The U.S. economy faces losses that may run into the hundreds of billions of dollars this century as the changing climate erodes coasts and threatens agriculture, according to a report today by a bipartisan group of political and financial leaders.
It’s not the heat. It’s the humidity. And the U.S. is on a path to regularly experience a deadly combination of the two the likes of which have only been recorded once on planet Earth.
Bill Clinton has a favorite Robert Rubin story.
We are fast approaching an important but underappreciated anniversary: Robert Rubin’s 20th year of extraordinary proximity to political power in Washington. This is not a milestone to be celebrated.
Robert Rubin has completed the remarkable feat of placing five of his acolytes in key positions of power in the Obama administration.
Robert Rubin, who as U.S. Treasury secretary in the 1990s promoted a stronger dollar, said he has too much of his personal investments in the currency.
"I remember those early days when she came."
- Robert Rubin on Oct 06, 2013