Giant waves, possibly triggered by two meteorite impacts, may have shaped Mars’s coastline and could hint at whether the red planet was once habitable. By Nicola Davis Mega-tsunamis in an ancient ocean on Mars may have shaped the landscape and… Read More ›
The bill will mainly protect corporations who are polluting our water, land, and air quality.
More than 1 million Syrian refugees have become stranded in Lebanon. Some of them have lost everything. The Akkar district in the North of Lebanon is itself the poorest region of the country and has been neglected by international assistance… Read More ›
Higher education wears the cloak of liberalism, but in policy and practice, it’s a cutthroat system of exploitation By David Masciotra, AlterNet Higher education wears the cloak of liberalism, but in policy and practice, it can be a corrupt and… Read More ›
By Lorraine Chow As the Solar Impulse 2 makes its historic round-the-world trip powered only by the energy of the sun, it’s not so crazy to think that sometime in the future, commercial flying will abandon dirty fossil fuels. Well,… Read More ›
By Justin Worland Here are the U.S. cities with the most ozone pollution in 2015: California is well-represented on the list & in the article. 1. Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA 2. Visalia-Porterville-Hanford, CA 3. Bakersfield, CA 4. Fresno-Madera, CA 5…. Read More ›
Scalia and Roberts don’t know best: Here’s how we take our politics back from reactionary court and billionaire donors
Right-wing justices have perverted our campaign-finance system. There’s a mechanism to reclaim it: The Constitution. By Jamie Raskin: Raskin is a professor of constitutional law at American University’s Washington College of Law, a Democratic state senator in Maryland and the… Read More ›