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GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN IMPACT

What: Thousands of researchers who rely on access to national parks find their projects in similar jeopardy or on hold because of the shutdown.

Who: Rob Hotakainen | READ STORY >>>

POWER SHIFT 2019

What: With the Democrats winning the majority in the House and a lot of reshuffling on committees in both chambers, there is a lot to cover before the start of the new Congress including the special climate committee, a coal-loving Dem leading the energy committee and all of those investigations.

Who: E&E Staff | READ COVERAGE >>>

PG&E WILDFIRES BANKRUPTCY

What: PG&E warns it's ready to file for bankruptcy protection. The company says it lacks the funds to pay as much as $30 billion in liabilities tied to deadly wildfires.

Who: Anne Mulkern | READ STORY >>>

HIDDEN GEMS

SMARTEST COAL COMPANY IS STILL FAILING

What: Cloud Peak Energy Inc. was supposed to be the smartest company in coal. But with debt mounting, the industry model might be on the auction block in a demoralizing tale for an industry already short on hope.

Who: Dylan Brown | READ STORY >>>

DISASTER PROJECTS THAT MAY FUND THE BORDER WALL

What: Mexico won't pay for President Trump's border wall. But Northern Californians, Houstonians and Floridians might.

Who: Daniel Cusick | READ STORY >>>

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