When it comes to government mandates, ethanol proves, "it's complicated."
Over the decades it's become clear that an environmental crisis is the media's baby; environmental progress is an orphan.
Inoculation, immunization, vaccination: What's the difference?
Full Speed Ahead: Widening the Pathway to College and Career Success
By Dean Alford
Our "flat" world is a global economy in which other nations race to surpass American dominance in every area, including higher education. The c...
Hurricane Sandy has been described as a harbinger of what comes with rising seas: the inundation of coastal cities, devastating storm surges, destruction of coastal wetlands and abandonment of land. The story is simple: Glaciers melt and oceans warm, causing seas to rise.
The key question is: Is Medicaid expansion beyond the poverty level a "hand up" or a "handcuff?"
Uber for health care, celebrity deaths, palliative care and health care numbers.
Georgia is one of 35 states that institute certificate of need (CON) laws. First passed in the 1960s to deter increasing health care costs, CON laws were supposed to limit duplication and promote health care consolidation. In essence, CON programs require health care providers to receive state approval to increase facilities and services.
A number of reforms that would improve the estimates of the costs and benefits of transportation projects.