Dorry's Daily Digest for Sept. 13

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

Energy/environment:

  • Many wary as consolidated BP suit advances (WSJ)
  • Pipeline break drives oil over $76 (WSJ)
  • Power investing (WSJ)
  • Catching the breeze at your door (WSJ)
  • Water surge (WSJ)
  • Turning away from coal (WSJ)
  • Not just a lot of hot air (WSJ)
  • The wind gap (WSJ)
  • Rays for rent (WSJ)
  • Diesel picks up speed (WSJ)
  • China making inroads on emissions (WP)

Banking rules:

  • Regulators meeting in Switzerland agree on new global rules to strengthen banks (WP)
  • Regulators Back New Bank Rules to Avert Crises (NYT)
  • Banks get new restraints (WSJ)
  • Tough Bank Rules Coming (WSJ)

Health/drug safety:

  • Counterfeit Drug Count Is Tough to Swallow (WSJ)
  • Sebelius has a list (WSJ opinion)

Money in politics:

  • A G.O.P. Leader Tightly Bound to Lobbyists (NYT)
  • Chamber of Commerce Accused of Tax Fraud (NYT)

Trade:

  • Democrats use trade anxiety as campaign tool (WSJ)

Workplace safety:

  • Rig Workers Had Chance to Prevent Explosion (WSJ)
  • BP internal investigation report leaves some things unsaid (WP)