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May 24, 2015

When You Drill, You Spill


Oil companies and elected officials pledge to protect our coastline with more safety measures, yet promote exposing more of our prized beaches to the risks of oil and gas extraction.

Neighborhood Rallies Together To Save Beloved Homeless Man

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U.S. Suffers Egg Shortage In Wake Of Avian Flu Outbreak

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Rescue Efforts Continue For Oil-Soaked Wildlife After California Spill (PHOTOS)

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California Oil Spill Prosecutors Eye Criminal Charges For Company


Rhino Is Surviving Horrific Attack With One Heck Of A Fighting Spirit

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An Incredible Photo Series Captures The Cambodians Who Remove Unexploded Bombs

Charles Fox

Atlantic Editor Wonders If Maybe Immigration Has Something To Do With California's Water Crisis


WATCH: Alligator Takes On Truck -- And Wins

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Dolphin Undergoes Breakthrough Surgery In Vancouver

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Blind Pooch Gets Help Moving Around From Two Loving Pups

Jessica VanHusen

California Water Board Approves Voluntary Cutback Program By Growers

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Major Oil Spill Could Cost Vancouver $1.2 Billion

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Walmart Asks Meat Producers To Treat Their Animals Better

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Sorry Jeb Bush, It's Not 'Arrogant' To Say Climate Change Is Real. It's True.

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Halo Around Sun Dazzles Mexico City


France Wants To Forbid Supermarkets To Destroy Unsold Food


Devastating Photos Show How An Oil Spill Consumed Santa Barbara's Coastline


This Aging Oil Pipeline Is In Great Lakes' 'Worst Possible Place' For A Spill

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Santa Barbara Spill Revives Outcry Against Coastal Drilling

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Cleanup Of Oil Spill Along California Beach Could Take Months


Ducks In England Get Their Own Walking Lanes So Humans Don't Ruffle Their Feathers

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One Midwestern City Is Fixing Its Public Transit Without Hiking Fares

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This Woman Takes Photographs Of Your Older Pet So You Have Time To Say Goodbye

Kristin Zabawa

Meet An Artistic Fish And The 'Chicken From Hell': The 10 Coolest New Species Of The Year

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The Number 1 Beach In The US Is...

Great White Emerges From Murk, Swims Straight At Terrified Diver

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Texan Pays $350,000 To Kill Endangered Black Rhino