A veteran West Virginia reporter who's covered Manchin for decades weights in.
In much of the rich world, governments and central banks face twin challenges: sluggish economic growth and high inflation.
New England relies on imported liquefied natural gas, and, unfortunately, now Europe does too.
Nuclear power was on the way out in Japan and Germany. Then Russia invaded Ukraine.
The combination of gas prices peaking and the Dobbs decision coming down at nearly the exact same time 'synced up in the most optimal way imaginable for Democrats,' Republican lobbyist Liam Donovan told Grid.