How the Kentucky tornadoes are compounding an existing housing crisis
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Consumption of durable goods in the U.S. is well above pre-pandemic levels, exacerbating supply chain bottlenecks caused by the pandemic.
Gift-givers seem to be paying attention to messages urging them to ship early.
Even before the tornadoes destroyed more than a thousand homes, Kentucky had a shortage of affordable rentals.
Electric vehicles have been known more for eco-consciousness and finesse than ruggedness and power.
A Bay Area nonprofit has helped nearly 400 people move from the program into stable housing.
Some say the return of the U.K.’s only annual mistletoe auction heralds the beginning of the end of COVID-induced social distancing.