The referendums may be held as late as January because Russian troops haven’t taken full control of the areas the Kremlin seeks to claim as its own
The UK’s monetary policy committee is hardly on top of the situation when inflation is running at more than five times its 2% target
They hope the magic mushroom sector can avoid the mistakes made when marijuana became legal
With oil costing more than $100 a barrel and Russia’s war in Ukraine underscoring the risk of relying on fossil fuel, it would seem like a great time to speed up the transition away from the polluting fuel. The reality isn’t so simple.
Public support for climate action is higher than ever in most countries but that doesn’t ease the economic pain when everything from food to transport gets more costly...
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