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The remnants of Hurricane Ophelia is set to hit the British Isles on Monday, with gusts of wind of up to 90mph forcing schools to close as the Met Office warns there is a "danger to life". Severe weat...
Fortunately we now have a fix, if the Government dares do it.
Sorry PBS "Nature," these mischievous arctic fox pups don't give two hoots about how expensive your cameras might be. The documentary TV program shared footage Wednesday of a litter of pups finding an...
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At least 21 people have been killed in the blazes.
Coffins were washed downhill from the Lares Municipal Cemetery by a landslide in the wake of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Move over kids, we're going first.
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The official number of deaths in Puerto Rico related to Hurricane Maria has now risen from 36 to 39. Héctor M. Pesquera, secretary of the Puerto Rico Department of Public Safety, described the...
There's a 97 percent chance that Abbott is wrong about the scientific consensus.
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It could provide all the electricity in the world, and it’s right on our doorstep.
San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz has been an outspoken critic of the federal government's response to the hurricane that devastated Puerto Rico.
The birds only lay one egg a year and despite their best efforts, half won't make it.
BILOXI,MS-OCTOBER 7, 2017: The eye of Hurricane Nate pushes ashore at a category 1 storm in Biloxi, Mississippi October 7, 2017. (Photo by Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)
Residents are bathing and collecting drinking water in limited quantities from freshwater sources, or using bottled water provided by the U.S. military.
Herbalist and educator Marysia Miernowska suggests: "Let us let the patriarchy inside of us die, so we can be transformed into more radically loving, engaged citizens of the Earth."
Nate made its second U.S. landfall early Sunday as a Category 1 hurricane near the Mississippi city of Biloxi, according to the National Hurricane Center. It's the first hurricane to make landfall in...
Witches, pagans and other magical activists have thrown themselves into social justice work over the last year. Building on decades of activism within the magical community, they joined hundreds of th...
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