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- Biden Administration Unleashes Powerful Regulatory Tool Aimed at Climateby Coral Davenport on 2 December 2023 at 8:01 AM
Its new estimate of the economic impact of climate change could create the legal justification for aggressive new regulations.
- Netflix Builds a ‘Squid Game’ Universe as It Awaits a Second Seasonby Nicole Sperling on 2 December 2023 at 8:01 AM
A reality show and a live experience are two ways of keeping the dystopian series in the public eye. Is the original’s bleak message being diluted?
- Susan Sarandon Apologizes for Comment About Jews at Rallyby Marc Tracy on 2 December 2023 at 5:05 AM
The Oscar-winning actress said she now regrets “diminishing” the long history of antisemitism in remarks at the rally, which led her agents to part ways with her.
- Scientists in Discredited Alcohol Study Will Not Advise U.S. on Drinking Guidelinesby Roni Caryn Rabin on 2 December 2023 at 12:48 AM
Two researchers with ties to beer and liquor companies had been named to a panel that will review the health evidence on alcohol consumption. But after a New York Times story was published, the panel’s organizers decided to drop them.
- Climate Protesters Get in Fed’s Face as Policy Clash Grows Louderby Jeanna Smialek on 1 December 2023 at 10:12 PM
Jerome H. Powell, the central bank’s chair, has been interrupted recently by a climate group that thinks disruption will win the day.