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Longer, more frequent outages afflict the U.S. power grid as states fail to prepare for climate change
State officials are reluctant to ask ratepayers to foot the bill for investments experts say are needed to fortify the grid against increasingly severe weather.
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If the Court Reverses Roe, Its Very Legitimacy May Be at Risk
Both liberal and conservative justices have long pushed to expand liberties. Overturning abortion rights would end that pan-ideological momentum.
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Kominers’s Conundrums: True or False? That’s Just the Start
A multi-part puzzle combines trivia and logic in a surprisingly fun way.
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How Facebook neglected the rest of the world, fueling hate speech and violence in India
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Russia’s 30-Year Vision Is Realized With Nord Stream 2
Moscow’s project shouldn’t come as a surprise, nor is it unique. The history of transit pipelines isn’t a happy one.
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Why 25 Previous Conferences Have Failed to Stop Climate Change
For COP26, negotiators have extreme climate incidents in their faces and better renewable-energy economics to do something about it.
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The Key to Democrats’ Success: Big Government
As House and Senate leaders continue to negotiate over their signature legislation, they should focus on what the federal government does best.
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Tories Aren’t Buying Boris as Born-Again Environmentalist
The prime minister needs to explain how the U.K. can realistically reach its climate goals. Or skeptics in his party will do the math for him.
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Heat Pumps Won’t Solve Britain’s Climate Change Crisis
The U.K. needs to transform how it heats its old, poorly insulated housing stock during the long, cold winters. Subsidies will only go so far.
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Trump’s new social media SPAC is soaring. Also, what is a SPAC?
So-called “blank-check” companies have skyrocketed in popularity in recent years, but they’ve also drawn regulatory scrutiny and the ire of scorned investors.
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Twitter algorithms amplify conservative content more than that of the political left, researchers find
The review covered millions of tweets by elected officials in seven countries, as well as posts that linked to political content from news outlets.
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