Consumer interest in EVs is rising. But concerns about affordability and charging remain barriers to more Americans going electric.
North and South America are a combined supercontinent anchored by the United States, a superpower whose internal direction and external outlook are under question. Identity politics, migration, and great power competition are shaking up the status quo and challenging once-dominant forces.
The perception of Zelensky being ungrateful for the tremendous U.S. support comes at a critical moment in the Russia-Ukraine war.
Chile, home to the world’s largest lithium reserves, is showing how Latin America can embrace renewable energy without dependence on China.
With the new green jobs report, the Biden administration hopes to tout its clean energy program and its job creation credentials.
EV maker Rivian finally appears to be turning a corner on its manufacturing challenges. But a shareholder lawsuit could get in the way.
The U.S. dollar will dominate as long as private organizations engaged in international trade find it the most convenient currency to use.
Vance argues that the depletion of U.S. artillery stockpiles severely hinders Washington’s ability to counter an increasingly assertive Beijing.
President Joe Biden tells CNN’s Fareed Zakaria Ukraine won’t be joining NATO any time soon, defends supplying Ukraine with cluster munitions.
Right-to-charge laws aim to streamline home charging access as new apartments and other multi-dwelling buildings go up.
George Soros’s support for freedom is praiseworthy, but it’s also reasonable to question the sources of his wealth.