Atlantic Canada has been left reeling from the impacts of one of the largest and most dangerous ocean storms to ever hit the region.
The U.S. Senate voted to ratify an international treaty on Sept. 21, 2022, and join 137 other countries in agreeing to phase out a class of climate-warming chemicals that are widely used as coolants in refrigerators, air conditioners and heat pumps.
Aircraft are some of the most complex vehicles out there, but the biggest problem for electrifying them is the battery weight.
Fuel poverty kills thousands of people in the UK each winter. It means being unable to afford to heat a home to a safe and comfortable level, typically when 10% or more of household net income is spent on fuel.
Iran's standoff with the United States over its potential nuclear weapons program is unlikely to ease anytime soon.
The Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Customs and Border Protection "cannot be sure they properly screened, vetted, and inspected all evacuees" from Afghanistan admitted into the U.S. after the Biden administration withdrew U.S. troops last August, an Inspector General's Office audit has found.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis ordered flags to be lowered to half-staff beginning immediately until sunset on the day of interment, in honor of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, as proclaimed by President Biden.
When Queen Elizabeth II came to the throne in 1952, Britain was just seven years out of the second world war. Rebuilding work was still ongoing, and rationing key products such as sugar, eggs, cheese and meat would continue for another year or so.
Elizabeth II inherited a monarchy whose political power had been steadily ebbing away since the 18th century but whose role in the public life of the nation seemed, if anything, to have grown ever more important.