Republicans say they’ll try using their new power in Congress to force Barack Obama to approve the long-delayed project.
Finance Minister says US energy security depends on having multiple sources of oil.
State Department needs more time to prepare its recommendation to the president over the pipeline’s routing.
Obama and allies leverage the 20-year-old deal to sell benefits of Trans-Pacific Partnership.
A group of Republicans, Democrats, labour and business leaders and a Canadian ambassador are pushing for a quick approval.
Must sell his ambitious plan to a wary public.
Tom Steyer says US will reap limited, “dirty” benefits from Keystone XL approval.
The Northern Route Approval Act would give Congress the power to greenlight the pipeline.
US averts default, but sets up another debt clash later this year.
Potential fallout from political gridlock is a great risk to the domestic economy.
President Barack Obama and the US Congress are back where they were before Christmas, locked in an election-season tussle over a proposed 1,700-mile oil pipeline from Canada to Texas.