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Orders Plunge, GDP Growth Revised Down

A huge drop in demand for cars, aircraft and other transportation equipment pulled down orders for so-called durable goods in […]

Why Oklahoma Built More Lakes Than Any Other State

Oklahoma Historical Society Oklahoma Governor Robert S. Kerr, shown here when he was in office in the 1940s. Two giants […]

Netanyahu To Press For ‘Red Line’ On Iran

When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the U.N. General Assembly today he will “argue for the need to set […]

Iowa Becomes First Swing State To Begin Early In-Person Voting

There goes Iowa again, always having to be first. The home of the first-in-the-nation caucuses is also the first swing […]

New Democracies Face Challenges From Old Militias

Less than a year ago, victorious militiamen swarmed the streets of Libya’s major cities basking in their role as national […]

Big Quakes Signal Changes Coming To Earth’s Crust

On April 11 of this year, an extraordinary cluster of earthquakes struck off Sumatra. The largest shock, magnitude 8.7, produced […]

Hurry up and slow down: Is the VA in an impossible situation?

A New York Times article on duplicate payments in the Department of Veterans Affairs’ pension system walks right into the systemic […]

“Hobby Lobby Faces Backlash for Lawsuit”

Hobby Lobby is getting some heat over its Affordable Care Act lawsuit. “… it’s not always popular to take certain […]

Oklahoma Wind Will Power Google Data Center

Here’s a win for Oklahoma’s wind-energy industry, which has been battered by layoffs and uncertainty surrounding that soon-to-expire federal tax […]

Oklahoma’s Workforce in One Chart

Joe Wertz/StateImpact Oklahoma / Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Last week we showed you the composition of Oklahoma’s economy by […]

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