It's comforting to note that TransCanada, the owner of the pipeline, still thinks the project is economically viable after all these years of delays.
With low oil prices hurting Saudi Arabia's ability to pay off its welfare obligations, Fitch Ratings downgraded Saudi Arabia’s credit rating again on Wednesday, bringing it perilously close to “speculative,” from “investment grade.”
A self-imposed economic trap has sprung on OPEC-leading Saudi Arabia, making it apparent that American technology has for all practical purposes ended the OPEC cartel.
Back to the Stone Age: Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, a top climate alarmist for Germany, the UN, the European Union, and the Vatican, says scientists must “take to the streets” because we are facing “the end of the world as we know it.”
Trimming the fat in government is great, but you may want to think twice before cutting it out of your diet. For an increasing body of research indicates that a more traditional menu — replete with foods such as butter and whole milk — is more healthful than the lean fare prescribed during the last few decades.
OPEC's epic failure to force oil prices higher will end its production cut agreement, and signal the end of the cartel itself.
The media have spun the recent story about CIA-developed hacking tools by claiming either that there's nothing to worry about, or that the problem is so severe that it is no longer possible to protect our privacy through encryption. In reality, privacy is under attack, but encryption still works.
When presented by the BBC with evidence of pedophilia, Facebook called the police on the reporters who made the discovery.
Recent statements by the CIA and White House, coupled with the FBI's investigation into the source of leaked CIA documents and published by WikiLeaks, serve as admissions that the disclosures are genuine.