• March 12, 2014 |  View Finders Blog

    Rehabilitated bald eagle takes flight in New Jersey [photos]

    New Jersey wildlife officials released a rehabilitated bald eagle at Winslow Wildlife Management Area in Camden County on Tuesday, but things did not ...
  • March 12, 2014 |  Tony Auth - Behind the Lines

    Climate change-deniers singin' in the rain

    The billionaire Koch brothers, who certainly know better, have lavished tens of millions of dollars on climate-denial groups working to delay or stop ...
  • March 11, 2014 |  National Interest

    Climate change talkathon is a sign of weakness

    There's a reason why the U.S. Senate has long been nicknamed the Cave of Winds. Typically, its denizens are all talk, no action.
  • March 10, 2014

    Abundance of solar panels, safety risks prompts push for registration in Philly

    Solar panels are good for the environment and good for a homeowner's energy bill.But Philadelphia City Council is worried they could also pose a ...
  • March 10, 2014 |  FactCheck.org

    FactCheck.org: Examining Keystone XL project — jobs, spills, climate change and gasoline prices

    After more than five years of claims and counter-claims about the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, President Obama is expected to make his final decisio...
  • March 8, 2014 |  StateImpact Pennsylvania

    Pa. DEP says radiation levels ‘normal’ after Greene County gas well fire

    The Department of Environmental Protection says residents were not exposed to unsafe levels of radiation in the days following last month’s explosion ...
  • March 7, 2014

    Lawmakers focus on rail safety as more oil trains to move through Pa.

    By the end of April, trains hauling 80,000 barrels of crude will arrive from North Dakota daily to feed refineries along the Delaware River.
  • March 5, 2014

    As train transport of oil increases, Pa. railroads, first responders quizzed on emergency plans

    The number of trains carrying crude oil is on the rise in Pennsylvania. So, are first responders prepared for potential accidents?That was the questio...