While Trump golfs, Americans are literally dying in Puerto Rico
Trump'd: a new word for a new series. Here's episode 1! America is going to get Trump'd so hard...we're going to have to laugh along the way. Or else we'd cry. Check it out!
Last night, against all odds, against everything that's holy, Donald Trump was elected president of the United States.
A compendium of the goings on at the strangest convention in U.S. history.
When will they ever learn?
What could possibly go wrong when miners, frackers, and drillers reshape the geology beneath our feet? Talk to the evacuees of Bayou Corne, Louisiana.
The deadly oil train disaster in Lac Megantic, Quebec on July 5, which (as of this writing) has left 33 people dead, with 17 still missing, and contaminated over 60 miles of local drinking water sources, has initiated a curious response across the media spectrum.
Canadian police said that 30 people still missing after a fiery train derailment in the village of Lac-Mégantic, Québec, are “most probably dead” and that families should prepare for the worst.
A suburb near Oklahoma City was ravaged by a tornado Monday that some estimates put at nearly a mile wide (some onlookers put that size at closer to two miles) and that witnesses say more closely resembled a giant black wall of destruction than a typical twister.
If you didn't get a chance to see this special on PBS this week, and you've got some spare time to check it out on line instead, I'd highly recommend making some time to
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