Europe's largest economy depends on Russian gas. Vladimir Putin is using it as a political weapon.
The FDA hasn't approved ingredients that could make products more pleasing to use — and used more often, says Amanda Mull of The Atlantic.
Europe was already grappling with an energy crisis. The war has made that crisis worse.
It's all about propping up his own country's currency.
If Russia stops sending natural gas to Europe, it'll have to send it somewhere else.
Russia supplies much of Europe's natural gas through pipelines in Ukraine. But energy diversification may reduce Russia's leverage.
In Europe, there's inflation, but it's not as high as it is in the U.S.
As Angela Merkel’s term ends, Germany struggles with lagging COVID vaccinations, an energy transition and an undigitized economy.
The success of COVID-19 shots could change European attitudes toward genetically-engineered crops and benefit U.S. agribusiness.
Trading volumes in January rose fourfold in Amsterdam, pushing the city past London.