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Oil companies have internally rejected swift climate action, House panel finds

Some of the world’s biggest oil and gas companies have internally dismissed the need to quickly switch to renewables and cut global warming emissions, despite coming forward publicly as concerned about the climate crisis, a researcher has found. committee of the United States House of Representatives. Documents obtained from companies such as Exxon, Shell, BP …

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Big Oil talks 'transition' but perpetuates oil, House docs show

Big Oil talks ‘transition’ but perpetuates oil, House docs show

Comment this story Comment Some of the world’s major oil companies remain skeptical of the ‘energy transition’ to a low-carbon economy, even as they publicly portray their companies as partners in the cause, according to documents obtained by The Post which will be published by a house committee Friday. The documents, forming part of a …

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Commanders leaked Jon Gruden emails, Dan Snyder 'participated' in toxic culture, House committee report says

Commanders leaked Jon Gruden emails, Dan Snyder ‘participated’ in toxic culture, House committee report says

More than a year later launch an investigation into the work culture of commanders and how the NFL treats it, the U.S. House of Representatives Oversight Committee released a 79-page final report of its findings. Concluding that team owner Daniel Snyder “authorized and participated” in the “troubling conduct” that has since resulted in fines, lawsuits …

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Nearly 20,000 people in the United States were admitted to the hospital for flu last week, almost double the number of admissions from the week before, according to data updated on December 2 by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

As respiratory viruses strain US healthcare systems, White House offers help

Nearly 20,000 people in the United States were admitted to hospital with flu last week, nearly double the number of admissions from the previous week, according to data updated Dec. 2 by the Centers. for Disease Control and Prevention of the United States. (Tero Vesalainen, Adobe Stock) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes WASHINGTON — Nearly …

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