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Antarctica’s ice is melting faster than was thought, say scientists who recently completed the most exhaustive assessment of the ice sheet to date.
Anti-poverty activists say they will continue a campaign of demonstrations and civil disobedience throughout the Ohio Valley despite arrests at some events and being blocked from Kentucky’s capitol building. The Poor People’s Campaign has rallied in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia and campaign leaders returned to Kentucky Wednesday after the group was denied access at earlier demonstrations. North Carolina… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia regulators have issued a $430,000 fine for permit violations against a company building a 713-mile natural gas pipeline. The Department of Environmental Protection announced the fine Tuesday against Rover Pipeline LLC, which is owned by Energy Transfer Partners. Under a consent order, the company agreed to immediately take measures… Read More
The D.C. rapper brought quite the crew to his Tiny Desk performance.
Every music critic worth their salt knows that punk rock music has deep roots in reggae. Starting in 1976 the legendary Don Letts served as the house DJ at The Roxy (the U.K.’s answer to CBGB’s, exclusively featuring punk rock bands,) playing various reggae cuts in between band’s sets. Some notable punk rock luminaries took… Read More