Biden Seeks to Lure Russia’s Top Scientists to the U.S.

Biden Seeks to Lure Russia’s Top Scientists to the U.S.

WASHINGTON — President Biden wants Congress to expedite visas for Russian scientists eager to leave their country in the midst of Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, an effort to accelerate a brain drain already underway and further deprive President Vladimir V. Putin of some of Russia’s top talent. An administration proposal sent to Capitol Hill as … Read more

Amid Hardening Western Resolve, Signs of Russia’s Stalling in Eastern Ukraine

Amid Hardening Western Resolve, Signs of Russia’s Stalling in Eastern Ukraine

Western support of Ukraine hardened Friday as the European Union was poised to approve an embargo on Russian oil, amid fresh assessments that the Russian military’s eastern offensive was faltering, hampered by logistical issues and stiff Ukrainian resistance. The oil embargo, which would be phased in over a period of some months, is expected to … Read more

Started Out as a Fish. How Did It End Up Like This?

Started Out as a Fish. How Did It End Up Like This?

Tiktaalik first became known to humans in 2004, after skulls and other bones of at least 10 specimens turned up in ancient stream beds in the Nunavut Territory of the Arctic. The discoverers, a team of paleontologists including Neil Shubin of the University of Chicago, Ted Daeschler at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, … Read more

Why Americans Became More Vulnerable to Oil Price Spikes

Why Americans Became More Vulnerable to Oil Price Spikes

More than a decade ago, when Americans faced surging prices at the pump, policymakers developed a vision to wean people off gas and oil: more efficient cars, more compact and walkable communities, more renewable energy. “We have a serious problem,” George W. Bush had warned in his 2006 State of the Union address. “America is … Read more

No Electrical energy For 18 Hours In Components Of Pakistan Amid Worsening Warmth Wave

No Electrical energy For 18 Hours In Components Of Pakistan Amid Worsening Warmth Wave

<!– –> Pakistan Heatwave: A shortfall of about 6,000 to 7,000MW has been reported. Islamabad: An acute power disaster in Pakistan has worsened extended energy outages within the nation, as small enterprise homeowners wrestle to proceed work within the face of hovering temperatures, reported native media. On Thursday, a number of components of Pakistan witnessed … Read more

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