E.P.A. Lays Out Rules to Turbocharge Sales of Electric Cars and Trucks
The Biden administration is proposing rules to ensure that two-thirds of new cars and a quarter of new heavy trucks sold in the United States by 2032 are all-electric.
The Final Blocks: Inside Ukraine’s Bloody Stand for Bakhmut
Pushed into a shrinking corner of the devastated city, the Ukrainian military is determined to hold out for strategic reasons, even as allies question the cost.
Why China Could Dominate the Next Big Advance in Batteries
China is far ahead of the rest of the world in the development of batteries that use sodium, which are starting to compete with ubiquitous lithium power cells.
Inflation Cools Notably, but It’s a Long Road Back to Normal
Fed officials are debating how to set policy after bank blowups. Fresh inflation data are unlikely to make such decisions easier.