July 11, 2020

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Calls Renewed For Friendlier Sources Of Oil

Many of the biggest oil suppliers are in harm's way as political strife besets North Africa and the Middle East. At the same...

Most Plastics Leach Hormone-Like Chemicals

Exactly how BPA affects humans, and how serious its effects are, is still very much up for debate.

Will U.S. Follow Withdrawal Deadline In Iraq?

There are still questions about whether some U.S. troops will remain in Iraq beyond the withdrawal deadline set for the end of this...

Gulf Spill Investigated As Cause Of Dolphin Deaths

Scientists are trying to determine whether there's a link between last year's Gulf of Mexico oil spill and a spike in dolphin deaths...

In Wis., Political Standoff Continues

Thousands of Wisconsin union members and supporters pack the Capitol to protest Gov. Scott Walker's plan to cut wages, benefits and collective bargaining...

Bahrain: Key U.S. Military Hub

The tiny island nation of Bahrain plays a big role in America's Middle East strategy.

California Challenges China In Rare Earths Mining

Mining for rare earth minerals used in cell phones, hybrid cars, wind turbines and computers.

Egypt protests: 'We ran a gauntlet of officers beating us with sticks'

A Guardian reporter in Cairo was beaten and arrested alongside protesters in the capital last night. He made this remarkable recording while locked...

Cyberthieves Target European Carbon Credit Market

About $40 million in carbon permits have been snatched by cyber-thieves.

Demand for Quinoa a Boon for Bolivian Farmers

Quinoa, once a staple of the Incas, is now increasingly popular. Much of it comes from the windswept, high-altitude plains of Bolivia, known...



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