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The best explanation of race and climate change from Bill Nye the Science Guy

Somehow he manages to sum up the best argument against racism and climate change all in the same video. The last two minutes are the best.-NS

News Round-Up: Thursday, September 1, 2011

In today’s news, Libya’s rebel leadership outlines a new government; August marks the first month since 2003 where there have been no US casualties in Iraq; Rock the Vote is mentioned in a new Rolling Stone article on the “war on voting;” Facebook will launch a music component; and history repeats itself – an iPhone [...]

Hurricane Irene, in photographs

The Atlantic is featuring a collection of forty photographs taken over the weekend telling the story of Hurricane Irene.  Our thoughts go out to everyone affected by the storm – AN-H

News Round-Up: Monday, August 29, 2011

The East Coast is still feeling effects from Irene; the AP reports on the Afghan government damaging US peace talks with the Taliban; Obama has named a new economic adviser; and in a NY Times op-ed, John Lewis explains why new voting laws are a “poll tax.” In the entertainment world, Beyonce and Jay-Z are [...]

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