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Three Myths Pushed by Polluters to Avoid Improving Air Quality

Just days ago, the National Association of Manufacturers, an organization representing factories and other major polluters, launched a multimillion dollar TV ad campaign aimed at keeping the EPA from strengthening federal health protections from ozone pollution. Show More Summary

Get Professional Assistance to Claim Flight Delay Compensation in EU

The European Nation (EU) is one of the busiest air-traffic passenger carriers in the world. Most of the time flight delays are common at airports in EU. There are air

Indian Police Arrest Airline Staff for Attempting to Traffic Nepal Quake Victims

Two employees of the national carrier Air India have been arrested in connection with the operation

The Air In California's National Parks Can Be As Bad As L.A.'s

Ironically, poor air at least makes for spectacular sunsets. [ more › ]

These National Parks Got an "F" in Air Pollution

It's late summer, and Americans are flocking to the country's national parks for some recreation and fresh air. But a study released this week by the National Parks Conservation Association found that air in some of the country's most popular parks is not so fresh—and it's potentially hazardous. Show More Summary

Canada to Buy Israeli Iron Dome Technology - National Defense Department

Canadian Department of National Defense announced that country will acquire radar technology similar to Israel’s Iron Dome Air Defense System to be delivered as early as 2017 to boost the country’s defense capabilities.

An 'F' in air quality: California national parks top the list for worst pollution

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Laura Doughty didn't expect the smog she associates with Las Vegas summers to follow her on vacation.

An 'F' in air quality: California national parks top the list for worst pollution

Millions of vacationers escape to national parks each summer to take in the fresh air and scenic vistas.

Fear of flight disruptions hits Republic Air stock

Pilot shortage, labor standoff slam operator of regional flights for some of the nation's biggest airlines

Upcoming Plein Air Painting Workshop at Acadia Workshop Center

Each year in early October, I look forward to spending time on Mount Desert Island, home to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Fall is a beautiful time to visit that area, and it's a great time to be painting there, too! Nature puts...Show More Summary

With short swing, Nationals’ Robinson seeks lengthy stay

Hours before most games, Clint Robinson stands in front of his locker with his batting gloves on and a bat in hand, getting a feel for it. He chops it through the air with a quick flick of his wrists, staring at the bat all the while, rarely taking full swings, which in his case would not involve much more effort anyway.Read full article >>

Tougher Air Pollution Targets In EU Could Save €40 Billion In Air Pollution Costs

Tougher national caps on the emissions of common air pollutants may soon be headed to the European Union, following the approval of European Commission proposals by the Environment Committee (ENVI) of the European Parliament. The new...Show More Summary

The Nationals: FPV Drone Racing Goes Big-League

The first-ever drone-racing national championships brought the best FPV pilots to the air. Read more on MAKE The post The Nationals: FPV Drone Racing Goes Big-League appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.

Bison Flips Woman Taking Selfie at Yellowstone

A bison flipped a Mississippi woman in the air after she turned her back to the animal and took a selfie at Yellowstone National Park. The 43-year-old woman was shooting the photo at Fairy Falls trailhead outside Old Faithful around six yards away from the bison. Show More Summary

Cheaper fuel helps Southwest, United report record quarterly profit

In a sign that the good times are not over for the airline industry, two of the nation's largest carriers reported record quarterly profits Thursday, thanks partly to lower fuel costs and growing demand for air travel.

Jose Antonio Vargas: White People Is for White People

The one-minute trailer for Jose Antonio Vargas’s White People — set to air on MTV Wednesday at 8 p.m. — has already drawn ire from the right. “No one has seen this film yet,” said National Review editor Rich Lowry. “But I think we can agree that it will be as stupid... More »

Fantastic: Black Progressive Racists Really Pissed Off at White Progressives (Who Are Also, As Most Progressives Are, Racist)

Via Hot Air. Black protesters, who were determined to let the world know that black lives matter and not a single life of any other race matters, turned Netroots Nation into what many are calling a "disaster." Dave Wiegel reports...

S-300 Defense System Excluded From UNSC Resolution on Iran

The S-300 air defense system is not subject to the United Nations Security Council resolution, said Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Abbas Araqchi on Wednesday.

FedEx agrees to buy 3 million gallons of biofuel a year

The world's largest air cargo company and the nation's largest domestic carrier may soon fly on biofuel made from dead trees, bark, branches and leaves.

‘Dance Moms’ Drama: Abby Sets The Bar High As Preparation For Nationals Progresses [Spoilers]

A new episode of Dance Moms airs Tuesday night on Lifetime and Abby Lee Miller and her dancers are getting ready for Nationals. There will be more drama coming in this one with the Candy Apples and fans should brace themselves for a big decision from Kira and Kalani about their future with the ALDC. Show More Summary

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