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Can a country slash its CO2 emissions and avoid electricity price spikes at the same time?

BERLIN -- The goal is ambitious: Can Germany successfully adapt its electricity market to a future where the predominant power is renewable energy? The country is trying to pull together its current plan to get there at a difficult moment, when all across Europe, countries are suffering from market conditions that favor a fuel switch from natural gas to low-cost coal. This has yielded record export levels and rising emissions that threaten to undo Germany's reputation as a champion of climate change action.

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Cowgirl to ride herd on Obama admin policy

Cynthia Lummis was about 8 years old when she began putting up hay on her family's ranch on the outskirts of Cheyenne -- she was finally tall enough to push a tractor pedal fully down. Before long, she graduated from mechanical raker to mower to baler to stacker wagon. She showed Hereford calves in the 4-H Club and has worked cattle all her life. The Republican, 60, today is a key advocate for ranchers and other land users in the U.S. House, where she's taking the reins of leadership posts that oversee public lands, grazing and energy development in the West.

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