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Protesters block demolition equipment from entering a portion of the B.W. Cooper public housing complex in New Orleans in December 2007. Alex Brandon/AP
August 28, 2015

After Hurricane Katrina, Poor Black Women Were Largely Ignored, Study Says

Ten years later, some women say they feel like they were better off before the storm.

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August 27, 2015

No One Is Ready for the Next Katrina

Climate change is making catastrophic floods more likely, and US politicians are doing little to prepare.

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August 27, 2015

The Raging Future of American Wildfires

The risk of major blazes could increase 600 percent by mid-century, say scientists.

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Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the United States, is 38 percent full. It forms part of the border between Nevada and Arizona. John Locher/AP
August 27, 2015

The Drought Isn’t Just a California Problem

A rundown of other Western states in the middle of serious dry spells

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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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December 11, 2015

Will the Planet Survive the Next 24 Hours?

Tension is rising between the US and China as the deadline for a climate deal approaches.

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