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  1. Energy-Stock Surge Leaves Climate-Focused Investors Behind

    Energy-Stock Surge Leaves Climate-Focused Investors Behind

    Price gains are testing investors who long avoided shares of fossil-fuel producers but are now missing out on the year’s top trade

  2. U.S. Companies Bet Shoppers Will Keep Paying Higher Prices

    U.S. Companies Bet Shoppers Will Keep Paying Higher Prices

    P&G, Nestlé, Chipotle say price increases haven’t turned customers away, and they expect that to continue even as inflationary pressures mount

  3. Facebook Services Are Used to Spread Religious Hatred in India, Internal Documents Show

    Facebook Services Are Used to Spread Religious Hatred in India, Internal Documents Show

    Company researchers say anti-Muslim material is rife and calls to violence coincided with deadly riots last year. Facebook says it’s working to improve enforcement.

  4. Biden Pares Back Policy Goals in Search of a Deal

    Biden Pares Back Policy Goals in Search of a Deal

    Eager for an agreement by the end of October, the president has been willing to compromise on key planks of his domestic agenda

  5. Qatar Voices Frustration Over U.S. Response to Request to Buy Drones

    Qatar Voices Frustration Over U.S. Response to Request to Buy Drones

    Qatar, a big U.S. weapons buyer, has been seeking U.S. approval of a deal for armed Predator drones for more than a year

  6. As Hedge Funds Endure Rocky Year, Private-Company Bets Ease the Pain

    As Hedge Funds Endure Rocky Year, Private-Company Bets Ease the Pain

    Soaring valuations and a hot U.S. IPO market have boosted private wagers, helping to offset poor performance in public markets

  7. Endemic Covid-19 Has Arrived in Portugal. This Is What It Looks Like.

    Endemic Covid-19 Has Arrived in Portugal. This Is What It Looks Like.

    Portugal, with one of the world’s highest coronavirus vaccination rates, recently lifted many restrictions in a cautious return to normality

  8. Rhode Island Set to Be First State to Pilot Safe-Injection Sites for Drug Users

    Rhode Island Set to Be First State to Pilot Safe-Injection Sites for Drug Users

    Sites for users of fentanyl, other drugs would test strategy of harm reduction over criminalization

  9. The U.K. Ditched Coal and Left Itself With a New Set of Challenges

    The U.K. Ditched Coal and Left Itself With a New Set of Challenges

    Britain went all in on renewables and natural gas, leaving it vulnerable when winds died down and global gas supplies ran low

  10. Stanford Joins Group Offering Classes to Disadvantaged High-School Students

    Stanford Joins Group Offering Classes to Disadvantaged High-School Students

    Program is part of colleges’ efforts to diversify undergraduate ranks; it attacks what admissions calls ‘under-matching’