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nytimes.com — There's a proven and painless way to reduce fuel consumption but politicians won't even touch it.
Soldiers and their families are bearing the biggest cost of the war in Iraq—while oil companies make out like bandits. more »
George W. Bush's leadership on the economy has definitely broken records—just not the kind you'd want to brag about. more »
On student loans, the president gets schooled by a student from Kansas State. more »
If Democrats want to regain their economic credibility, they should look to their roots. more »
Congress' most recent budget cuts put the biggest burden on those who can least afford it—college students. more »
How to measure prosperity; DeLay's Russian cohorts; untangling immigration: Readers react in this week's letters. more »
One of the most common justifications that's trotted out every time someone in Congress proposes a tax cut for rich Americans is more »
Could the Bush administration really be about to propose ending a subsidy for the wealthy? more »
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