- New KeralaMay 19 07:19 PM
New York, May 20(Just Earth News): The environment is deteriorating faster than previously thought, making it imperative that governments act now to reverse the worst trends, says the most authoritative study the United Nations has ever published on the state of the planet's health.
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- Los Angeles TimesMay 28 07:19 AM
I first met Robert Mapplethorpe in the elevator of the Chelsea Hotel in 1973, when I was 4. My father had just died in a car accident, and my mother was simply lost. The New York hotel was a perfect place for anyone longing for a new identity or reality. Few people there were my age, and in my...
- TODAYonlineMay 17 03:16 AM
NEW YORK - Move over, Everest. Scientists say that by one measure, the world's highest peak is actually Mount Chimborazo in Ecuador. The summit of Chimborazo, an inactive volcano in the Andes, rises about 20,500 feet above sea level, far short of Everest's...
- Times LeaderMay 20 05:14 AM
Lawyers representing 4,300 past and present Avoca-area residents filed hundreds of pages in court documents this week arguing why they should be allowed to reactivate an environmental contamination suit in Luzerne County. The Avoca plaintiffs are appealing a February ruling by a New York federal judge ordering them to drop the Luzerne County suit seeking […]
- MediaiteMay 16 01:06 PM
In a harrowing report published Sunday in the New York Times, Nicholas Casey describes in visceral detail how the economic crisis plaguing Venezuela has caused a public health emergency.
- New KeralaMay 20 08:18 PM
New York, May 21 (Just Earth News):Global temperature records were broken yet again in April for the 12th consecutive month, the longest such streak since global record-taking began in 1880, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reported on Friday.
Hackers in Ukraine and Frog Juice in the Andes: ... - The Atlantic
- Opposing ViewsMay 18 04:06 PM
Public hospitals in Venezuela are facing a major health crisis due to a severe lack of medications, equipment, electricity and food. Seven newborn babies recently died in a hospital in Barcelona, Venezuela, according to The New York Times.
- North Queensland RegisterMay 23 04:38 PM
Georgina Mitchell May 18, 2016, 10:59 a.m. A Venezuelan oil well is seen during sunset on Maracaibo Lake, Zulia State, about 700 kilometers west of Caracas.
- Racked via Yahoo Shopping NewsMay 04 07:30 AM
None of this is anything out of the ordinary by New York standards of ridiculousness — except for the IMAX movie screen we’re staring at, a 40’ x 24’ edifice that’s showing black and white b-roll of the Grand Canyon, poorly cropped vistas of the Hawaiian coastline, looped footage of a train passing the Eiffel Tower at least four times, computer-generated imagery of what appears to be a pretend ...
- The Atlantic via Yahoo! NewsMay 20 09:31 AM
The Ukrainian Hacker Who Became the FBI’s Best Weapon—and Worst Nightmare Kevin Poulsen | WIRED “One Thursday in January 2001, Maksym Igor Popov, a 20-year-old Ukrainian man, walked nervously through the doors of the United States embassy in London. While Popov could have been mistaken for an exchange student applying for a visa, in truth he was a hacker, part of an Eastern European gang that ...
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