Uvalde families sue tech and arms companies

Families of the victims of the Uvalde, Texas, shooting sued tech and arms companies Friday, accusing them of “wrongful death.” In two separate complaints in California and Texas, the families accused companies including Meta, Activision — the publisher of the video game Call of

Sweden sees Russian threat against big Baltic isle

Gotland has been a popular holiday destination for decades, but this week Swedish Commander-in-chief Mikael Bydén has claimed that Russian president Vladmir Putin “has his eyes” on the Baltic Sea island. After Russia on Tuesday published an official document proposing to

Decommissioning the trusty F-4, Koreans pay tribute

The fuel flow to the F-4 (also known as Phantom II) fighters that protected the skies of the Republic of Korea with unwavering dedication for the past 55 years is about to be cut off, marking the end of the jets’ intense deterrent mission on the Korean Peninsula. It’s useful to

Colorado eyes geothermal expansion

Welcome to The Hill's Energy & Environment newsletter {beacon} Energy & Environment Energy & Environment The Big Story Colorado seeks geothermal energy buildout Colorado is seeking to expand its use of emerging geothermal energy. © AP Colorado has long drawn on its