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Wanted: 80,000 truck drivers to help fix the supply chain
The trucking industry is short 80,000 drivers, a record high, Chris Spear, President and CEO of the American Trucking Association, tells CNN.
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Why some say the worst of the supply chain woes are near an end
Forget about The Grinch: It looks like supply chain disruptions may steal Christmas this year. But will these problems be resolved by early 2022?
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As gas prices soar, here's what to know about heating alternatives
Soaring natural gas prices have raised the specter of cold homes and inflated energy bills for millions of people over winter across Europe and the United States, where most people...
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North America's biggest container port faces record backlog
• Analysis: The global energy crisis is complicating Biden's climate agenda
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As weather in West Virginia gets colder, Felisha Chase's anxiety is growing. Coal is causing her electric bill to go up -- even higher than her mortgage.
During the winter months in West Virginia, Felisha Chase pays more for her electricity than she does for her home.
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Energy costs rise amid global crunch
Demand for energy has returned as economies reopen but supply has not been able to keep up. CNN's Matt Egan breaks down why.
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CrimeStoppers in Rutherford County and a New App to Turn-In Crime Information Wgnsradio
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Overall crime decreased on campus last year except for sharp rise in stalking cases Mustang News
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Ecuador's president declares 60-day state of emergency over rising crime Reuters
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Season Four For Crime Beat Radio Ink
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Crime victim programs: Federal funds allocated to Milwaukee for expanding violence prevention efforts Milwaukee Independent
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Why Did Dostoyevsky Write ‘Crime and Punishment’? The Atlantic
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