Lord Stern, author of the government-commissioned review on climate change that became the reference work for politicians and green campaigners, now says he underestimated the risks, and should have been more “blunt” about the threat posed to the economy by rising temperatures.
The hosts of Fox & Friends on Monday lashed out at 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Kroft because he failed to devote a significant part of his Sunday interview with President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to “follow up” on the suggestion that the secretary may have not told the truth about a concussion that delayed her testimony on Benghazi.
Does the Second Amendment prevent Congress from passing gun-control laws? The question, which is suddenly pressing, in light of the reaction to the school massacre in Newtown, is rooted in politics as much as law.
McDonald's has announced that it will be the nation's first national restaurant chain to serve certified-sustainable seafood at all of its 14,000 U.S. locations.
I may not like McDonald's food, and think that it's a detriment to your health to eat it; but I DO have to give credit to the company for this. This is a huge step for such a massive consumer of seafood. Good on McDonalds.
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