Nia Fowler

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Erie rejects one-year fracking moratorium

Two weeks after the Erie Board of Trustees narrowly voted to delay its consideration of a one-year fracking moratorium, the town's elected leaders …

Natural Gas

Co-Author of Study Being Used as ‘Ammunition’ Against Fracking Says One Very Important Point Is Being Overlooked

Is fracking causing earthquakes? That’s what Glenn Beck wanted to find out after a series of minor earthquakes rattled his studios in Irving, Texas. When Beck took to the Internet, he quickly found that a new study in the Bulletin of the Seismological Society co-authored by Michael Brudzinski …

Labour seeks ban on fracking near aquifers

Fracking would be prohibited on the land that collects the nation’s drinking water, under a Labour proposal published on Wednesday. The party also wants to reverse the government’s decision to stop shale gas companies having to notify residents individually of fracking in their area.<p>David Cameron …

Fracking

Police repeatedly mistake Pennsylvania man for suspected cop killer Eric Frein

Friends and strangers are rallying to help a man whom police have repeatedly mistaken for Eric Frein, the alleged cop killer and survivalist still on the loose in northeastern Pennsylvania.<p>James Tully, who doesn't own a car and who walks 5 miles to work every day, has been mistaken for Frein more …

Dow Surges 200-Plus Points Despite New Ebola Scare

U.S. stocks surged on Thursday, lifting the Dow industrials back into positive terrain for the year, as heavy-equipment maker Caterpillar boosted its profit outlook and an unexpected increase in euro-zone manufacturing eased worries about the global economy. But equities pared gains in late trading …

Stock Markets

Ebola crisis: Dozens monitored after first Mali case

<b>The authorities in Mali have confirmed the death of the country's first Ebola patient, a two-year-old girl.</b><p>The World Health Organisation said the toddler had travelled hundreds of kilometres by bus from Guinea through Mali showing symptoms of the disease.<p>More than 40 people known to have come into …