The headlines look scary. “Liberia Shuts Schools as Ebola Spreads,” Reuters writes. “American Doctor Sick With Ebola Now Fighting for His Life,” NPR says. “Ebola Only a Plane Ride Away From USA,” USA TODAY warns.
For months, much of the damage done by BP’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill four years ago was clearly visible on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico. From Florida and Texas, oil slicks on the
After another weekend of failed attempts to get Israel and Hamas to stop fighting one another, the United Nations Security Council said enough is enough. Early Monday, the Security Council approved a resolution calling for
The dodo bird. The passenger pigeon. The Caribbean monk seal. And the quagga. What do all of those species have in common? They’ve all become extinct – gone forever — within the past 500 years.
And we’re not talking summer school, either. While other kids were going to camp or the beach or some other vacation spot this week, Marcus Logan was starting fifth grade at Graham Elementary School in