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Tens of billions of dollars in new funding for basic research, science infrastructure and clean-energy initiatives.
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An independent report addresses tough policy questions faced by the new administration.
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Some employees want to be compensated for waiting for their computers to start.
Strong national leadership needed now more than ever.
GM is playing it safe with its promised electric car, choosing a veteran battery supplier.