For some farmers, the saving grace this severe drought year was the ability to irrigate, so that crops, and our nation’s food supply, had a fighting chance.
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The two most important words in improv — “Yes, and” — are a fantastic tool for your holiday.
Meanwhile, noticing some unusual main street activity on horseback, local citizens began to arm themselves after one merchant — J.S. Allen — shouted, “Get your guns, boys — they’re robbing the bank!”
In a September 2020 debate, Hagedorn agreed with Democratic challenger Dan Feehan that rural broadband expansion was important and said it would get bipartisan support in Congress. But apparently not from Hagedorn.
U.S. Cabinet members and congressional leaders had much to say in Glasgow about being “back,” yet they had little to offer in terms of the U.S. share of the finance, and the world cast a worried eye over its continued partisan politics.
For well over three decades, Aeon and Alan Arthur have changed the life stories of people struggling with the high cost of housing.
UN Women calls violence against women a “shadow pandemic,” which has only intensified since the outbreak of COVID-19.
As if only joining an adult chorus, the tirades of this child are hardly different, only more explicit, from what many parents and adults are saying today.
The United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world. We spend roughly $182 billion annually to lock up a tragic percentage of our adult population.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer diagnosis among U.S. veterans. Let’s advance their care by passing the Prostate Cancer Treatment and Research Act.
Polls say Americans should love the Build Back Better Act — but most are only hearing talking points about its price tag.
Unlike 2020, hospital beds and PPE are not in short supply, but an even more valuable commodity is: health care staff. The shortage is getting worse by the day, with 17,500 health care workers leaving their jobs nationwide just last month.
Millions are quitting their jobs or are going on strike. This doesn’t mean there’s a labor shortage. It means there’s a shortage of good paying, family sustaining jobs.
Regulating how social media algorithms harvest private data would put a reasonable check on how these platforms manipulate users online.
The sad political fact is, ask any Republican officeholder today, top to bottom, their plan to deal with the climate crisis and the answer is resolute silence.
Looking at current emissions alone misses another important aspect of climate injustice: Greenhouse gas emissions accumulate over time. Some countries and regions bear vastly more responsibility for cumulative emissions than others.
The fury released today on utterly exhausted health care workers who are only doing their jobs makes me think about how the hell society became this utterly warped.
Glenn Youngkin is said to have exploited anger around race and gender issues in schools to win the governor’s race. Here’s a powerful and very different education message.
Our entire business is built on digital tools like Google Workspace to communicate and share documents with our team spread nationally.
The redheads really showed us their charisma that morning. The parents sounded remarkably like tree frogs, “rattle-calling” as we crossed a beaver dam, approaching them. They hitched hurriedly up trunks, chortling “QUARR-QUARR!”