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The Ultimate Guide To Cleaning Almost Everything In Your House

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By Jessica Leader Rarely do you hear someone get excited about cleaning the house. It is time consuming, exhausting, and most of all, frustrating when you scrub and scrub but the stains refuse to budge. But don’t give up just yet! Below is the ultimate guide to cleaning those tricky spaces with surprising tools, brought […]

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The 5 Worst States To Be A Farm Animal

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By James Gerken Where is the worst place to be a farm animal? In states that go to great lengths to hide animal abuse by silencing people who report cruelty. …read more Source: Huffington Post Green     

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Scott Brown's Work Against Energy Bill Sparks TV Ad

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By Ryan Grim Scott Brown is getting hit in New Hampshire with a quarter-million-dollar ad buy for working behind the scenes against a bipartisan energy conservation measure, which had been backed by his Democratic opponent, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, and her Republican counterpart Kelly Ayotte. Brown, a former Massachusetts senator, is challenging Shaheen for her seat, […]

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Defending Clean Energy in Ohio and Beyond

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By Mary Anne Hitt If you watched this week’s episode of Showtime’s climate series Years of Living Dangerously, you saw a fantastic piece by America Ferrera called “Against the Wind” that pierced the veil of the fossil fuel industry’s well-funded operation to try and dismantle state clean energy standards. The episode could not have been […]

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Top 10 US Destinations for Spectacular Spring Blooms

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By HomeAway Nothing says “springtime” quite like flowers and now is the peak time to see them at the following gardens, parks and reserves across the U.S. Our spring flowers infographic will give you a preview of each destination’s botanic specialty. Portland Japanese Garden in Portland, OregonPeak Season: May through September In this tranquil 5.5-acre […]

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Rev. Edward Beck Responds To Pat Sajak Tweet, Says It's 'More Racist To Deny Climate Change'

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By Antonia Blumberg Reverend Edward Beck, a Catholic priest and media commentator, appeared on CNN on Wednesday to discuss a controversial tweet from game show host Pat Sajak that said climate experts were “unpatriotic racists.” Sajak’s original tweet read: I now believe global warming alarmists are unpatriotic racists knowingly misleading for their own ends. Good […]

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Spanish Conquest Altered Peru's Shoreline, New Research Shows

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By David Freeman In 1532, Francisco Pizarro led an expedition of battle-hardened Spanish soldiers on a fateful journey, from the desert coast of northern Peru to the highland Inca city of Cajamarca. A civil war had just ended in the Inca Empire, and Pizarro and a party of fewer than 200 men marched eastward to […]

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Superbug Threat Is As Grave As Climate Change, Scientists Say

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By Reuters By Kate Kelland LONDON, May 22 (Reuters) – Superbugs resistant to drugs pose a serious worldwide threat and demand a response on the same scale as efforts to combat climate change, infectious disease specialists said on Thursday. Warning that a world without effective antibiotics would be “deadly”, with routine surgery, treatments for cancer […]

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House Science Committee Is More Worried About Aliens Than Climate Change

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By Shadee Ashtari Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas), chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, has a long track record of climate change denial. And under his leadership, the committee has spent more time holding hearings on the existence of extraterrestrial life than it has examining climate science or the repercussions of global climate […]