Based on a study by the National Center for Atmospheric Research, this Photoshopped version of the Earth shows how far the oil spill might spread.
A worker on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig is claiming he told BP about a faulty piece of safety equipment weeks before the rig explosion that has led to the largest oil spill in U.S. history.
Please don’t feed our bums stickers being put in Ocean Beach, CA, storefronts.
Researchers have discovered a significant link between deforestation and malaria in tropical climates.
BP has pledged to set aside $20 billion to pay damage claims filed by people who will be harmed (physically or financially) from the oil spill.
Columnist Levi Rogers writes about the prevalence of street youth in Portland and how we are really no different from any of them.
Tone Hoeft writes about our constant desire for more and the need for intentional living.
Here’s a really interesting article about health care in Rwanda. Health care is available to almost every Rwandan for $2/year, through a combination of lack of services offered and external subsidies.
Jonathan Merritt writes an op-ed for RELEVANT about the Christian response to the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
This report about child soldiers is really sad and disturbing. It’s long been known that Somali rebels will kidnap children and force them to fight, but apparently the government—which is armed and supported by foreign governments, including the United States—is using child soldiers too.
According to new studies from scientists, the flow of oil from the ruptured BP oil well may have been twice what was initially estimated.
15 years ago, the two children of a woman named Prince Sagala were abducted by Sagala’s then-husband and taken to Mexico. She miraculously located them on Facebook
The BP oil spill is already infamous as the worst oil disaster in U.S. history. Well, now you can use Google Maps to track the spread of the spill.
Columnist Jeff Goins writes about the need to answer the call to justice in the right way and how to not lose yourself in the process.
So it looks like the oil spill is going to take years and it’s going to take several months before a reserve well (that will actually fully stop the leak) will be in place.