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Sponsored: AT&T's three-pronged approach to energy management (AT&T)

  

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If America goes over the 'fiscal cliff' - political slang for a set of tax hikes and spending cuts - a range of environmental programs could be left hanging.
 


Leaders like CIA Director David Petraeus tend to be bold risk-takers, and that trait may make these leaders more likely to take risks in their personal lives.

 

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In a special op-ed, climate activist Bill McKibben says now is the time for the administration to stand up to the richest industry on Earth.

 

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Even though most kids can't drive or donate money to charity, they can do plenty to help animals. Our pet expert has the details.

  

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On this day in history: A researcher predicts that we'll add 2.6 billion people to the Earth by mid-century, and 'Who Killed The Electric Car' is released on DVD. Find out more about Nov. 14...

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