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Emissions from electricity and transportation are projected to fall over time, a new report finds, but industry remains a major climate challenge.
Source: Where the World Is (and Isn’t) Making Progress on Climate Change
Israel’s Shin Bet security service said the gunmen were Palestinian brothers from East Jerusalem who were affiliated with Hamas.
Source: Jerusalem Shooting Kills at Least 3 People, Israeli Officials Say
Climate activists have balked at the fact that a leading oil producer, the United Arab Emirates, is hosting this year’s U.N. climate talks. But Emirati officials say they, too, are grappling with hard questions.
Source: The Dilemmas of the U.A.E., a Petrostate, Preparing to Host COP28
Sartorial signs of fall abound on the streets of the Japanese capital.
Source: What Fall Street Style Looks Like in Tokyo
Stylish workplaces are popping up across corporate America and on social media. Two journalists teamed up to find out if sophisticated design is enough to bring people back to the office.
Source: The Instagrammable ‘Envy Office:’ How Reporters Find a Story in a Trend
The stakes are high for the governor of Florida as his polling sags fewer than seven weeks out from the Iowa caucuses.
Source: DeSantis-Newsom Debate: What to Watch for at Tonight’s Showdown
The bloc’s Court of Justice, ruling in the case of a female employee in Belgium who was told she could not wear a hijab in the office, said the restriction was lawful.
Source: Government Offices in E.U. Can Ban Wearing of Religious Symbols
President Biden toured a wind turbine factory in a far-right lawmaker’s Colorado district and rebuked critics who have opposed his clean energy and economic agenda.
Source: Biden Takes On MAGA Republicans in Boebert’s Backyard
The late secretary of state covered magazines and kept tongues wagging as much for his personal exploits as his diplomatic prowess.
Source: Henry Kissinger Proved Mesmerizing as a Media Figure
In a memoir to be published next week, the former congresswoman described how Republicans berated her, how her family lost friends and how she forged an unusual alliance with Nancy Pelosi.
Source: 6 Takeaways From Liz Cheney’s Book Assailing Trump and His ‘Enablers’