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A Second Crisis in Radioactive Waste

The way things are going, low-level nuclear waste could end up in everyone’s backyard.

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A week's worth of data, compiled from the last five editions of our daily email newsletter.

Eat the Fish—Or Else!

Our trade debate with China has taken a turn for the absurd.

Bonds’s Economic Home Run

Great athletics—and steroids—are part of the story, but so are supply and demand.

Cutting the Gordian Knot

A new and better carbon tax proposal.

Wrong of Way

New York’s new “passenger’s bill of rights” is all wrong—bad business and bad law.

Agent Green

Activists opposed to herbicide use are fighting for a dangerous weed—and increasing forest fire risks.

Bad Chemistry from California Regulators

You might be surprised to learn what is “known to the state of California”…

Poland’s Economy Outperforms Its Quarrelsome Leaders

Intra-European bickering may derail the country’s economic growth.

‘Citizen Diplomacy’—A Very Democratic Idea

Corporate leaders and other private actors are doing their part to represent America abroad.

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Backing 'Back to School'

Congressional subsidies for college tuition encourage students to over-consume.

Private Sector Healthcare Can Also Be 'Universal'

Watch out for reforms that would put government in charge.

Taxing Obesity: A Modest Proposal

Targeting foods is a needlessly indirect way of encouraging weight loss.

Sicko’s Box Office Numbers are Fuzzy, Too

You might be surprised which documentaries have actually earned the most…

Tonight’s Debate: A Labor of Love for Democratic Candidates

The Democratic field is unusually in tune with organized labor—but union leaders are playing hard to get.

Snacks that Slim – Starting with Your Pocketbook

Why your future self will appreciate those smaller, seemingly overpriced treats.

Subprime Bust Expands

To the students of history, the vicious cycle around the bust is all too familiar.

Trading Cubans for Corn

Lifting the embargo could help us move beyond the current regime of domestic agricultural subsidies.

Make Way for Japan

All eyes have focused on China lately, but Japan’s economy is nearly twice as large. More important, the ‘lost years’ of economic stagnation are over. Japan is back, and Japan is different. ROWAN CALLICK looks at why Japan changed, its new reform spirit in economics and politics, and its relations with the U.S. and with its obsession, China.

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