A police car is posted outside the Women's Medical Society in Philadelphia, on Jan. 20, 2011. Dr. Kermit Gosnell, accused of murder, performed abortions in the clinic. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Pennsylvania Tightens Abortion Rules Following Clinic Deaths

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Yahoo Buys News App From British Teenager For A Reported $30 Million

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As BP leaves the solar industry, Asian countries such as China are taking a lead role in production. Xinhua News Agency/AP hide caption

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BP Bows Out Of Solar, But Industry Outlook Still Sunny

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Investigator: BP Wasn't Prepared For Disasters At Deepwater Oil Wells

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Civil Trial Against BP Seeks To Place Blame For Gulf Oil Spill

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Penn State Officials Take Booze Out Of 'State Patty's Day' Mix

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Reports indicate that gas pump prices are at their highest level on record for this period of the year, but consumers might see a break in the near future — if all goes well. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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End Of Winter Drives Nation's Gas Prices Uphill

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What Would More Natural Gas Exports Mean To You?

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Residents Begin Cleanup After Massive Snowstorm

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Crews Clean Up Northeast Blizzard

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Opponents of fracking demonstrate during the Winter X Games 2012 in Aspen, Colo. Doug Pensinger/Getty Images hide caption

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Focus On Fracking Diverts Attention From Horizontal Drilling

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TransCanada already has begun construction on a southern section of the Keystone XL pipeline. Since it doesn't cross the U.S.-Canadian border, it doesn't require approval from the State Department and President Obama. Sarah A. Miller/AP hide caption

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Will Obama Administration Clear Keystone XL Pipeline?

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Crowds Begin Converging On Washington, D.C.

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