The attack by DarkSide, a relatively new criminal group believed to have roots in Eastern Europe, exposed the remarkable vulnerability of key American infrastructure.
By David E. Sanger and Nicole Perlroth
The president’s comments and a raft of policy announcements were a pushback to Republican criticism of his economic plan after a disappointing jobs report on Friday.
By Jim Tankersley and Alan Rappeport
In the Russian republic of Kalmykia, the encroaching desert has transformed the landscape. “Nature,” one farmer said, “is forcing us to leave.”
By Maxim Babenko
A new report offers a detailed picture of flaring around the world, with steep declines in some areas and surprising increases in others.
By Shola Lawal
While the impact has been limited so far, some energy analysts warned of possible shortages and higher prices as the suspension continues.
By Clifford Krauss
A plan aimed at the nation’s largest cluster of warehouses is designed to spur electrification of pollution-spewing diesel trucks and could set a template for restrictions elsewhere.
By Hiroko Tabuchi
The operator, Colonial Pipeline, said it had halted systems for its 5,500 miles of pipeline after being hit by a ransomware attack.
By David E. Sanger, Clifford Krauss and Nicole Perlroth
Critics say the administration hasn’t defined a clear climate resilience strategy and has been slow to fill key jobs to coordinate that work.
By Christopher Flavelle
A race is on to produce lithium in the United States, but competing projects are taking very different approaches to extracting the vital raw material. Some might not be very green.
By Ivan Penn, Eric Lipton and Gabriella Angotti-Jones