Feb. 15, 2012
Since the financial crisis in 2008, credit expansion in the U.S. has ground to a halt, raising serious questions about the health of the national economy.
Credible ratings agency Moody's has issued more downgrade notices in Europe. Nine nations are hearing the bad news. Can the European Union really survive something like this?
Senate legislation would authorize $109 billion over two years, or $54.5 billion per year. Over the next two years, outlays would outpace revenues by $33.3 billion.
German utility executive makes the case that the sun is the number one cause of climate shifts.