Steven Mufson

Washington Post

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Steven Mufson is a staff writer covering energy and other financial news for the Washington Post. He is also the author of Keystone XL: Down the Line.

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In 1972, California clinched the presidential nomination for Democrat George McGovern. Since then, the biggest state has become an ATM for candidates of both parties.

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Shareholders of ExxonMobil, the world’s largest oil and gas producer, voted to break with management on the issue of climate change.

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Shareholders of ExxonMobil, the world’s largest oil and gas producer, voted to break with management on the issue of climate change.

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In advance of his speech to Congress tomorrow, President Trump said he wants a budget that slashes expenses for various agency budgets at the same it substantially increases defense…

Trump proposes a boost to defense, cuts everywhere else

In advance of his speech to Congress tomorrow, President Trump said he wants a budget that slashes expenses for various agency budgets at the same it substantially increases defense…

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