Dorry's Daily Digest for Sept. 10

Flickr photo by Jon Betts.

A daily look at news from the Washington Post, New York Times and Wall Street Journal that caught our eye:

Energy and Environment
  • EPA to study chemicals used to tap natural gas (NYT)
  • Solar’s shining White House moment (WP)
  • Reducing government’s carbon footprint (WP)
  • BP lawyers reviewed report on rig accident (WSJ)
  • EPA seeks gas-drilling facts (WSJ)
  • Cheniere wins nod to export U.S. liquefied natural gas (WSJ)
  • Hyundai develops fully electric car (WSJ)
Trade
  • US trade deficit narrowed in July as exports rose (NYT)
  • U.S. steelworkers target China (WP)
  • Steelworkers blast China on subsidies (WSJ)
Health
  • Brain-age scans seen as potential gauge of child development (WP)
  • U.S. rebukes health insurers (WSJ)
Financial Reform
  • Obama vs. Wall Street: Call a truce (WP)
  • SEC hones in on Lehman, ‘Funds of Funds’ (WSJ)
  • Agency examines oversight roles, possible conflict of advisory firms (WSJ)
Campaign Finance Reform and Ethics
  • Gray wants federal probe of alleged vote-buying (WP)
  • Fair courts at risk (NYT)