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Global Politics

Remembering the Man They Called 'King Ralph'

Former Canadian politician Ralph Klein has died at the age of 70. Klein was Premier of the province of Alberta for 14 years. He was a strong advocate for Alberta's oil sands. The World's Andrea Crossan remembers one of Canada's most colorful politicians.

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Conflict & Justice

Israel worried about energy supply

Israel has been anxiously following events in Egypt, worried about how the unrest could affect the peace treaty between the two countries. But as Daniel Estrin reports, Israelis are now worried about their energy security, too.

Conflict & Justice

Chevron May Pay Big to Ecuador

Chevron Corp., the U.S.'s second largest oil company, is the alleged culprit, and the company may have to pay at least $8 billion to repair damages after a ruling yesterday. To tell us more about the long fight is the BBC's Irene Caselli.

Environment

Robert Bryce

Author Robert Bryce talks to Faith about why it may be near impossible for America to achieve energy independence, as told in his new book, "Gusher of Lies."

Environment

Robert Bryce

Author Robert Bryce talks to Faith about why it may be near impossible for America to achieve energy independence, as told in his new book, "Gusher of Lies."

Environment

Gas tax holiday

Faith shares her thoughts on the gas tax holiday endorsed by both John McCain and Hillary Clinton.

Environment

Gas tax holiday

Faith shares her thoughts on the gas tax holiday endorsed by both John McCain and Hillary Clinton.

Environment

Galapagos wind

Ecuador has just inaugurated its first wind farm on San Cristobal island in the Galapagos, and it's one of the world's largest wind-diesel hybrids. Spectrum Radio's Erico Guizzo visited the San Cristobal Wind Project and has our report.