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The war against climate change is over and we've all lost.


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The war against climate change is over and we've all lost.

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Entrance to Hell

The war against climate change is over and we've all lost.

Drivers Not Wanted

With motor vehicle fatalities soaring, the auto giants are racing to get self-driving cars on the road.

Drought and Deluge

Whatever the future brings us, it always seems to arrive in California first.

Game Changer

Kentucky aims for the global logistics crown with Amazon's new air-cargo shipping hub.

Vacuum Power

China is poised to fill the void left by the U.S. withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Batteries Are Included

The solution to an environmental disaster in California may hold the key to the future of renewable energy.

High-Growth Sector

Statewide legal marijuana is a $6.7-billion industry that may all go up in smoke if the Justice Department enforces federal laws prohibiting it.

Ford’s El Foldo

Ford's decision to cancel its plans to build a $1.6-billion assembly plant in Mexico is not a clear-cut victory for U.S. manufacturing.

Crystal Ball 2017

Don't get tricked by fake news: BF's got the real deal on next year's headlines.

Taking It To The Max

Mississippi's Golden Triangle has put itself on the map, big-time.

The Art of the Deal

President-elect Trump blocks some layoffs in Indy with a lay-up of a negotiation.

It’s a Gusher!

A mile beneath the surface of West Texas, there are 75 billion barrels of oil in Permian Basin shale deposits.

Greed Tops Glory

As one epic baseball curse falls, another rises in its place.

Separated at Birth

U.S. cities are moving to undo the devastation to city neighborhoods wrought by urban freeways that sliced through their midst.

Vox Populi

The keepers of the nation's treasures have turned to online crowdfunding to preserve them.

Ministry of Information

If you think the debate over electronic surveillance has been settled, think again.

Open Borders

Seattle and Vancouver ponder the creation of a Cascadia Innovation Corridor that would span the U.S.-Canada border.

High-Water Mark

An obsolete federal cost-benefit analysis is preventing Cedar Rapids from building a new $600 million flood control system.

Sprawl or Tall?

Los Angeles, finally running out of room to build out, is struggling with a growing imperative to build up.

Crop Conglomerates

The world's biggest biotechnology success story is having some unintended consequences.

15 Years Later

What has not changed since September 11, 2001.

The Great Migration

The residents of an island village in Alaska have voted to move to the entire town to the mainland.

PV vs. T-Rex

Rapidly expanding renewable energy may not be reliable enough to replace the traditional power-generating infrastructure.

Nearsighted

New York lawmakers complain about the short-term results of a long-term development program with 10-year incentives.

Crispr Critters

The world's scientists have been given the green light to re-engineer the human race. Anybody think that's a good idea?

More Than Maple Syrup

A green grid and a 1-gig broadband connection are transforming Burlington, VT into a thriving high-tech hub.

Not So Fast

The push to bring driverless vehicles to the mass market appears to have hit a major roadblock. Proceed with caution.

Keeping In Touch

A constant dialogue between local businesses and economic development organizations is a key that unlocks growth. Elk Grove Village sets a great example.

Royal Prerogative

There's a way to clean up the Brexit mess, but there's only one person in the United Kingdom with the power to do it.

Selecting Success

We hope President Obama's last keynote at SelectUSA marked a beginning and not an end.

Homeland Insecurity

It's time to take the $65-billion annual budget of the Department of Homeland Security and spend it on the people who can really protect us.

Brexit or Fix It?

The outcome of this month's referendum in the UK may determine if the European Union is headed for the dustbin of history.

Digital Factory

The widespread implementation of digital manufacturing platforms rapidly is outpacing the availability of skilled workers to run them.

Graphene Moxie

Graphene, the material that will revolutionize the world, is ready for its close-up in the commercial sector.

June 26 or Bust

There may be "still a lot of work to do," but officials insist the expanded Panama Canal will be open for business by the end of next month.

Last Chance

A $16-billion international project now rising in the south of France may offer the only real solution to the impending disaster of climate change.

Two-Way Street

Free trade agreements help the United States hold its lead as a top destination for foreign direct investment.

Data Cowboys

The Dallas-Ft. Worth metro area has become a leading U.S. hub for data centers.

Burn Baby Burn

Should burning trees to generate electricity be classified as carbon-neutral?

Battle of the Box

The future of television may depend on whether the FCC decides to end the cable TV industry's monopoly over set-top boxes.

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