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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 .

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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 .

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