The super-polluting military alliance of NATO announced Tuesday its first emissions reduction targets, pledging to recognize the deepening climate emergency as "a defining challenge of our time."
From heavy artillery to tactical drones to armored vehicles, the U.S. has committed $5.6 billion in military aid to Ukraine since Russia invaded in late February.
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The Central Bank of Russia on Thursday cut its key interest rate from 14% to 11%, citing a slowing in inflation and the recovery of the ruble.
Reflecting on energy markets just over one month into Russia's onslaught in Ukraine, Saudi Arabia's top energy official said: "Look at what is happening today, who is talking about climate change now?"
Manchester City licked the wounds of its heartbreaking Champions League exit by taking a step towards the Premier League title with a dominant 5-0 victory over Newcastle United on Sunday.
Finland could be about to announce that it's joining the NATO military alliance — in what would mark a dramatic U-turn for its foreign policy and potentially anger Russian President Vladimir Putin.
U.S. stocks fell Friday with the S&P 500 on pace for the worst month since March 2020, as Amazon became the latest victim in the technology-led sell-off.
Attorney General Merrick Garland said that he supports efforts to allow some of the proceeds from assets the Justice Department seizes from Russian oligarchs to go "directly to Ukraine."