Elisabeth Rosenthal

New York Times

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Elisabeth Rosenthal on KCRW

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The Affordable Care Act and the Skyrocketing Cost of Healthcare

When it comes to healthcare, Americans spend a lot more than people in other industrialized countries, so why are we less healthy?

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Turns out it was old news to energy experts, but this week's report from the International Energy Agency has a lot of others revising their thinking about the domestic production of…

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When the President and Mitt Romney talked about "energy independence" during the recent campaign, it had the sound of an unattainable promise.

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