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Bank of China's "Crude Oil Treasure" Left Investors in the Red

By Alexandra Stevenson and Cao Li

The police are seeking to silence those who bought a Bank of China investment that backfired, highlighting the plight of small investors in the country.

Coronavirus and Beaches: Can I Safely Enjoy the Sun, Surf and Sand?

By Lauren Sloss

As states reopen, experts say socially distant outdoor activities, like swimming or running along the shore, are some of the safer ways to re-engage with the world. Here, tips for how to enjoy the beach now.

From Nearly Free to Out-of-Reach: Gasoline’s Crazy Price Swing in Venezuela

By Anatoly Kurmanaev

Motorists queue for days to buy subsidized gasoline for next to nothing, but it is increasingly scarce — a reflection of the economic absurdities in the country.

Johnson & Johnson to End Talc-Based Baby Powder Sales in North America

By Tiffany Hsu and Roni Caryn Rabin

The company has faced thousands of lawsuits from cancer patients who claim that its talc was contaminated with asbestos, a known carcinogen, and that the company knew of the risks.

Johnson & Johnson to End Talc-Based Baby Powder Sales in North America

By Tiffany Hsu and Roni Caryn Rabin

The company has faced thousands of lawsuits from cancer patients who claim that its talc was contaminated with asbestos, a known carcinogen, and that the company knew of the risks.

Saudi Arabia’s Big Dreams and Easy Living Hit a Wall

By Vivian Yee

The coronavirus pandemic and falling oil prices have yanked the rug out from under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s development plans and curbed government largess.

Coronavirus creates repair headache for oil and gas industry

By Georgi Gotev

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted maintenance at oil and gas projects and refineries from Russia’s Far East to the coast of Canada, storing up problems for an industry already reeling from slumping prices, analysts say.

How to Give Skin a Summer Glow

By Caitie Kelly

With the right application, a little highlighter or bronzer can help create a radiant, sun-kissed look, even if you’ve spent much of spring inside.

Oil Prices Stage a Modest Recovery as Demand Rises and Supply Drops

By Clifford Krauss

The U.S. benchmark approached $30 a barrel, a month after briefly falling below zero, but it’s still far from where it was before the pandemic.

Does It Matter What I Look Like When No One’s Watching?

By Ingrid Nilsen

I gathered over three million followers as a beauty guru. In quarantine, I’m wondering if I’ve been wearing makeup all wrong.

A Half-Tablespoon of Olive Oil a Day May Promote Heart Health

By Nicholas Bakalar

Americans who ate at least one-and-a-half teaspoons of olive oil a day were at lower risk of heart disease than those who ate none.

A Red Corner of a Blue State Fights to Reopen

By Nicholas Casey

In Farmington, N.M., the economy was already struggling. Now everyone knows someone who is out of work because of the coronavirus. Very few say they know anyone who got sick.

IEA: Oil crisis is β€˜litmus test’ for industry’s resolve on climate

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

The April oil market crash will test the determination of majors like Shell and BP, which have recently announced goals to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).

The relevance of the EU Green Deal in a post-COVID-19 world

By Raphael Heffron, Vicente Lopez-Ibor Mayor

In the wake of an escalating global oil industry crisis, drastic global energy law reforms are more needed than ever in order to salvage a viable energy transition, argue Vicente López-Ibor Mayor and Raphael Heffron.

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