By most statistical measures, the US is near full employment. But many people still feel anxious. What's behind the dichotomy and how it's changing the culture of the workplace.
Some experts project electric vehicles could make up more than half of car sales by 2040, projections that GM, Ford, Volkswagen, Chinese automakers, and others are taking seriously all of a sudden.
By moving power and money to the states, the GOP’s answer to Obamacare built on a powerful idea that's popular beyond conservative ranks. But the Graham-Cassidy bill contained too many other flaws to get the needed votes.
An improving economy is making homeownership available to more Americans. But black and Latino households remain far behind, and policy changes could threaten the gains.
As safety-net programs have expanded, there is more political pressure to keep those benefits – even as fiscal pressure is mounting to reduce the cost.
In eight states where insurers have already formalized their proposed rates for 2018, premiums are headed upward by an average of 18 percent next year, according to analysis by health consulting firm Avalere.
Republicans in the House of Representatives narrowly won a 217-213 vote Thursday to replace key parts of Obamacare. The legislation now faces an even tougher path in the Senate.
The budget deficit is set to soar, even if the president's new corporate tax-cut plan doesn't go through. But politicians and even some economists are less alarmed by big deficits.
In this edition: Solar and wind expand globally even with less money being spent on them; California farmers adapting to new weather extremes; river cleanups and the residents who live nearby.
The president toned down his anti-China rhetoric during this week's summit with China's President Xi. Now, some urge him to follow up with consistent multinational pressure on Beijing.
In this edition: Trump's effort to dismantle Obama's Clean Power; a rising mind-set of shared sacrifice regarding water in the West; progress in Flint.
In this edition: Carbon emissions stay flat for three years, yet global economy grows; a Cheerios-led effort to save bees; could a Moore's Law for carbon halt climate change?
In this edition: As government revisits gas-mileage targets, it'll test carmaker commitment to cleaner vehicles; science funding slashed in Trump budget proposal; why solar panels bloom in the land of hydropower.
In this edition: A water-management idea that could help farms, cities, and ecosystems; potatoes on Mars; clean energy momentum, despite Trump.
In this edition: Behind looming budget cuts at the EPA, a changed GOP; China positioning itself as a global leader on climate action; How climate affects the weather.
In this edition: Climate change prompts adaptation in the Colorado River basin; how a map and an app might help bees; can science be unifying?
In this edition: Morocco's lessons on climate-smart agriculture; managing dams gets tougher as more precipitation falls as rain not snow; the great bird count.
In this edition: Community-size projects aim to democratize solar energy; big-name Republicans push 'carbon dividends' for all; man-made pollinators.
A group of prominent conservatives put forward a plan for addressing climate change. In some ways, it's a marker for the future.
In this edition: The conservatives who support climate action; a move for coal miners and against stream protections; swords into plowshares (sort of).
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