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China and the United States Join in Seeking Emissions Cuts
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Fastest Inflation in 31 Years Puts More Heat on Washington

Fastest Inflation in 31 Years Puts More Heat on Washington

By Jeanna Smialek

The Consumer Price Index rose 6.2 percent in October from a year earlier, its sharpest increase since 1990. That is bad news for President Biden and the Federal Reserve.

China and the United States Join in Seeking Emissions Cuts

By Brad Plumer and Lisa Friedman

As nearly 200 nations struggle over global climate negotiations, the world's two biggest polluters sign an agreement, but it was short on details.

'I Defended Myself,' Kyle Rittenhouse Tells Jurors in His Homicide Trial

By Julie Bosman

Mr. Rittenhouse testified for hours about the deaths of two men and the shooting of another amid protests in Kenosha, Wis. The judge and prosecutor sparred bitterly over judicial procedure.

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Four Months, 5,000 Miles: A Refugee Puppet Looks for Home

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Four Months, 5,000 Miles: A Refugee Puppet Looks for Home

By Alex Marshall, Carlotta Gall and Elisabetta Povoledo

In "The Walk," a 12-foot tall, 9-year-old Syrian girl named Amal trekked from Turkey to Britain to find her mother. In a politically divided continent, were any minds changed?

The Chip That Could Transform Computing

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The Chip That Could Transform Computing

By Farhad Manjoo

Apple's custom processors suggest that computers are nowhere near hitting their performance limits.

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U.S. and China Reach Joint Agreement to Cut Emissions

Video Video: U.S. and China Reach Joint Agreement to Cut Emissions

By The Associated Press

The United States and China, the world's two largest emitters of planet-warming greenhouse gases, announced a joint agreement at the COP26 United Nations climate summit in which both nations pledged to do more to cut emissions.

Johnson Urges Leaders to Take Action Against Climate Change

Video Video: Johnson Urges Leaders to Take Action Against Climate Change

By The Associated Press

Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain called on leaders at the COP26 United Nations climate summit to take collective action to avert the worst effects of climate change.

Rittenhouse Questioned on His Use of Deadly Force

Video Video: Rittenhouse Questioned on His Use of Deadly Force

By Court TV

Thomas Binger, a prosecutor, questioned Kyle Rittenhouse on his decision to use deadly force in shooting three men, two of whom he killed, during protests against police violence in Kenosha, Wis.

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