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Here’s what President Trump will do in his first 100 days

All men may be created equal, but all presidents certainly are not.

Spoiler Alert

Fossil fuel emissions want to ruin carbon dating, too

The emissions don't have any radioactive carbon, so dating artifacts could become a lot more difficult.


These amazing trees grow up to 40 different types of fruit

Artist and Syracuse University professor Sam Van Aken has made more than a dozen trees that bear all kinds of fruits and flowers.

Shake It Up

Is it too soon to joke about a disaster that hasn’t happened? The New York Times thinks so

When it comes to the earthquake that will destroy the Northwest, it’s not making jokes that's the problem; the problem is doing nothing at all.


This is likely when people started eating chicken

People have kept chickens for cockfighting for thousands of years. Eating them is a different story.

Climate & Energy

Republican presidential candidate John Kasich believes in climate change. But he doesn’t want to fix it

Ohio Gov. John Kasich doesn't "want to overreact" to global warming.


This comic shows all you need to know about butchering chickens

An illustrated story about butchering 75 chickens.

Climate & Energy

Why so many Republicans can’t resist climate denial

Climate change unites the religious right and big business, and GOP politicians cower before those two interest groups.

Climate & Energy

Hillary Clinton rakes in money from fossil fuel interests

Fundraisers for her campaign include oil execs and dirty energy lobbyists, so no surprise she doesn’t have a bold climate agenda.