We’re long past the era of having nice things, and that’s doubly true when it comes to the climate. So it’s fitting that even on a day when there’s a bit of good news about coal’s decline, we also learned that greenhouse gases in the atmosphere hit a new peak.
Channel Ten will launch an extended 90-minute news bulletin this week, the network has confirmed.
The delayed resignation of a felon now counts as a reprieve from the metastasis of unaccountability.
At a time when our country seems as divided as ever and many are talking as if the end times are coming, it's more important than ever to look at what we should be thankful for.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A new rice agreement with South Korea means good news for Louisiana. Under the agreement, which goes into affect January 1, South Korea will provide access for 132,304 tons of U.S. rice annually. This gives the United States the greatest volume of guaranteed rice market access in South Korea ever with a [
It is a fascinating, somewhat eerie stretch of water just 40 miles south of the nation’s capital. That would be the historic Ghost Fleet of the Potomac, home to 200 wrecks which have stood like sentinels for decades in the shallows, their hulls clearly visible just below the water’s surface — many bristling with the huge, peg-topped rusty nails of another era. Larger corroding hulks still stand above water level. These boats were towed there decades ago; some were sunk, others burned —...
The task group assigned to secure the 30th Southeast Asian Games was advised to do good, look good and talk good while on duty at the multi-sport event happening less than a week from now.
Throughout the 1980s and ’90s, the National Enquirer graced nearly every grocery store checkout line in America, its lurid headlines just as innocuous a part of the shopping experience as Juicy Fruit gum or a pack of Skittles. In those days, the magazine seemed like the news equivalent of that checkout aisle candy—not sustenance but not dangerous. But just as a diet consisting primarily of sugar can have dangerous long-term health effects, the sensationalizing of the news via Enquirer headlines...
The Lakers' Avery Bradley, who has been out with a hairline fracture in his right leg, has been cleared for full contact and might play Wednesday in Orlando.