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Nearly 8,000 Still Without Power in Eastern Missouri

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Nearly 7,300 Ameren Missouri residents are still without power following storms and high wind in eastern Missouri.

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Stockton Dam Close to Resuming Hydroelectric Power

STOCKTON, Mo. (AP) — Federal officials say Stockton Dam in southwest Missouri is expected to begin generating hydroelectric power by early June after an upgrade made to its turbine blades.

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Thousands Still Without Power Monday in Missouri

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Parts of Missouri are cleaning up after strong storms swept through the state.

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KCP&L and Central Missouri Electric Co-op Provide Update on Power Outage Progress

Weary crews from Central Missouri Electric Cooperative are making great strides toward ending outages caused by heavy snow from Winter Storm Rocky. At the peak of the outage situation, approximately two-thirds of the cooperative’s 10,400 meters were without power.  As of Thursday morning, Feb. 28, that number had shrunk to 500.

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What States in America Use the Most Energy?

Americans use a lot of energy. A LOT. In fact, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the United States burned up a whopping 98 quadrillion BTUs of energy in 2010, up from 95 quadrillion a year prior—a mind-boggling amount of energy consumption for a country that only makes up about 4.5 percent of the global population. Worldwide BTU usage is approximately 500 quadrillion, so that means that nearly a fifth of the world’s energy is being consumed by the United States.

U-S-A, U-S-A!

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Do Celebrities Have Too Much Political Power? — Survey of the Day

When a celebrity expresses a political opinion it is often covered in the media. And a famous person is also a lot more likely to be invited to the White House — or gain similar access to an elected official — than an average citizen.

But does that mean celebrities have too much political power?

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Tropical Storm Beryl Leaves Many Without Power on Memorial Day Weekend

While many Americans were enjoying the leisurely activities associated with Memorial Day weekend, there were thousands in Florida and Georgia who experienced the harshness of Tropical Storm Beryl.

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