Two decades of satellite readings back up what dramatic pictures have suggested in recent years: The mile-thick ice sheets that cover Greenland and most of Antarctica are melting at a faster rate in a warming world.
Two Democratic members of Colorado's congressional delegation told the Metropolitan State University of Denver that they support the school's decision to allow illegal immigrant students to pay a lower tuition rate than out-of-state residents.
I got my new computer (and sold my soul to the rent-to-own store), so like I promised, the following graphic is just a small, bare-bones preview of a section of my upcoming online booklet How They See Us: Unmasking The Religious Right War on Gay America.
Updated Dec. 5, 2:25 p.m. ET: Cadet Blake Page has learned from his superiors at West Point that he will be given an honorable discharge and not be required to pay "recoupment" costs for three and a half years at the military academy.
It could be a blue Christmas for the nearly 14,000 children in Michigan’s foster-care system: The House Committee on Families, Children, and Seniors is expected to vote today on whether an adoption agency can discriminate against applicants based on its religious or moral grounds.
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