Articles by Handley, Meg
Tight inventory continues to keep a lid on home sales.
Home prices are back at 2003 levels.
Nations such as Turkey and Poland are considering adding nuclear to their power portfolios.
Solar power could help the United States achieve energy independence.
Houses near public transportation weathered the recession better than their counterparts.
Homes sales are picking up as inventory constraints ease slightly.
The U.S. is producing more oil and importing less from abroad.
Experts fear a cold spell could expose vulnerabilities in the natural gas generated electric system.
Policy changes and consumer education could help Americans save money while saving the environment.
New construction rises as permits surge suggesting a good spring building season ahead.