But how accurate are the figures, collected as the pandemic started, when some people began to relocate?
Federal money could be set aside for electric vehicles and charging stations. The solar industry, however, still has questions.
The Tokyo Olympics is likely to lose money — potentially in the billions. Tokyo won't be the first host city to take that hit.
Memo tasks 21 federal agencies with combining two of the administration's top priorities in how energy and environmental funds are spent.
"Marketplace" host Kai Ryssdal speaks with Christopher Tyson about the history behind urban renewal projects and the role of the public sector in rebuilding America’s infrastructure.
Raimondo discusses the infrastructure packages moving through Congress and the semiconductor chip shortage.
Environmental justice groups hope the deal will restore a funding source to clean up Superfund sites: an excise tax on chemicals.
Nonprofit Climate Central estimates that home air conditioning use will increase almost 60% over the next 30 years.
Earmarks — money members of Congress request for projects back home — could make it easier for lawmakers to get on board.
The administration is calling it transformational spending. Republicans say it’s too much spending.