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Putin’s war grinds on, with dissent from Russian hawks and peace-seekers

A Russian court recently approved the dismissal of more than 100 National Guard members for refusing to participate in the invasion. …


Facing a power crisis and searing heat, India falls back on coal

Although India has pledged to be a leader in renewable energy, recent weeks have shown the country is still heavily reliant on coal to meet soaring power demand. …


Forest Service finds its planned burns sparked N.M.’s largest wildfire

The Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak fire began as two separate wildfires that combined to destroy hundreds of homes and displace thousands of people. …


Former Louvre president charged in art trafficking case

Among the artifacts in question is a pink granite stele bearing the seal of the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen. …


Analysis | Democrats set to blow past Memorial Day deadline for climate deal

Congressional Democrats are set to overshoot a self-imposed deadline on Monday for striking a deal on the biggest climate change legislation in the nation’s history. …


U.K. imposes windfall tax on oil and gas company profits as inflation bites

Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s measure comes as inflation hits multi-decade highs following the Russian invasion of Ukraine. …


As China mines more coal, levels of more potent greenhouse gas soar

Amid fears of an energy crunch, China is mining more coal than ever and releasing more methane, a greenhouse gas more dangerous than carbon dioxide, into the atmosphere. …


Russia advances in east as Ukrainians warned of ‘difficult month ahead’

Ukrainian troops have been outpaced by Russia after the Kremlin withdrew forces from the Kyiv region, a Zelensky adviser said. …