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.
Remember last winter, when clothing stores like H&M came under fire for slashing and throwing away clothes? And then they said they’d stop? Well, apparently, at least one apparel company hasn’t stopped yet, and the drawbacks are even deeper than just giving the clothes away.
A new United Nations report says that the best way to scale back on environmental damage is to eat less meat, since food production is such a huge contributor to dangerous emissions.
BP has successfully installed a cap over the gushing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. They’re not sure it’s going to work yet, but are hoping this might be the solution to stopping the leak.
Looks like 2010 has been a pretty good year so far for pro-life causes.
The oil spill keeps getting more ridiculous. Now they’re using robots. And talking to James Cameron, who apparently is an expert on environmental clean-up after Avatar.
This weekend, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras were hammered by Tropical Storm Agatha, which killed over 100 people and left many thousands homeless. The storm was also responsible for a massive sinkhole in Guatemala City.
BP is still trying to figure out a way to stop that little oil leak. Right now they’re pumping a bunch of mud into the hole to try to stop it up. And it actually seems to be working!
Columnist Danielle Mayfield considers the treatment of those who aren’t native English speakers and our acceptance of immigrants and refugees in light of the passing of immigration laws in Arizona.
Jarle Aarbakke Tollaksen recounts the first time he countered extreme poverty in Bolivia and how it affected his faith and how he sees the world now while working with Youth With a Mission.
BP is going to try (yet again) to stop the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. If you’re as confused as we are about this whole thing, you’re in luck: Bill Nye the Science Guy is here to explain it.