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Traffic passes through Tonopah, Nev. on Oct. 6, 2022.
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The promised surge in clean-energy jobs from the growing popularity of electric vehicles in the U.S. is mostly focused farther down the supply chain, like at battery assembly plants.
World Cup quarterfinals: Who's in and the storylines to watch
The quarterfinals at the 2022 World Cup begin Friday. Favorites France, Brazil, Argentina are through — as is England, the Netherlands and 2018 finalist Croatia along with Morocco taking on Portugal.
'New York Times' editors hustle to prepare stories for newsroom strike
More than 1,100 of the newspaper's journalists say they'll strike Thursday over the paper's failure to meet the union's demand for pay raises.
Defense bill includes years-long proposal to combat sexual assault in military
Defense bill provision could move military one step closer to historic changes that will impact how its sexual assault cases are prosecuted.
How protesters in China bypass online censorship to express dissent
After weeks of protests, officials in China are loosening the country's notoriously strict anti-COVID measures. How did protestors succeed despite heavy online censorship?
The 10 Best Classical Albums of 2022
Discover a broad spectrum of this year's most compelling classical music, from booby-trapped string quartets and chilled-out piano to full-throttle percussion, electric guitars and high-flying vocals.