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Tom Selleck
July 9, 2015

Tom Selleck Cast as Villain of California Drought in Lawsuit Alleging Water Theft

Actor who has made career playing virtuous characters accused in lawsuit of delivering water to 60-acre ranch in defiance of cease-and-desist orders.

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June 18, 2015

Pope Francis Calls for Urgent Action to Fight Climate Change

“We need a new dialogue about how we are shaping the future of our planet.”

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June 18, 2015

He May Be Pope, But That Doesn’t Mean He Can Stop Climate Change

Liberals should think twice before wishing that American Catholics would take their political cues from the pope.

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June 18, 2015

Pope Francis: Humans Are Turning the Earth Into an “Immense Pile of Filth”

An excerpt from the pope’s encyclical on climate change, the environment and inequality.

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rich water lawyer
June 17, 2015

Want To Get Rich? Become a Water Lawyer in California

California regulators are finally trying to fix the state’s insane water rights system. So now they’re going to get sued.

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New York officials tour flood damage in a Sikorsky Black Hawk helicopter in 2011. Hans Pennink/AP
December 23, 2015

How 19 Big-Name Corporations Plan to Make Money Off the Climate Crisis

Think weapons, air conditioners, and ice cream, for starters.

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December 23, 2015

Here’s a Video Showing the Very Worst Anti-Science Bullshit of 2015

Snowballs, witch-hunts, and a big measles outbreak.

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December 22, 2015

The Republican Primary Just Got a Little Less Sane

Lindsey Graham was one of the few Republicans contenders with a reasonable position on climate change. He just dropped out.

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