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US & Canada · Washington
U.S. Senate Democrats advance $430 billion climate, drug bill
Senate parliamentarian says Democrats must remove penalties on drugmakers. But she leaves the rest of their sprawling economic bill largely intact. House passage could come when that chamber returns briefly from recess on Friday. Democrats plan to begin Senate votes Saturday on their wide-ranging package addressing climate change, energy.See the Story
61% Center coverage: 91 sources
Business · Riyadh
Saudi crown prince says NEOM will raise capital amounting to 500 billion riyals -state TV
Neom is Prince Mohammed bin Salman's plan to turn an expanse of desert the size of Belgium into a high-tech region. Officials will seek to raise another 600-billion riyals from other sovereign wealth funds in the region, private investors in Saudi Arabia and abroad, and an initial public offering of Neom itself on the Saudi stock market. Neom will start engaging major potential investors by the end of this year.See the Story
38% Right coverage: 32 sources
Europe · Geneva
Last month was one of the warmest Julys on record, says UN
Last month marked one of the three hottest Julys ever recorded, U.N. weather agency says. Temperatures were close to 0.4℃ above the 1991-2020 average across much of Europe. Southwest and western Europe were the most above-average regions. This is despite the La Niña event that’s meant to have a cooling influence. The lowest Antarctic Sea ice on record, a full seven per cent below average.See the Story
Coverage: 15 sources
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Europe · Budapest
Hungary declares 'energy emergency' over threat of shortages
There is unlikely to be enough gas in Europe for the autumn and winter heating season. Hungary will increase its domestic energy production capacities to ensure adequate supply. Hungary is heavily dependent on fossil fuels from Russia, and last year signed a 15-year agreement with Gazprom for the purchase of natural gas.See the Story
52% Center coverage: 21 sources
Nancy Pelosi · Washington
The fallout continues from Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan has been mired in controversy. Some might decry the trip as posturing, but it does have a strategic logic. The United States seeks to deter Beijing from using military coercion against Taiwan. Congress has a major role, both de jure and de facto, to play in the success of such deterrence.See the Story
Coverage: 15 sources
5 key takeaways from the June jobs report
America’s dinged and dented economy managed to add a vigorous 372,000 jobs in June, well above what economists had expected.See the Story
60% Center coverage: 10 sources
Europe · London
Environment Agency chief warns of irreversible biodiversity damage that could eventually kill off humans
EA chief executive Sir James Bevan will highlight link between a thriving natural environment and clean water, good-quality soil and carbon storage. He will say in a speech to the Green Alliance think tank in London on Tuesday: "The biodiversity crisis is a crisis because it won't just kill the plants and animals, it will kill us too"See the Story
Coverage: 5 sources
Australia's environment is 'poor and deteriorating' says damning new report
State of the Environment report found Australia's environment is poor and deteriorating. Report blamed climate change, habitat loss, invasive species, pollution and resource extraction. Report noted that Australia's emissions are likely to have peaked. Hundreds of koalas feared to have burned to death in bushfires on Australia's east coast.See the Story
Coverage: 4 sources