To make sense of the spread of Covid-19, economics—particularly black swan events and compound growth—can provide guidance.
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FERC draws new battle lines in the U.S. electricity wars.
Lawmakers in Oregon walked out of the capitol rather than vote on carbon pricing, even though voters seem to support it.
Executive powers can have a lasting impact, even with a hostile Congress.