A phrase referring to President Reagan's rhetoric as "bellicose" was also removed.
Last year Oklahoma, Georgia and Texas all introduced bills threatening to pull the course over the guidelines.
They are suspended off the bridge in Oregon with days' worth of supplies, Greenpeace said.
The permits were approved despite officials earlier concluding that long-term drilling in the Arctic's Chukchi Sea would come with a 75 percent chance of a major spill.
Study puts to rest argument that being trans results from hormone imbalance.
The Nexen pipeline spill is larger than the spill on the Kalamazoo River, which was the worst of its kind in U.S. history.
Seventeen wells have been left with temporary seals since the 1960s.
"A 60 percent decrease would end all life on Earth, forever probably."
Researchers saw more heart and brain-related hospitalizations in regions with more fracking wells.
If saving the planet doesn't make you switch to solar, maybe the price will.
As the world warms, the ice-free season in polar bears' Arctic habitats grows longer and longer.
Unless the fine is explicitly called a "penalty," it can be written off as a normal business expense.
Some of the biggest faces of radio tweeted photos of life at NPR.
The case will now go back to the D.C. Circuit court.
Friday's decision sparked a party at the bar where the gay rights movement began.
In Unprecedented Case, Dutch Court Sides With Climate Activists Who Sued Their Country for Emissions
The Netherlands will have to cut their greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent in the next five years.
"Poor quality, won't flush," wrote one reviewer, who gave the flag two stars.
The rules, if finalized, would cut greenhouse gas emissions by an estimated 1 billion tons.
Pope Francis on Twitter: The Earth Looks Like 'an Immense Pile of Filth,' and It's Capitalism's Fault
The pope just went on a Twitter rant, and schooled the world on environmental justice.
Don't believe everything you see in graph form.
A government official said that France must be "on the offensive" with potentially unsafe chemicals.
With snowpack at zero and the summer heating up, the toll of the drought keeps growing.
Industry representatives say the rules stem from stigma and threaten to shut down the entire industry.
The president's social media launch went smoothly enough.