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Proponents say they should be part of a low-carbon future. But cost and efficiency remain hurdles. [Read More]
Nervous about going out into the world again? Here are tips from a neuroscientist, a therapist, a behavioral scientist and a psychologist. [Read More]
The fighting between Israel and Hamas comes at a politically opportune moment for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as the threat to unseat Israel's longest-serving leader... [Read More]
The government seized the headquarters of one of the country's last remaining independent newspapers, a move that could jeopardize the regime's efforts to improve relations... [Read More]
A judge and Venezuelan national guardsmen raided the property of El Nacional, acting on a Supreme Court order to take the property as part of... [Read More]
An advocacy group that successfully challenged the use of algorithms in U.K. immigration and education policy is preparing to take on Facebook and Uber Technologies... [Read More]
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito is leading Republicans in negotiations with the White House on roads, bridges and internet broadband. [Read More]
Aiming to grow wheat for use in dough at her restaurant, Ruth Perretti also wants to help bring small-scale grain farming back to New Jersey. [Read More]
Israel's military destroyed a large building in Gaza that housed the offices of several international media outlets, while Hamas fired another barrage of rockets targeting... [Read More]
Ann Mukherjee, the spirits maker's chief for North America, discusses the role of business leaders in public debate, taking chances in brand campaigns and rethinking... [Read More]
With the Kremlin critic jailed and key aides exiled or under house arrest, his supporters are struggling to find a way to launch a coherent... [Read More]
Progressives want the administration to leverage its military aid and push for an end to the intensifying clash between Israel and Hamas. [Read More]
Now is the time for a digital reset to undo some of the bad tech habits you and your kids developed during the pandemic. [Read More]
Some cities in the Olympic host nation have set a high bar to get shots, leading to frustration while the U.S. opens up. [Read More]
The 20-time Grand Slam winner revamped his daily fitness regimen so he could keep on winning tennis tournaments well into his thirties. [Read More]
A visual look at how a hasty reopening, new variants and a struggling vaccine rollout led to the country's devastating second wave. [Read More]
Police in New York City and other large metro areas are bulking up patrols and implementing new tactics to prepare for what they say could... [Read More]
The pandemic changed how we think about gratuities. Here's what you need to know as the economy and social life creep closer to normal... [Read More]
More of the energy we use will come from the electric socket. And we aren't ready. [Read More]
Facing a shortage of programming, more cinema operators are agreeing to show the streaming company's movies ahead of their online debut, even if that means... [Read More]
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