Probe of ex-Interior Secretary Norton's handling of Shell winds down, sources say

By Peter H. Stone

A Justice Department probe into whether former Interior Secretary Gale Norton illegally gave preferential treatment to Royal Dutch Shell Gro

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"… underway. …"

Grand Old Parties: Special interests shower Republicans with perks and parties in the Big Apple

By Meredith O'Brien

Cowboy boots and rock stars. Tuxedos and champagne. Batting practice in a Major League Baseball stadium and coveted tickets to the U.S. Open

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"… ociationAmerican Gas AssociationUnknown“Taste of Brooklyn” partyUnknownCoca-ColaCopacabana“Hispanic Event” at the 1940’s style supper clubThe First T …"

The politics of energy: Coal

By Bill Dawson

WASHINGTON, December 3, 2003 — At the first meeting of President George W. Bush's cabinet in 2001, then-Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill dist

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"… atural gas for electric power generation” and “significantly higher” electricity prices. Published the month before Bush’s inauguration, the study had been gene …"

Trading in favors

By Alex Knott and Aubrey Bruggeman

WASHINGTON, July 2, 2003 — Legislative favors, increased access to federal lawmakers and instructions on how to use loopholes to evade feder

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"… a; Senator Don Nickles, R-Okla.; Senator Larry Craig, R- Idaho; as well as Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham and Interior Secretary Gale Norton.Access was also the the …"