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The Central American nation of Nicaragua pledged Wednesday to become a party to the Paris climate change agreement, leaving the U.S. and Syria as the only two outliers to the global emissions pact. "We will soon adhere, we will sign the Paris Agreement," Nicaragua President Daniel Ortega told state media on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Ismael Francisco, Cubadebate)

Nicaragua to leave US alone with Syria in anti-Paris climate club

Once Nicaragua fulfills its pledge, it will leave Syria as the only remaining country not to sign onto the deal, and the U.S. as the only co...

Thriving solar industry braces for Trump's decision on tariffs

By Josh Siegel

The International Trade Commission will decide by Friday if the U.S. solar industry is being hurt by cheap solar imports, mostly from Asian....

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Daily on Energy: Energy nominees easily move to full Senate vote

By John Siciliano and Josh Seigel

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