E.P.A. to Propose First Controls on Greenhouse Gases From Power Plants
If the regulation is implemented, it will be the first time the federal government has limited carbon emissions from existing power plants, which generate 25 percent of U.S. greenhouse gases.
As War Rages in Sudan, Countries Angle for Advantage
Even before its two leading generals went to war last week, “everyone wanted a chunk of Sudan,” an expert said of the strategically located country rich in natural resources.
Western Weapons Supplies Fall Short of Ukraine’s Needs, Documents Show
Ukraine’s defense minister reported the first U.S.-made Patriot air-defense battery had arrived this week, but secret documents show Kyiv was still waiting for tanks and ammo for its coming counteroffensive.
Sacklers Gave Millions to Institution That Advises on Opioid Policy
Even as the nation’s drug crisis mounted, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine continued to accept funds from some members of the Sackler family, including those involved with Purdue Pharma.