...and why are some people outraged over it?
The winter wave is ending a month earlier than expected and so far the new variant (XBB 1.5) isn't doing all that much.
This winter Covid wave has been the mildest so far and has (fingers crossed) probably peaked.
The price of natural gas is twice what it was three years ago. Here are a few of the reasons why.
How does an "Arctic Bomb Cyclone" change how often a furnace runs? Can it keep up with the plunging temps? What does that cost?
Infections are falling, but beware the holiday bounce!
What does $25.7 trillion even look like?
Second worst in at least a quarter century
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