He wants to fight fire with firepower. An Air Force staff officer says firefighters battling blazes in California and Colorado should take a page from Sweden’s playbook and drop bombs on the conflagrations to extinguish them.
Chinese consumers are outraged and panicked by revelations that two drugmakers sold ineffective vaccines.
It’s that time of week again: Another report by a particularly histrionic tabloid hints that the Yellowstone supervolcano is about to erupt.
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When people think of Rick and Morty fans, they tend to imagine internet edgelords with "well actually" tattooed on their foreheads.
It’s more than a follow-up to the Surface 3.
Despite recent panic surrounding the potential reversal of our planet’s magnetic poles, new evidence suggests it’s probably not the impending doom it sounds like.
The White House still doesn’t have an official scientific advisor. Still. However, it sounds like Trump remains on the lookout for one. Back in March, during their third ever meet-up, Trump asked Bill Gates whether he would be interested in a new job as his scientific advisor.
“There’s not a lot of words to capture a gradual, slow-developing disaster like this.”