A bombing in Manchester. President Trump on the foreign stage. A week of meetings and photo opportunities, as well as a gift with a message from the Pope – his 2015 encyclical on climate change. It's the top international news stories of the week - on 1A.
President Donald Trump has signed an order to approve a massive rollback of federal regulations. The new rules mean for every new regulation passed, two others need to go. It’s a bonfire of red tape and official paperwork.
Joshua Johnson looks at how all of this could affect America’s energy providers and those charged with looking after our environment.
- Amy Harder Reporter covering energy and climate policy, The Wall Street Journal.
- Michael Brune Executive director, Sierra Club, an environmental organization.
- Thomas Pyle President, the American Energy Alliance; he served on Donald Trump's transition team focusing on the Department of Energy; formerly an oil and gas lobbyist.
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