The pending bailout legislation does not offer realistic solutions to our current financial problems.
At a time of soaring food prices and concern over carbon emissions, George Bush needs to rethink his biofuel policy.
The evidence is mixed. But it’s certainly possible that America will face only one quarter of negative economic growth.
Oil price increases have less effect on the U.S. economy today than they did in the 1970s, writes DIANA FURCHTGOTT-ROTH. But we can’t afford to be complacent.
It probably won’t happen, says DIANA FURCHTGOTT-ROTH, and even if it does, we may not know until 2009.
High petroleum prices are not in OPEC’s long-term interest, writes DIANA FURCHTGOTT-ROTH.
Congress can help American workers without sliding toward protectionism, writes DIANA FURCHTGOTT-ROTH.
Former Labor Department chief economist DIANA FURCHTGOTT-ROTH explains why a snapshot view does not reflect Americans’ true well-being.
Making it cheaper to drive a mile won’t help the environment.