Articles by Handley, Meg
Supply constraints in materials and labor coupled with few buildable lots is squeezing homebuilders.
Solar energy powering the nation's homes and businesses has grown 600 percent since 2008.
Taxpayers could profit from Fannie, Freddie bailout, but housing finance reform still needs discussion.
A popular federal refinancing program will stay around for another two years.
Luxury hybrid-electric vehicle maker Fisker could default on its $192 million DOE-backed loan.
Dr. Ernest Moniz appears before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
As the Keystone XL pipeline decision looms, ads touting and condemning the project have emerged.
Americans' economic outlook is increasingly pessimistic, even with more positive housing indicators.
The natural gas craze is helping lower greenhouse gas emissions.
The State Department could give soon the go ahead - or the ax - to the Keystone pipeline.