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Europe has woven energy conservation into its politics and economics in a way the United States has not. Persistently high prices may change that.
Domestic Economics Reporter
The sprawling green courses are an obvious target for environmentalists. Still, they can carve out a little bit of habitat while bringing in cash rather than costing it.
The North Atlantic alliance now has the Pacific on its radar. China’s not happy about that.
Several parts of the world have never been hotter.
An expert tells Grid how abortion disinformation planted by activists misleads women.
Grid’s global editor covered the handover of Hong Kong to China. Twenty-five years later, he reports on an exodus from the city.
How Putin’s fear of losing Ukraine to the West became a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Global Security Reporter
A rabbi explains why Jews see abortion access as a fundamental religious right.
The court’s decision in West Virginia v. EPA strikes down a major tool for fighting climate change.
The FDA must make e-cigarette rules that balance the product’s harm reduction potential against the risks it poses to kids.
Public Health Reporter
Week 18: The flow of weapons, ammunition and military equipment has few parallels in U.S. history. And it shows no sign of ebbing.
Celebrations of the LGBTQ+ community — from all over the world.
A new survey shows more and more people in advanced economies hold unfavorable views of China.