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Federal judge throws out Trump administration rule allowing the draining and filling of streams, marshes and wetlands

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U.S. prosecutors and lawyers for onetime Silicon Valley star Elizabeth Holmes are scrutinizing a pool of nearly 200 to find 17 jurors.

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Worrying About Your Carbon Footprint Is Exactly What Big Oil Wants You to Do

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Federal judge throws out Trump administration rule allowing the draining and filling of streams, marshes and wetlands

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