Volcanoes are erupting in The Philippines, but on-fire Australia received some welcome rain. The Iran war cries have been called off and The Donald’s military powers are about to be hamstrung by the Senate. Meanwhile, his impeachment trial is starting, and we’re all on Twitter for a front-row seat.
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Opinion: A son kneels for the anthem. A father raises the flag. Both are patriots.
One morning many years ago, my young son wondered why our car was idling in the middle of the road.
New French law will blanket parking lots with solar panels
The measure could add 10 nuclear power plants’ worth of solar panels atop parking lots.
Opinion: The next balloon-type crisis will be harder to deflate
In his State of the Union address, President Biden alluded to the Chinese spy balloon incident in a single line that suggested an effort to contain the spillover from that episode.
Opinion: After often-gloomy Davos, I’m still optimistic about the future
Davos is back with a bang. After returning to in-person meetings with a belated, pared-down version last May, this week the World Economic Forum’s annual conference has been packed with attendees trying to learn more about the world in 2023.
Opinion: 2023 could be the year that exposes populism for the sham that it is
It’s hard not to be fixated on the drama unfolding in the House of Representatives, where the Republican Party is having a nervous breakdown in full public view.
3 ways to tap billions in new money to go green — starting this month
In 2023, you can electrify your home — and your car — with the help of the U.S. government. Here’s how.
U.S. attorney general moves to end sentencing disparities on crack, powder cocaine
Justice Dept. aims to reverse decades of policy that critics say disproportionately targeted Black and Brown communities by treating crack users more punitively.
Opinion: American protectionism could imperil a golden era of Western unity
The United States and Europe find themselves in a closer alliance than at any point in many decades.
All-terrain wheelchairs arrive at U.S. parks: ‘This is life-changing’
Georgia and South Dakota are the latest states to provide off-road wheelchairs on public trails.
With U.S. nudges, Google and others aim to help Iranian protesters
Though Yasmin Green fled Iran with her parents at 3 years old, she has never been more involved in the struggles of its people.
Opinion: How to win the economic war against Russia
Fiona Hill, a distinguished Russia expert, has argued that the West’s confrontation with Russia over Ukraine has brought us into World War III. That is dangerous hyperbole.