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As the incoming secretary of state, John F. Kerry, a longtime vocal crusader against climate change in the Senate, is in a position to deliver one of the movement’s biggest victories in decades: drive a stake through the heart of the massive Canada-to-Texas Keystone XL pipeline project.
For the first time in history, South Korea has successfully launched a satellite from its own country into space.
In his inaugural address last week, President Obama demonstrated that he is putting people at risk with misguided climate and energy policies.
Christie Hefner, with the liberal Center for American Progress, told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" listeners that climate change is the cause, in part, for Chicago's high murder rate.
A surprise attack by a mob of wild monkeys has panicked a village in eastern Indonesia, as residents report attacks, injuries and home damage.
South Korea said Wednesday it successfully launched a satellite into space from its own soil for the first time, a point of national pride that came weeks after archrival North Korea accomplished a similar feat to the surprise of the world.
South Korea launched a satellite into space from its own soil for the first time Wednesday amid increased tensions after archrival North Korea accomplished a similar feat and was condemned by the United Nations.
The Environmental Protection Agency is moving to ban the sale of a dozen rat and mouse poisons sold under the popular D-Con brand in an effort to protect children and pets.
In his second inaugural address, President Obama pledged that the United States "will respond to the threat of climate change" and will take the lead for other countries to follow suit. This commitment is a willful rejection of reality.