Toyota Leads Clean Cars. Now Critics Say Delaying Them Works.

On paper, Toyota’s approach to zero-emission vehicles is a hydrogen fuel cell dream: Unlike battery-powered electric vehicles, these cars carry hydrogen tanks and fuel cells that convert hydrogen into electricity. They refuel and accelerate quickly and can travel several hundred miles on a tank just by emitting water vapor. And hydrogen is theoretically abundant. But …

This is a 2 Team AL East Race. The Yankees Aren’t One Of Them.

BOSTON – Imagine all the baseball games we’ve seen this season have never been played. You might like this idea, especially if you’re supporting the Yankees after another humble weekend at Fenway Park: Erase everything and start fresh. Of course, that really happened last year, when the pandemic forced the cancellation of the first 102 …

The Olympics Tonight: How To Watch Softball, Tennis, Swimming & More

Here are some of the highlights US broadcast coverage All through the Sunday evening and night, including the next game for the women’s swimming, taekwondo and seemingly unstoppable softball team. All times are East. Skate boarding: Skateboarding competition’s biggest name, Nyjah Huston, stumbled across seventh place this weekend. On Sunday, the women’s street qualifiers and …

Broadcaster Apologizes for ‘Inappropriate’ Footage Posted During the Olympics

For television broadcasters worldwide, the parade of nations during the opening of the Olympics can be an exercise for diplomacy and global awareness, as media outlets resort to trivia, athlete profiles, and geopolitical considerations to fill airtime. But a South Korean broadcaster apologized for selecting “inappropriate” images that appeared next to the names of various …

Review: Dancing and Leaping at Lincoln Center in ‘You Are Here’

As dance slowly regains its footing in the performing arts world this summer, with perseverance and best intentions, performing carries a different weight. How exactly should the show go? Who shares the responsibility and who gets the credit? If the past year and a half has taught us anything, it’s paying attention to the margins …

Salzburg Festival Opens in the Tough Search for Peace

SALZBURG, Austria — “What is peace?” At the beginning of Klaus Huber’s “Quod Est Pax?”, a singer asks in Latin. When asked again and taken from different angles, the orchestra responds with a wandering, ghostly voice that underlines the question, until the instruments explode in an uneven mass as if responding: Peace is not a …