Local Stories, Events
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Health Care & Environment
08.14 As America Burns From Climate Change, Trump Officials Attend Denial Conference to Discuss Why Climate Change is Fake [stunningly stupid—killing everything to maximize fossil asset profits]
08.13 Sweltering cities Halfway to boiling: the city at 50C
08.11 'It's heartbreaking': Killer whale continues carrying dead calf for 'unprecedented' length of mourning [extinctions like this can be minimized if humans try...]
News Media Matters
US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'
08.15 ALEC Is Pushing a New Slate of Viciously Anti-Worker, Pro-Corporate Laws [will the public fight or migrate?]
08.15 With 3 Months To Go, Pundits and Democrats Still Clueless [will the public fight or migrate?]
08.17 DOJ Sues Ivanka’s Ex-Business Partner for Massive Fraud [Criminal behavior is normal around Trump]
Economics, Crony Capitalism
08.17 US dollar on its way out as world's lead currency? [What happens to US dollar valuation when oil sales must become illegal due to climate change and pollution? Does this feared chaos explain "conservative" denial of climate change?]
International & Futurism
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