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Federal tax credits will help some who don’t need assistance but will sharply expand and speed up the adoption of electric vehicles and other clean energy initiatives.
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The blast killed a retired couple from Wisconsin and a bank official from California. A woman raising money for refugees was badly wounded but survived.
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Reducing working hours could lead to less commuting, greater energy savings and more people adopting sustainable lifestyles, experts said.
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A photographer traveled to Afghanistan three times since the Taliban returned to power. Here's what he saw.
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The unwillingness to punish President Vladimir Putin for a killing in Berlin ordered by Moscow added to the Kremlin’s sense of impunity before the Ukraine war.
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Radiation levels at the damaged nuclear power plant remain in normal range, a Ukrainian official said, adding that the situation remained “tense.”
In Kenya’s tight presidential race between Raila Odinga and William Ruto, a Kenyan hip-hop genre called gengetone has been an ever-present soundtrack.
As hundreds of millions around the world bore the brunt of surging prices at the pump, five oil giants — BP, ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell and TotalEnergies — made $55 billion this past quarter.
The maneuvers have sent tensions in the Taiwan Strait to their highest level in decades, threatening shipping routes and trade.
Some of the state’s biggest employers objected to the restrictions passed by the GOP-controlled legislature.
A new system allows grass-roots groups to order naloxone directly from an online store at a discount, thanks to agreements with drugmakers.
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Forty-seven years after his father was injured in a mass shooting, John Elmore is helping the victims from Tops grocery store.
A healthy economy is not one that requires officials to be constantly adjusting macroeconomic to keep things going. Rather, it is one that relies more on the self-correcting mechanisms of open, competitive and well-regulated markets.
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