Jalopnik Announces 1 Simple Fix to Dramatically Increase Fuel Economy

[Manhattan, New York] Just outside the media hospitality room at the New York International Auto Show, an eager automotive press corp scribbled with hushed tones as Matthew Hardigree, Editor-In-Chief of automotive listicle platform Jalopnik, announced their first foray into consumer electronics. » 4/01/15 1:09pm 4/01/15 1:09pm

Oil Production Protest Runs Out of Parking

Energy company Kinder Morgan has started drilling test wells at Burnaby Mountain, outside Vancouver. They hope to explore the viability doubling the Trans Mountain pipeline from the Alberta oil sands to the British Columbian coast. Protesters flocked to the site to stop this expansion of the Canadian petroleum… » 11/24/14 11:23am 11/24/14 11:23am

WashPo: Keystone XL Not a Evil Commie Plot

Some of you Yankees, in between your stints shooting AK-47s at innocent wildlife and claiming that kind of nationalized single-payer healthcare system you so desire is "free," may have watched the State of the Union last Tuesday. For those of you who don't know, the State of the Union is like a Throne Speech, except… » 2/01/14 3:27pm 2/01/14 3:27pm

Southern Section of Keystone XL Pipeline Now Operational

TranCanada Corp. has opened all the valves of the southern section of their Keystone XL pipeline, traveling from Cushing, Oklahoma to Houston-area refineries. The Canadian energy firm filed a permit with the U.S. Government five years ago to build the northern section, from Ft. McMurray, Alberta to Cushing, Oklahoma.… » 12/10/13 11:46am 12/10/13 11:46am

Obama set to okay pipeline, former insider says, as poll shows support

According to reporting by The Globe and Mail, U.S. President Barack Obama will "almost certainly" approve the Keystone XL pipeline. The claim was made by David Gordon, a former State Department Director of Policy and Planning during the Bush administration, on a recent visit to Ottawa. Read the full story here. » 4/22/13 12:42pm 4/22/13 12:42pm