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15 dead as fires rage in southern Siberia
The fires in Khakassia have reportedly killed 15 people, Anna Borodina from the Khakassia Health Ministry told Interfax. "A total of 613 people needed medical attendance, and 533 of them have received aid and gone home. Eight are in a grave condition. Mos
Global warming didn't give Malia asthma
President Obama blames global warming for his daughter's asthma. Today that's politically useful spin, but the science says something different. If you're looking for a culprit, it just might be Malia's dad.
Toronto sinkhole swallows Jaguar
Police were called to the scene of a parking lot in the Black Creek Avenue and Eglinton Avenue area on Wednesday morning after a Jaguar was buried up to its windows by a sinkhole.
Scientists say Arctic sea ice just set a disturbing new record
Two weeks ago, we noted here that the Arctic was on the verge of a scary new record — an unprecedented “lowest winter maximum” for sea ice extent. What that would mean is that during the season of the year when there is the most ice covering the seas of t
Warmer Pacific may be starving sea lions, seabirds
Starving sea lion pups and seabirds up and down the U.S. West Coast this year may be part of a large-scale shift of the Pacific Ocean to warmer and less productive conditions, according to a new federal fisheries report.
How market forces are winning the climate change battle
A new report shows greenhouse gas production has stalled while economic growth continues. Despite the stereotype of climate change instransigence by business, it is the power of capitalism that's coming to the rescue, Don Pittis writes.
Arctic Sea Ice Dwindles toward Record Winter Low
While balmy hints of spring melt piles of snow in the eastern U.S., the impending end of winter marks peak season for Arctic sea ice. But this year, that winter maximum area is currently on track to hit a record low since satellite records began in 1979
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