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Stimulus Stalls in Kansas City

A 'Green Impact Zone' has prepared poor and working class residents for the promise of electrics cars. But it doesn't seem to have done much to generate the jobs...

Morning Must Reads: March 15

In the news: pope's "Dirty War" background; Sen. Portman and gay marriage; Reuters employee involved in L.A. Times hack; "London Whale" report released; and Sen...

Over a Barrel

The 2012 election was supposed to be decided by sky-high gas prices. A gallon of regular gas cost more on average during 2011 than it ever had before, and in the...

“Dallas” Drama Goes Green

In case you thought that the battle between big oil and alternative fuel had cooled down, Hollywood has proven that the debate is hot enough to inspire soap...

Can Photo Ops Lower Gas Prices? Stay Tuned.

“No matter what happens to America,” the satirical pundit Stephen Colbert once observed, “She will always rebound with the most powerfully staged photo-ops in...

The Solyndra Syndrome

The shiny photo Ops long ago became a blur: President Obama posing on one gleaming factory floor after another, often in shirtsleeves or protective glasses, with...

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