Elisabeth Rosenthal

New York Times

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

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…

Oil and Gas Boom Reshapes US Energy Landscape

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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.

America's Oil Boom: the Economy and the Environment

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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