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Jury: Vermont man guilty of murder in wrong-way crash


A jury found a Vermont man guilty of murder charges in the deaths of five teenagers Wednesday caused when he drove the wrong way on an interstate highway.

Trump team to brief Congress on Iran; Dems seek counterpoint


With questions mounting over President Donald Trump's tough talk on Iran, top national security officials are heading to Capitol Hill to brief Congress.

Closing arguments conclude in deadly wrong-way crash trial


Closing arguments are expected in the trial of a Vermont man facing murder charges in the deaths of five teenagers after he drove the wrong way on Interstate 89.

Academic: Gas storage has β€˜big potential’ in Europe’s low-carbon future

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

Boasting 1,200 terawatt hours (TWh) of existing capacity, gas storage sites can be a formidable asset for Europe in the transition to a low-carbon economy, providing much-needed flexibility to a future energy system where gas and electricity will be more closely integrated, says Ilaria Conti.

The evolving role of gas storage in Europe

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

Departing from its usual supply security role, gas storage is vying for a central position in Europe’s vision of a hybrid energy system combining renewable electricity and low-carbon gases like hydrogen. But getting there won’t be a smooth run and regulators are watching closely.

Psychiatrist says suspect insane in deadly wrong-way crash


A Vermont man on trial for driving the wrong-way on an interstate and crashing into an oncoming vehicle, killing five teenagers, was legally insane at the time, a psychiatrist for the defense testified on Tuesday.

OECD calls for bigger EU budget to deal with digital revolution

By Jorge Valero

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) defended a larger budget for the EU, saying the bloc's funding is already “stretched” despite new challenges  like digitalisation.