A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
The Obama administration sends mixed signals on mountaintop coal mining. After putting dozens of proposed projects on hold, the EPA has endorsed an operation in West Virginia. Ongoing controversy over mountaintop coal mining.
- Roger Horton founder of Citizens for Coal
- Tom Hamburger an investigative reporter who covers the White House and executive branch for the "Los Angeles Times."
- Siobhan Hughes reporter for the Wall Street Journal covering energy and the environment
- Judy Bonds Co-Director of Coal River Mountain Watch
- Joe Lovett Executive Director of Appalachian Center for the Economy and the Environment in Lewisburg, West Virginia.
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