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As President Obama weighs a veto of Keystone XL, TransCanada is pushing a project that will move transport more crude from the Canadian oil sands to world markets.

The House of Representatives has already voted nine times to approve the project.

But the Anglo-Dutch major’s cuts are smaller than expected, and it says it’s trying not to “over-react” to the low-price environment.

But Obama administration moves to restrict drilling in Alaska.

Caterpillar’s performance is often seen as a gauge of the health of the global economy. By that measure, things aren’t looking too good.

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The New England Patriots quarterback and coach fumbled the ball when they defended themselves in the Deflategate scandal. Communications expert Mary Civiello assesses why people have trouble believing them.