Good Luck Figuring Out What Your New Electric Car Will Actually Cost
The Treasury’s new EV guidance tries to make it easier to understand its green tax credits, but it's just making things more complicated.
How Republicans Are Reacting to the Indictment of Former President Donald Trump
“A sad day for America,” “witch hunt,” “sham,” “political prosecution” — GOP loyalists have quickly come to the former President’s defense.
Why Did the Stormy Daniels Case Lead to Trump’s First Indictment?
After 50 years of tangling with the legal system, Donald Trump has been indicted. Why is this case leading to his first criminal charges?
The Long-Term Mental Health Needs of Young School Shooting Survivors
Young children who survive school shootings like the recent Nashville disaster can need ongoing mental health care for years.
Inside Ukraine's Push to Try Putin for War Crimes
As the war drags on and evidence of atrocities mount, Ukraine seeks international justice.
Pausing AI Developments Isn't Enough. We Need to Shut it All Down
Eliezer Yudkowsky, one of the earliest researchers to analyze the prospect of powerful Artificial Intelligence, now warns that we've entered a bleak scenario
More States Want Students to Learn About Climate Science. Ohio Disagrees
An Ohio bill would force college instructors to teach proven falsehoods and misleading fossil fuel talking points about climate change.
For the First Time, More U.S. Electricity Came From Renewables Than Coal in 2022
“Renewable energy is now the most affordable source of new electricity in much of the country,” says one expert.
Bad Bunny's Next Move
Bad Bunny has bent global pop culture to his will by refusing to compromise on his career. On the eve of Coachella, he spoke about it all.