The Forest Service unlawfully reduced the size of a restoration project in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest without fully analyzing its effects, a Washington-based conservation group alleged in a lawsuit.
The Kremlin is drafting a presidential decree that will prohibit Russian companies and any traders buying the nation’s oil from selling it to anyone that participates in a price cap, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
Time is running out for the European Union to resolve a dispute with the US over its massive subsidy program set to come into force in January, as the bloc weighs a series of measures to ensure European companies remain competitive.
No one can talk up mining like Robert Friedland, a veteran entrepreneur known as much for his showmanship as for his talent in spotting large deposits. But when he holds forth on the “revenge of the miners,” he might just be onto something.