- Making News: Bush Seeks Energy Incentives to Cut Need for Foreign Oil
Today, for the second time in a week, President Bush is talking energy. At the Small Business Administration, he's expected to announce new initiatives that might eventually bring down energy prices. John Fialka covers energy and the environment for the Wall Street Journal.
- Reporter's Notebook: Spanish-Speaking America
Latinos have become the largest minority in the US, with thriving communities not just in LA, New York and Miami, but in the Midwest, Great Plains and the Deep South. Hector Tobar, the son of Guatemalan immigrants and a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the Los Angeles Times, is author of Translation Nation. In it, he argues that this "Latin Republic of the United States" will continue to speak Spanish and to change America for a long time.
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