I'm sure you're stunned.
There's good reason to do so: Georgia has experienced a number of problems with hot weather leading to decreased fossil energy output.
The mayor's annual survey of statistics in the New York City has some good pieces of news -- and two particularly bad ones.
NASA has a stark illustration of how this year's record-low Arctic ice cap compares to the ice cap in 1984.
Which will do nothing to quell the right's fury over the new school lunch standards.
Economic growth in the U.S. during the spring was 0.4 percent slower than expected, largely due to the record-setting drought.
Republicans may complain that Obama hates oil, but under his watch, U.S. oil production has hit its highest weekly level since 1997.
But on the plus side, it doesn't feature any forced labor.
Some residents of a Michigan town have a novel strategy to prevent the construction of wind turbines: building helicopter pads.
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