Obama moves to take climate-change, energy policy from Congress

President Barack Obama has nominated two people to his Cabinet, following through on his warning that he will use executive power to set climate-change and energy policy if Congress doesn't act. He nominated Gina McCarthy, a former regulator and expert on air-quality law, to head the Environmental Protection Agency, and physicist Ernest Moniz, who advocates phasing out coal, to run the Department of Energy.

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