News bites: Carbon storage setbacks, good news on Colorado flood impact, and more

The New York Times unwraps a new report that shows setbacks in carbon capture and storage efforts.

Hearst Newspapers explains why the energy industry is starting to "feel the pinch" from the government shutdown.

The Denver Post reports that testing shows no oil-and-gas pollutants in eight Colorado rivers after flooding in the state.

Bloomberg reports that some New Jersey lawmakers want the state to rejoin a regional carbon trading program, but face a roadblock in Gov. Chris Christie (R).