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Portsmouth Bypass, Ohio
A major highway project that scored near the bottom of the state’s priority list is under way in a county, and a state, where driving has declined and existing roads are in desperate need of repair.
Post office slowdown: How to cope with new delays in our mail delivery
This means everything from bills to birthday cards will arrive later in our mailboxes. And credit card and loan payments, RSVPs and government forms we send will take longer too.
Price gouging: What to watch for to protect your wallet
Our popular tips to prevent and report price gouging have assisted in record-breaking reports to states’ attorneys general, and also has led to new and strengthened related laws in states.
Protecting Children While Sheltering in Place
While we shelter in place and children stay home all day, it's important keep certain hazards out of their reach.
Protecting yourself from toxic hand sanitizers
After the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) flagged five brands of potentially dangerous hand sanitizer last month, the list of potentially contaminated products has skyrocketed.
We’re committed to a vision of a healthier future. A future where all families and communities have access to clean air, and safe drinking water. Where the food we eat is not only good for us, but it’s grown in ways that are good for the planet. A future where we are secure in the knowledge that we can all live healthy lives.
Puget Sound Gateway, Washington
Washington state is proposing to spend billions of dollars on a highway to relieve congestion in a way that will not do so, in an area where traffic has not grown for more than a decade, and where other pressing needs for transportation funding exist.
Rebuilt for school
Our guide will help you or the students in your life save money on computer or other electronics, while cutting e-waste.
Recalled infant sleepers
Every day, millions of kids are dropped off at child care facilities across the country by parents and caretakers who are looking forward to seeing them safe and sound at the end of the day. But new research found some dangerous recalled products are still in use at child care facilities across the country.
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