Less driving is possible
Residents of several states and cities have driven fewer miles on average in recent years than they did two decades ago. This decline suggests that Americans’ high levels of driving are not inevitable.
Who are the top climate polluters in the country?
Video Explainer: Why can’t I get a generic version of my drug?
‘Chromebook Churn’ report highlights problems of short-lived laptops in schools
Out to Pasture
Manufacturer-imposed repair restrictions make equipment breakdowns even more painful by forcing farmers to rely on their dealership for many fixes. Right to Repair reforms would save U.S. farmers $4.2 Billion per year by providing farmers with independent repair options.
Repair saves families big
Americans are churning through electronics, and it’s not cheap.
The Plane Truth
Passengers fed up with airlines' performance; analysis of DOT data shows complaints quadruple, cancellations soar
Why privacy matters – even if you’ve got nothing to hide
It’s not just your privacy that’s at risk - it’s your safety and security too.
‘Failing the Fix’ scorecard helps you buy a repairable laptop and cellphone
Updated report helps you buy products that last. Americans are holding onto their phones for longer than ever, making repairability an important concern, but a high price doesn't necessarily mean a fixable device