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Energy Secretary Steven Chu — a Nobel Prize-winning physicist — was  interrogated by Republican congress members  today about Solyndra.

Energy Secretary Stephen Chu Faces Congress on Solyndra

Energy Secretary Steven Chu — a Nobel Prize-winning physicist — was interrogated by Republican congress members today about Solyndra.

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As "Occupy" protesters filled streets in New York, Los Angeles and other cities, Congress was bearing down on the federally guaranteed loan to  Solyndra .

Was Solyndra a "Clean Energy" Boondoggle?

As "Occupy" protesters filled streets in New York, Los Angeles and other cities, Congress was bearing down on the federally guaranteed loan to Solyndra .

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Forty-seven world leaders are gathered in Washington for the biggest summit hosted by an American leader since the UN was founded in San Francisco in 1945.

Obama's Nuclear Summit Aims to Contain 21st Century Threats

Forty-seven world leaders are gathered in Washington for the biggest summit hosted by an American leader since the UN was founded in San Francisco in 1945.

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