Environment

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Hot air in Paris

By Cal Thomas
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Climate Change | If representatives of the 196 nations gathered in Paris for the UN Conference on Climate Change had instead formed a coalition to fight a real…

The climate nonconsensus

By Julie Borg
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Science | While politicians push for carbon cuts, some experts point to unsettled science

In Paris, everyone’s on board the global warming bandwagon

By Jim Henry
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Environment | For these first two weeks of December, Paris is the scene of a city within a city. As many as 50,000 people from nearly 200 countries have descended on the…

Rudolph the mosquito-bitten reindeer and climate change

By Julie Borg
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Climate Change | Santa’s reindeer may be in big global warming trouble if the predictions of researchers at Dartmouth’s Institute of Arctic Studies prove true. According…

Tuned in one direction

By Joel Belz
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Science | Climate change activists refuse to forecast anything but doom

Midday Roundup: Suspect in slaying of pastor’s wife caught on camera

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Indy manhunt. Police in Indianapolis say they have security camera footage of the man they think shot and killed a pastor's wife last week. They believe the…

China breathes easier as terrible air quality improves

By Michael Cochrane
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China | After three decades of breakneck economic growth and little concern for the environmental consequences, China has become notorious for its air pollution…

Keystone kaput for now

By Cal Thomas
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Climate Change | President Obama’s unilateral rejection of the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline that would have brought petroleum and jobs to the United States is another…

World leaders to gather in Paris for ‘final’ climate change conference

By Julie Borg
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Climate | At the entrance to a temporary city in a Paris suburb, two 26-foot-tall white steel trees sport green, plastic mini-wind turbines. The leaf-like power…

Blowing their tops

By Emily Belz
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Environment | As West Virginia’s coal industry declines and jobs evaporate, is detonating mountaintops good stewardship?

Midday Roundup: Emissions scandal wrecks Volkswagen’s reputation

Midday Roundup: Emissions scandal wrecks Volkswagen’s reputation

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Fahrvergnügen? Volkswagen executives admitted today the emissions scandal first revealed Friday is much larger than previously thought. At least 11 million…

Dirty water may force Rio to move 2016 Olympic aquatic events

By Rob Holmes
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Olympics | Sewage contamination in Rio de Janeiro’s bay and urban waters may force the Brazilian city to give up hosting 2016 Olympic events planned at iconic beach…

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