After several hours of blistering criticism from Biden allies about keeping the cap, the White House issued a statement saying the directive had “been the subject of some confusion” and that the final cap for this year would be announced by May 15.
More than 200 Texans have joined what is expected to be a flood of liability suits. And state political leaders in Austin are feeling intense pressure to recast the electricity market to try to avoid another debacle.
Sixty-two years after a band of revolutionaries set Cuba down the path of confrontation with Washington, the last of the Castro brothers, towering figures of the Cold War, announced he will surrender official power.
Brazil is losing thousands of people every day to the coronavirus. And while vaccine hesitancy is a public health challenge in the best of circumstances, analysts say it is a greater problem when the vaccine has a lower efficacy rate.
Nearly 200 department stores have disappeared in the past year, and another 800 — or about half the country’s remaining mall-based locations — are expected to shutter by the end of 2025, according to one real estate firm.
Homesick while working in Australia, Brian Robson didn't have enough money to travel home to Wales. So he came up with a madcap idea: Ship himself in a crate via airfreight to London for a fraction of the fare.