingered too long--now they want more drilling off their coasts and the...

  2. BP Declined to Bid on New Drill Leases in Gulf of Mexico

    BP PLC (BP, BP.LN) declined to bid on new oil-drilling leases made available in the Gulf of Mexico Wednesday, following the Obama administration's decision to block ...

  3. Republicans Retreating in Debt Ceiling Debate?

    Radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt and FNC contributor Julie Roginsky on the debate over raising the debt ceiling.

  4. Senate Proposal To Give U.S. Energy Revenues to States

    Energy-rich states would be in a position to receive millions of dollars of oil royalties and other energy revenue currently collected by the federal government unde...

  5. Senators to Obama: Approve Keystone

    A high-profile group of senators - nine Democrats and nine Republicans - has urged President Barack Obama to quickly issue a permit for the northern leg of the Keyst...

  6. Senators press Obama to approve Keystone pipeline

    A high-profile group of senators - nine Democrats and nine Republicans - has urged President Barack Obama to quickly issue a permit for the northern leg of the Keyst...

  7. Voters Usher in a Record 20 Female Senators: Who Are They?

    Pantsuits are about to have a fashion moment.Last night’s election ushered in several female senators, bringing the number of female representatives in the Senate to...

  8. Gulf Coast senators to Obama: Ensure BP spill deal is fair

    Senators from the U.S. Gulf Coast urged President Barack Obama on Friday to ensure that any legal settlement for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill does not undermine...

  9. The Mounting Hurdles Facing Obama’s Jobs Plan

    Former Gov. Mike Huckabee, (R-Ark.), on the declining support for the President and his jobs plan.

  10. More Democrats Bailing on Obama’s Jobs Plan

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the President losing support, even in his own party, for his jobs plan.

  11. 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...

  12. Time to Drill Baby Drill?

    FBN's panel weighs in on gas prices and offshore drilling.

  1. New EPA rules causing electricity prices to rise?

    FBN’s Rich Edson with the latest on new EPA rules on coal power plants and the price of electricity.

  2. Rep. Bill Cassidy’s run for Senate

    Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) on his 2014 midterm election campaign and natural gas exporting.

  3. Election strategy memo to Democrats: Don’t say recovery

    Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) weighs in on class warfare, more Keystone Pipeline delays and the 2014 midterm elections.

  4. Time for a different kind of GOP?

    FNC’s Bret Baier on Senator Rand Paul’s comments on the GOP and division among Democrats.

  5. Russia Vows to Hit Back After U.S. 'Hostile Thurst'

    Russia imposed retaliatory sanctions on nine U.S. officials and lawmakers on Thursday as tension over Moscow's annexation of Crimea mounted, warning the West it woul...

  6. Ex-Microsoft Exec Named to Oversee

    The Obama administration on Tuesday announced the appointment of a former Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ:MSFT) executive to oversee its revamped website and e...

  7. What Does Washington Have in Store for Small Business?

    In this two-part series, political leaders from the Republican and Democratic parties share what Washington, D.C., has in store for small-business legislation in 2013. For part two, Business on Main sat down with Senator Mary Landrieu , D-La.

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