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There was a somewhat surprising announcement this week from a country with one of the world's worst climate reputations: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott's office declared that his government is committed to signing on to the...
In one instance, a 16-year-old inmate says a guard plied him with drugs and then took him to her house to have sex.
This year's maximum sea ice extent is the lowest since we started keeping track.
But the internet never forgets.
O'Reilly claimed he rescued his bleeding cameraman during a riot in Argentina. But the journo who shot O'Reilly's video says this didn't happen.
"I thrive on unpredictability," he says.
Outlet Creek watershed in Northern California's Mendocino County. Scott Bauer Northern California pot farmers are using up all of the water that normally supports key populations of the region's federally protected salmon and steelhead trout....
WTF is "climate finance"?
The actor totally nailed his role as a Hollywood shark. Now he just needs to convince "Entourage" fans he's a turn-of-the-century gentleman.
Mount Pinatubo erupting in 1991 Bullit Marquez/AP Back in the late 1990s, Ken Caldeira set out to disprove the "ludicrous" idea that we could reverse global warming by filling the sky with chemicals that would...
Jeb the Manatee was a fighter. A Bush aide called him "not very bright."
Dan Linden (@DanLinden) March 26, 2015 We'll continue to update as we learn more.
The FAA has rules about that, but European airliners operate differently.
The law Gov. Mike Pence signed Thursday morning allows Indianans to cite their religious beliefs as an excuse for discrimination.
A living hell has become hopeful under Raúl Castro.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is only the latest politician to head to the Rio Grande for a photo op.
Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz doesn't always sound like $695/hour lawyer Ted Cruz.
Or perhaps just a little bit longer.
Ted Cruz is expected to speak at a conference this week with Robert Spencer, notorious for attacking Islam.
Republicans think so.
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