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Alabama’s Deaths Outpace Births for First Time in History

Sept. 20, 2021 -- For the first time in Alabama’s known history, the state’s deaths have outpaced its births -- a bleak consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. ...

Nowhere is Safe from the Climate Apocalypse – Watts Up With That?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The recent resurrection of “The Day After Tomorrow” warming causes cooling scenario has panicked climate alarmists, who until recently thought they could ride out the apocalypse by...

Florida’s COVID Cases Continue Decreasing

We’re back with another installment of the weekly COVID-19 report with data from Florida and around Walt Disney World as of September 9, 2021. This provides an update on new cases,...

Domestic and International Travel Impact on the Lodging Industry’s Recovery

This report breaks down the evolution and impact travel restrictions and COVID-19 concerns have had on travel, with an eye to evaluating the key underpinnings of the industry’s return. This article originally...

Are All Those Plexiglass Barriers in Restaurants Actually Keeping Anyone Safe From COVID-19?

If you’ve spent any time inside bars or restaurants during the pandemic, you’ve almost certainly encountered a space chopped up by a series of plexiglass dividers. These see-through plastic barriers,...

Pesticide to Be Banned Over Links to  Problems in Children

By Robert Preidt and Robin FosterHealthDay ReporterTHURSDAY, Aug. 19, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- The Biden Administration said Wednesday that a widely used pesticide will be banned because it's been linked to...

A Catskills Home Full of Storybook Charm

Artist Heather Ross lives in Forestburgh, New York, with her husband, TC, and their daughter, Bee. “When we first walked in, this house was a ruin,” she says. “I loved taking something...

What Will Happen to Women in Afghanistan Under Taliban Rule?

Yesterday, I imagine you, too, were gripped by the news, as the Taliban seized control of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. People fled their homes to hide, or tried desperately to...
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