Germany’s €9 Monthly Train Pass Proves Popular (And A Pleasant Surprise)

[ad_1] Aboard the Hamburg-Westerland train, Germany – Barbel Hale, who doesn’t usually ride on trains, was pleased to find that the blue-and-white area she rode early one afternoon wasn’t very …

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Japan returns to economic growth as coronavirus scare eases

[ad_1] Tokyo — Restaurants are full. Malls are full. People are traveling. And Japan’s economy is beginning to grow again, as consumers, weary of more than two years after the …

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opinion | The Inflation Reduction Act is a huge health care reform

[ad_1] And perhaps most importantly, the government will not negotiate drug prices for privately insured or uninsured people. Seniors who rely on Medicare access much more health care and are …

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Does the F-150 Lightning Everyone Want a Truck That Plugs In?

[ad_1] The evening ended with a fireworks finale with “God Bless the USA”, punctuated by local cover band, Fly Betty. SK, Ford, many energy policy makers and pragmatic environmentalists hope …

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Electric Cars Too Expensive for Many, Even With Aid to the Climate Bill

[ad_1] Policymakers in Washington are promoting electric vehicles as a solution to climate change. But an uncomfortable truth remains: Battery-powered cars are too expensive for most Americans. Congress has started …

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