Shell is asking the feds for a deadline extension on drilling off the coast of Alaska. Will the company ever actually get its act together? No one knows!
Well, "Texan," singular. But the movement to combat the insidious, intrusive device is real.
Or, to be more optimistic, in 2014.
The massive fire destroyed hundreds of nearby homes. Local residents complained of a gas smell shortly before the accident.
The most recent prediciton for Tropical Storm Isaac shows that it's due to hit New Orleans on the seventh anniversary of Katrina's landfall.
To be fair, not all black licorice contains lead. Just some. It is all disgusting, though.
With time running out and the wind industry wavering, Congress still hasn't moved on the production tax credit.
New efforts by both cities are trying to address sea-level rise before it becomes a big problem.
Now in its 100 billionth week, the drought continues to do weird things across America.
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