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W.N.B.A. Season Preview: Does a Ring Await Elena Delle Donne?

By Howard Megdal

Four of the league’s biggest stars — Sue Bird, Maya Moore, Breanna Stewart and Diana Taurasi — are out for opening night and beyond. Liz Cambage and some promising rookies can fill the void.

This Treaty Is Good for the Environment. It Might Even Be Good for Trump.

By The Editorial Board

Republicans and corporate executives support, and 72 nations have ratified, a pact to limit a powerful climate pollutant. President Trump needs to get on board.

Lawyer: More to story than video in bus shove murder case

A defense lawyer says there's more to know than a bus security video clip shows about a murder case against a woman accused of killing a 74-year-old man by shoving him off a public bus in Las Vegas.

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Aging voters in Greece keep traditional campaigning alive

By DEREK GATOPOULOS and THEODORA TONGAS

As balloting for the European Parliament gets underway Thursday, voters over 55 are emerging as a powerful bloc on a rapidly aging continent where younger voters are staying away from the polls in growing numbers.

BP shareholders demand climate action, but reject calls for hard targets

By Dave Keating

An overwhelming vote in favour of climate action at BP's annual meeting yesterday (21 May) shows how activist investors have started to move the oil and gas industry. But it also showed the limits to their appetite for change.

Gas storage vies for central role in EU quest for carbon neutrality

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

European gas storage sites have much to offer in the energy transition, providing a readily available platform to carry new low-carbon gases like hydrogen. What’s not clear yet is whether those gases can be produced in sufficient quantity to significantly cut carbon emissions.

W.N.B.A. Season Preview: Does a Ring Await Elena Delle Donne?

By Howard Megdal

Four of the league’s biggest stars — Sue Bird, Maya Moore, Breanna Stewart and Diana Taurasi — are out for opening night and beyond. Liz Cambage and some promising rookies can fill the void.

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