Russia has stopped gas flow to Europe. The Nord Stream pipeline has been a key source of natural gas for decades, providing heat and electricity across the region. And the result of Russia’s actions are already being felt keenly in Europe - even before cold weather sets in.
- Plus, could zero-down mortgages close the racial homeownership gap?
- And, the California power grid struggles against more extreme heat.
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