Infrastructure brings Americans together.
Issues include outdated infrastructure and insurance policies
‘If we don’t invest now, Americans pay more in the long run’
Hundreds of large infrastructure projects are caught in bureaucratic bottlenecks.
Is the president serious about fixing our failing infrastructure? It sure doesn’t seem like it.
The federal government shouldn’t finance infrastructure projects that can be financed commercially.
Why the big transportation spending cut that House Republicans are pushing makes sense.
Sen. Tom Harkin predicts that the package may lower the unemployment rate by two points
Despite its reputation as the oil capital of America, the Lone Star State is building up its electric car infrastructure to prepare for new plug-in vehicles set to hit the market
Matt Lewis discusses the battle over government spending cuts and regulation of the energy business
The public debate about infrastructure spending is completely unhinged from reality.
Chinese traffic jam, day nine - YAHOO! News
A Chinese expressway has become a parking lot for over a week, spanning 62 miles
A new program nicknamed “Perfect Citizen” will detect cyber attacks on U.S. infrastructure
Flood-weary residents in Rhode Island surveyed the damage as waters started receding, with officials saying Thursday the long-term recovery could take months
Senate approves jobs bill 70-28 - CNNMONEY.COM
Senators approved a $15 billion job-creation bill on Wednesday, which would give businesses tax breaks for hiring the unemployed and states more money for infrastructure projects
In President Obama’s meeting with Senate Democrats today, Senator Sherrod Brown (OH) pressed the president on why the United States does not have a manufacturing policy. Senator Brown was right to raise the question.
Critical infrastructure networks around the world are subject to repeated cyberattacks from foreign governments and other high-level adversaries that can be damaging and costly, according to a report McAfee released Thursday
If nothing else, President Barack Obama’s speech at the Brookings Institution proposing a third stimulus reveals his stubborn persistence in trying to demonstrate that liberal economic nostrums based on big spending can work; it just takes a lot of practice to “get it right.” Of course, these multiple practice sessions