His challenge is to appeal both to the GOP's tax-cutting faithful and to independents and moderates.
As more independent mechanics say manufacturers deny them access to data, states debate 'right to repair' laws.
His call for US emissions to stabilize by 2025 marks a policy change, but is still behind other nations.
Americans now spend a larger share of their income on energy than at any time since 1986.
Readers write about the Zimbabwe elections, US-Colombia free trade, employment for returning reservists, and protesting the Iraq war.
Some are rushing to take advantage of the new consumer freedoms, but few can afford to go beyond window shopping.
Bush announced Thursday that Army tours will be cut to 12 months.
No Child Left Behind has created a demand for school administrators who can take the pressure, and some 20 percent of school districts are now seeking superintendents because of a shortage.