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Democratic New Jersey state Senator Jim Whelan dies at 68

Jim Whelan, a Democratic New Jersey state senator and former mayor of Atlantic City, has died. He was 68. Whelan's death was announced on his Facebook page Tuesday night. A … Click to Continue »

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Rallying Arizona

President Trump will hold a campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona, at 7 p.m. MT.

Targeted forest regeneration: A blueprint for conserving tropical biological diversity?

Targeted forest regeneration among the largest and closest forest fragments in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania and the Atlantic Forest of Brazil can dramatically reduce extinction rates of bird species over time, new research shows.

Delaware governor opposes offshore drilling

Gov. John Carney says he's opposed to drilling for oil and gas in federal waters off the coast of Delaware, or elsewhere along the Atlantic coast. In a letter last … Click to Continue »

The Morning News: Accidental Release of Atlantic Salmon Potentially Bad News For Native Fish, How Generals Sold Trump On His Afghanistan Strategy

9 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Steven Hsieh GET EM Getty / Gu_mundur Tmasson Generals Convinced Trump to Send More Troops to Afghanistan: When then-Apprentice host Donald Trump meddled in foreign policy in 2012, he repeatedly called for the end of the Afghanistan War. Show More Summary

Stop What You're Doing and Read This About Witnessing a Total Solar Eclipse in Washington State in 1979

9 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Christopher Frizzelle Annie Dillard's masterpiece of literary nonfiction, "Total Eclipse," is available on The Atlantic's website for free today. NASA It will make the eclipse so much better if you read this first: Annie Dillard on witnessing a total solar eclipse in Washington State, near Yakima, in 1979. Show More Summary

Marine microplastics detected in bottom-dweller bellies for the first time

Around half of marine creatures living at depths of more than 2,000 metres in the North Atlantic could be eating microplastic material, marine scientists have discovered.

A Collection of Solar Eclipse Photography

20 hours agoArts / Graphic Design : Abduzeedo

A Collection of Solar Eclipse Photography AoiroStudio Aug 22, 2017 On August 21st, 2017, the people across North America were able to witness a total solar eclipse from Pacific to Atlantic coasts. In other countries, only a partial eclipse was visible. Show More Summary

Music Review: The War on Drugs - A Deeper Understanding

The War on Drugs A Deeper Understanding [Atlantic; 2017] Rating: 4.5/5 I t’s a rare moment when one hears something so inspired that they’re awoken from the narcotic somnolence of their typical music-listening routine, a half-awake state...Show More Summary

atlanticinfocus:From 2017 Audubon Photography Awards, one of 21...

atlanticinfocus: From 2017 Audubon Photography Awards, one of 21 photos. Great bird photography: Winners and runners-up from the 8th annual competition. Atlantic Puffin. (Ann Pacheco / Audubon Photography Awards)

The Atlantic Views the Eclipse Through the Lens of Critical Theory

Insights from classic literature never run out of new applications. Take this great line from Hamlet: There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in

Here's how close Ed Orgeron came to hiring Lane Kiffin at LSU

If FAU hadn’t hired Kiffin, he might be in Baton Rouge right now. The last college football coaching carousel settled with Ed Orgeron as the head coach at LSU and Lane Kiffin the boss at Florida Atlantic. Orgeron nearly missed out on the LSU job before that. Show More Summary

Left-Wing Magazine Suggests the Eclipse is Racist Because it Didn’t Pass Over Black Communities

Far left magazine, The Atlantic published a long essay about the solar eclipse, written by Brooklyn law school professor Alice Ristroph... The post Left-Wing Magazine Suggests the Eclipse is Racist Because it Didn’t Pass Over Black Communities appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Moon Trumps Sun

Americans watched as the first total solar eclipse to cross the U.S. in decades swept across the country.

Skate Uruguay Chapter 2

Watch Wes Kremer, Madars Apse, Chris Pfanner and Carlos Iqui on a skate trip of a lifetime from Montevideo to the Atlantic coast of South America and back. The post Skate Uruguay Chapter 2 appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.

ProPublica Reporter Hosting Voter Fraud Q&A in the Hive Wed. @ 12pm

Jessica Huseman is a reporter at ProPublica covering national politics and civil rights. Prior to joining ProPublica, she was an education reporter at The Teacher Project and Slate. Her stories have been published in The Atlantic, the...Show More Summary

Did a Law Professor Claim the 2017 Solar Eclipse is ‘Racist’?

yesterdayHumor / odd : Snopes

Two conservative web sites grossly misrepresent the content of a lyric essay in the Atlantic magazine.

Politicized Eclipse: Atlantic Magazine Notes Racial Makeup Along Its Path

Today is the day of the Great American Eclipse. Those along its path of totality will (if the clouds permit) see an amazing sight that will never be forgotten by those watching. Your humble correspondent knows this because he was once...Show More Summary

Feds setting up designated habitat for endangered sturgeon

The federal government is designating critical habitat for the Atlantic sturgeon in a step regulators say will help the fish recover its population. The National Marine Fisheries Services says the … Click to Continue »

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