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Energy secretary shoots down rumors that he plans to leave

December 13, 2010 Despite the rumors that he might be leaving his post, Energy Secretary Steven Chu says he plans to remain on the job. "I came here because I believe in what the president believes in in terms of energy and the environment," Chu said on Platts Energy Week Sunday. Saying he...

General not confident of 2014 pullout from Afghanistan

December 6, 2010 Gen. David Petraeus couldn't say he was confident that the U.S. can pull out of Afghanistan in 2014. "I don't think there are any sure things in this kind of endeavor," he said in an exclusive interview with George Stephanopoulos on ABC's Good Morning America. Winning in Afghanistan, Petraeus said,...

Interior official says rebound from drilling moratorium will be slow

September 28, 2010 Very few offshore oil and natural gas drilling rigs will actually resume activity within the first month the deepwater drilling moratorium is lifted in the Gulf of Mexico, a top Interior Department official said Monday. "Even when the moratorium is lifted, you won't see drilling going on the next day...

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