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Are there additional energy costs of running a light rail that don't get measured?
By forgetting the things that you think you need, you can enjoy all the things you already have.
A US library operator says it can could cut the cost of running Britain's libraries by 35 percent.
A Gallup poll shows that Americans are becoming more optimistic about the state of the economy.
Canada home prices are rising about 5 percent a year, while home prices are falling in the US.
One of the goals of the extension of the Bush-era tax cuts was to get Americans to spend and boost the economy. Is that really what we should be doing?
Talk in Washington of ending 'job-killing regulations' isn't helping the US create any more jobs.
Twenty years ago, Seoul looked much like Cairo does today.
Initial jobless claims fell to 383,000 last week. But the total number of Americans still getting jobless benefits remains stubbornly high.
'Cost' is the opportunity that you have to give up in order to do something else. But how can this concept be measured in dollars?
With bailouts for banks and handouts for the poor, is the government just trying to buy the affection of Americans?