Obama launches 'coordinated assault' against warming
President Obama today said that rather than waiting for Congress to act on climate change, his administration would move forward in every way it could -- curbing emissions, shoring up American infrastructure and heading "a coordinated assault" abroad on global warming.
2. KEYSTONE XL:
Obama nods to pipeline foes but doesn't tip hand on decision
President Obama today gave a surprise boost to climate activists resisting Keystone XL by using his much-watched climate change speech to declare that the politically incendiary pipeline should not go forward if it would "significantly exacerbate the problem of carbon pollution."