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Renowned Environmentalist Says U.S. Water Pollution Cleanup is Ineffective and Wasteful

Water pollution has long been a topic of debate throughout the U.S., and one environmentalist thinks that the billions of dollars being spent to combat it are being wasted on…

ITF Says Maritime Shipping Industry Must Cut Emissions

On Oct. 12, the International Transport Forum said they would like to see more regulations for maritime emissions enforced on a global scale. Their plan would see shipping cut carbon…

These Teen Girls Are Publishing Novels Like It’s NBD

This October brings with it two engaging new profiles of authors that give new meaning to the phrase “teen novels.” That’s because their science fiction and fantasy novels aren’t just…

Why Was This Christina Hendricks Clairol Commercial Banned From TV?

Why Was This Christina Hendricks Clairol Commercial Banned From TV?

In the United Kingdom, a Clairol hair color commercial starring Christina Hendricks has been pulled off the airwaves for deliberately misleading viewers. Hendricks has been nominated for six Emmy Awards…

American Red Cross Continues to Aid East Coast Residents in Protecting Themselves from Hurricane Joaquin

The East Coast of the United States recently experienced yet another major hurricane, but the American Red Cross continues to urge residents to take proper safety precautions, as the season…

How Segregation and Average Homeowner Age Influenced Atlanta’s Housing Market

If you’re young and looking for a new place to live, which U.S. city would be one of your top choices? For many Millennials today, Atlanta is right up there.…

Millennial Homeowners DO Exist, But They’re Moving Into Some Very Unexpected Cities

Many 20- and 30-somethings are now bravely entering the real estate markets, equipped with 4-year college degrees, full-time jobs, and a clear memory of what the 2008 Recession looked like…

Experts Offer Safety Recommendations on Flood Water in Wake of East Coast Storms

The recent storm conditions stemming from nearby hurricane activity on the eastern seaboard have already caused their fair share of damage. The first immediate impact is only part of the…

Atlanta Man Fired After Viral Selfie With Co-Worker’s Three-Year-Old Attracts Racist Comments

Each of Facebook’s 1.15 billion users has uploaded an average of 217 photos apiece, but it only takes one picture to become infamous. Just ask Gerod Roth, who lost his…

American Cities Consider Expensive Treatments to Quell Growing Concerns with Water Quality

You may think that little filter in the refrigerator is protecting you from harmful contaminants in your drinking water, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. According to the…