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Curbing CO2 emissions gets most of the attention and getting to net zero emissions by midcentury is essential in the long run to abate climate change. But that’s not enough. To bend the warming curve, we must drastically reduce the less appreciated short-lived “super-pollutants” — mostly methane, HFCs coolants, and black carbon soot.
For years, the threat of climate change has been the subject of sharp disagreement.
The COVID-19 death toll in the United States crossed the 200,000 mark last week, and public health experts Tuesday blamed lack of strong data sharing standards as one of the key reasons the federal government has struggled to formulate an
Restricted tourism and recreation travel along the southern border causes economic decline in border towns.
Southern border leaders, frustrated with long lines and failing economies, are urging the federal government to find a permanent solution to restrictions that limit tourists and shoppers from crossing between the U.S. and Mexico by land.
SAN DIEGO — Five major veterans bills passed the U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday, including some introduced by Reps. Mike Levin, D-San Juan Capistrano, Scott Peters, D-San Diego and Susan Davis, D-San Diego.
A group of House Democrats is pushing Speaker Nancy Pelosi to vote on a bill to extend extra unemployment benefits when the chamber convenes this weekend.
Congress should embrace new medical methods and technologies, like gene therapy treatments, because they may become cheaper than traditional medicines over time, Rep. Scott Peters (D-Calif.) said during an Axios virtual event on Monday.
Rep. Scott Peters on Tuesday saluted the 15 students from his 52nd Congressional District – a record number – receiving official appointments at the U.S. Air Force, Naval, Military and Merchant Marine Academies.