Texas is being battered by a winter storm, causing rolling electrical blackouts while unplowed streets have people trapped at home without heat or water. In response, President Biden has approved an emergency declaration.
As many as 108 people are missing, 14 confirmed dead.
You know that wingnut theory claiming that President Obama manipulated the weather to bring tornadoes down on Oklahoma? It's been around awhile, and got its start with the Militia of Montana in the 1990s.
It seems Obama advisor David Plouffe is about as tired of hearing the type of hyperbolic, over the top attacks from Romney attack dog Rudy Giuliani as I am. Giuliani was out there over the weekend, calling for President Obama to resign, continuing
Here's a headline we're tempted to write - or rather, one that we would be tempted to write if we weren't so nice, or so dedicated to avoiding oversimplification: "Climate-Change Deniers Struck by Climate Change in Texas Tornado
Cell phone footage of tornado damage to Moscow, Ohio, March 2, 2012. Despite the Republicans' continual insistance that climate change isn't a real phenomenon, the tornado season started a full month earlier than most years in the Midwest. To
Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann told voters in Florida Sunday that Hurricane Irene and the recent East Coast earthquake were just God's way of telling politicians to reign in government spending. "I don't know how much God has
(Mt. St. Helens 1980 - Real-time shock and awe; 80,000 feet worth) This particular day in 1980 Mt. St. Helens, after almost two months of seismic activity in the area and stress releases, finally blew with a cloud formation spiraling some
Those floods along the Mississippi River that have already displaced thousands of people are predicted to get even worse in the coming weeks: The swollen Mississippi River carried its dangers of flooding and damage into the Delta on Wednesday
First we had the the professional corporate climate-change deniers snorting at the idea that global warming might have played a role in this week's devastating tornadoes in the South. Now we have religious-right climate-change deniers
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