Apple and ‘Fortnite’ Maker Epic Games Square Off in Court

A trial got under way in a case that could reshape the relationship between software developers and app-store operators. Epic Games sued both Apple and Alphabet’s Google in August after the companies removed “Fortnite” from their mobile app stores.

Eleven Madison Park Goes Meatless

The restaurant will no longer serve meat or seafood when it reopens, Daniel Humm, the chef, said. “The current food system is simply not sustainable, in so many ways,” he said.

Verizon to Sell Yahoo, AOL for $5 Billion to Apollo

The wireless company is retreating from the digital-media sector in deal with private-equity firm.

E.P.A. to Announce Sharp Limits on Powerful Greenhouse Gases

The Biden administration is moving quickly to limit hydrofluorocarbons, the Earth-warming chemicals used in air-conditioning and refrigeration.

Biden Has Elevated the Job of Science Adviser. Is That What Science Needs?

Interior Department Approves Solar Energy Project in California Desert

‘Decades ahead of his time’: history catches up with visionary Jimmy Carter

A new film rejects the popular narrative and recasts the former president, 96, as hugely prescient thinker, particularly on climate change

Memorandum: for the Secretary of State on the Emergency Presidential Determination on Refugee Admissions for Fiscal Year 2021

Cloquet students combat climate change, one tree at a time

EPA proposes phasing down hydrocarbons, a set of climate super-pollutants, by 2036

The Environmental Protection Agency proposed on Monday a rule that would sharply cut the use and production of hydrofluorocarbons, powerful greenhouse gases used widely in refrigeration and air conditioning.