Blankenship opens wallet to clear his name, rattle Manchin.

How does Senator Don Blankenship sound to you?

How does Senator Don Blankenship sound to you?

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Art, activism mix in airborne crusade against strip mining.

RALEIGH COUNTY, W.Va. — Environmentalists have turned a hobbyist drone into a weapon in their long, bitter battle against strip mining.

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Trump EPA makes way for contentious Alaska mine project.

U.S. EPA today cleared a path for the Pebble mine to begin the permitting process, promising to scrap the Obama administration's proposed restrictions on the southwestern Alaska project.

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Mining union faces 'life-and-death' test.

GLEN DANIEL, W.Va. — A year ago, Chuck Nelson's friends weren't sure they would see him again.

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Interior drops disputed jobs claim from blog on stream rule.

The Interior Department on Friday removed a job loss estimate related to the now-defunct Stream Protection Rule from a blog post, saying it edited the text "for clarification."

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$1B cleanup and aid bill attempts to bridge East-West divide.

Workers are finally moving a mountain eyesore that has towered above Ehrenfeld, Pa., for decades.

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McCain, Kirkpatrick bet on 7,000-foot hole to victory.

The world's two largest mining companies have dug a 7,000-foot tunnel in Arizona that Republican Sen. John McCain and Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick hope leads straight to the Senate.

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Democratic platform forsakes 'all of the above,' not miners.

he latest draft of the Democratic Party platform says the United States should run entirely on clean energy by 2050. But while the document pledges to abandon fossil fuels, it does not want to forsake industry workers, singling out struggling coal miners.

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