Midwest Democrats Warn Party To Change Or Get Used To More Losing

Politics | Thomas Phippen
U.S. President Donald Trump reacts as he arrives at the White House from Indianapolis, in Washington D.C., U.S. September 27, 2017. (Photo: REUTERS/Carlos Barria)

‘If we don’t get this right in the next two cycles, we’re done’

America's Christmas Present Was Frigid Weather And Lots Of Snow

Energy | Tim Pearce
Pedestrians walk up a street on Beacon Hill during white-out, blizzard-like conditions in a winter nor'easter snow storm in Boston

Negative 40 degrees Fahrenheit

Children Today Will Probably Never Earn More Than Their Parents

US | Robert Donachie
Farmer collects strawberries with his children (Photo: Romrodphoto/Shutterstock)

Where is the American Dream?

Scientist: The Ethanol Mandate Is Killing People

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Raw corn is shown as it is unloaded for processing at the Lincolnway Energy plant in the town of Nevada, Iowa, December 6, 2007. U.S. food inflation is rising but don't blame the ethanol-based boom in corn prices, the head of global agriculture and food-industry research... REUTERS/JASON REED

The RFS ‘is responsible for reduced air quality over much of the U.S., which leads to increased mortality’

Midwest could face 'brownouts' due to federal environmental regulators

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
Power transmission towers are seen near the plant of new Shin Kori No. 3 reactor and No. 4 reactor of state-run utility Korea Electric Power Corp (KEPCO) in Ulsan

‘Very soon, and even next year’

Residents flee homes as Wis. levee starts to fail - AP

US | admin

Rivers rising to dangerous levels threaten residents

Chicago has worst trucking bottlenecks - Chicago Trib

US | interns

The Federal Highway Administration released a roster of 100 locations for the most severe trucking bottlenecks, three of the 10 most congested corridors are in the Windy City

Black Thursday in Georgetown

Opinion | Bill Regardie

When the U.S. Senate passed its vast financial overhaul bill last Thursday, suddenly the lights went out in Georgetown and across the river in equally tony McLean, Va. The area’s inhabitants, an incredible 3,000 lobbyists and lawyers, plus their army of foot soldiers—caterers, public relation pros, pollsters, plus secretaries and receptionists—were heading for the unemployment lines

Taking the higher ground - AP

US | admin

Towns reject FEMA flood buyouts

Midwest Airlines landed - KANSAS CITY BUSINESS JOURNAL

Business | interns

The Midwest Airlines name will cease to exist through a plan to merge the brand with its affiliated carrier, Frontier Airlines of Denver

Larry Bird and Magic Johnson: How they saved the NBA - The Daily Caller

Sports | Pat McMahon

NBA greats Magic Johnson and Larry Bird led their teams to victories, and also managed to help save basketball