Democracy Dies in Darkness
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A drop in infections offers hope that the end of pandemic is in sight. But so much depends on the virus itself.
Using satellite imagery and tracking GPS coordinates, a Washington Post photographer found a likely spot of a colossal methane leak, an hour’s walk from the nearest public roadway, 490 miles east of Moscow. (Arthur Bondar for The Post)
A new breed of satellites devoted to locating and measuring greenhouse gases, including methane, are orbiting Earth — meaning trouble for Russia, the world's second-biggest natural gas producer.
When finalized, a new Food and Drug Administration rule would allow people to purchase hearing aids in stores or online, a change that is expected to increase their availability and reduce costs for millions of consumers.
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The initiative in Spain will test whether naming and categorizing heat waves can raise awareness and save lives.
British primatologist Jane Goodall in Uganda in 2018. (Getty Images)
Goodall says that her most vital work began when she left the forest and started traveling across the globe to talk about climate change and the tragic loss of biodiversity.
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A fund tracking the future price of bitcoin will begin trading Tuesday, allowing retail investors to easily buy into the action on the volatile digital asset in what crypto advocates are calling a watershed moment for the industry.
More than 10,000 Deere employees went on strike last week. (Getty Images)
Employee activists are using digital tools like Facebook, Twitter, Signal, and Zoom to fuel solidarity.
But previous collaboration efforts have a mixed record
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