Wildfire Photographs Are Constant Reminders of Chaos

Wildfire Photographs Are Constant Reminders of Chaos

Douglas McCulloh was in San Diego for an art exhibit earlier this month when his phone erupted with texts about a wildfire back home in Los Angeles.It broke out that morning in the neighborhood of Riverside, amid the dry brush lining the Santa Ana River.

The Arctic Is Getting Greener. That's Bad News for All of Us

The Arctic Is Getting Greener. That's Bad News for All of Us

But as the world has warmed over the past few decades, satellites have been watching the Arctic get greener—with various levels of precision.A drone can get close enough to the ground to tell them which plants might be benefiting in a particular landscape as it warms.

Ryan Newman in serious condition after scary final lap crash at Daytona 500

Ryan Newman in serious condition after scary final lap crash at Daytona 500

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Denny Hamlin won the rain-delayed Daytona 500 Monday night, but his victory was overshadowed by a frightening last-lap crash that landed driver Ryan Newman in the hospital.NASCAR driver Ryan Newman in serious condition after fiery Daytona 500 crash














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Angry residents clash with protesters over highway blockade

Angry residents clash with protesters over highway blockade

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RCMP in Courtenay was called to an anti-pipeline protest after angry residents took exception to the blockade and began to dismantle it themselves.1 arrested as residents tear down anti-pipeline blockade on Vancouver Island














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Canadians describe quarantine experience on cruise ship off Japan

Canadians describe quarantine experience on cruise ship off Japan

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Mother and stepfather of child found dead alongside her father in Milton believe foul play involved









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2.8 million Ontarians live in places where cannabis retail is illegal









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New poll suggests Ontario teachers winning battle for public support









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Ford has ‘all the confidence in the world’ in Ontario health officials as 1st case of coronavirus reported

Ford has ‘all the confidence in the world’ in Ontario health officials as 1st case of coronavirus reported

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Balancing Brooms: It's Not About the Planets

Balancing Brooms: It's Not About the Planets

Not your dad's "mass times g" gravity, no the REAL stuff.Suppose I have two objects, mass 1 and mass 2 that are separated by a distance r(as measured from the centers of the objects).

Police investigating after car drives through Wet’suwet’en protesters in Regina

Police investigating after car drives through Wet’suwet’en protesters in Regina

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Supreme Court of Canada rejects B.C.’s appeal of Trans Mountain Pipeline

Supreme Court of Canada rejects B.C.’s appeal of Trans Mountain Pipeline

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Nova Scotia man dies at all-inclusive resort in Dominican Republic

Nova Scotia man dies at all-inclusive resort in Dominican Republic

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Tourist deaths threaten Dominican Republic’s reputation

Donnie says security staff at the resort believe he fell down the stairs.

Built in just 10 days, coronavirus hospital in China accepts first patients - National

Built in just 10 days, coronavirus hospital in China accepts first patients - National

The first patients arrived Monday at a 1,000-bed hospital built in 10 days as part of China’s sweeping efforts to fight a new virus that is causing global alarm.1:41
Novel coronavirus outbreak: Fear and racism impact Canadian businesses






Novel coronavirus outbreak: Fear and racism impact Canadian businesses

The state newspaper Beijing Daily applauded construction workers and suppliers who cut short their Lunar New Year holiday.

The US Space Force Has a Rough Launch on the Internet

The US Space Force Has a Rough Launch on the Internet

”Donald Trump’s warm embrace of Space Force had already elevated a years-long, relatively low-level policy debate to meme status.Replies to the tweet quickly filled up with jokes and GIFs mocking how the uniforms wouldn’t help Space Force do battle in outer space.