North Carolina high schooler and his girlfriend face legal proceedings over selfies as both the adult perpetrators and minor victims A teenage boy in North Carolina has been prosecuted for having nude
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Scientists in Argentina may have just the answer to combat global warming. With cows being responsible for up to 25 percent of the methane gas released in the US each year, a group of scientists at Argentina's
World leaders and Jewish groups condemned a leaflet handed out in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk in which Jews were told to "register" with the pro-Russian militants who have taken over a government
Every other week, Anna Hezel talks about the innovations, decorations, and other quiet touches that make a party memorable. Today: Bring the spirit of Spring Break to your next party with DIY drink umbrellas.
This week, an independent team testing water quality at homes in West Virginia released some results, and met with residents. They found that small amounts of coal-cleaning chemical are still present residents'
What if William Shakespeare's plays faced off in a tournament, like basketball squads spewing Elizabethan verse? That's the idea behind a bracket that pits 32 of the bard's plays against each another,
State officials in West Virginia say that in most areas, they can no longer detect any of the industrial chemical MCHM that spilled into the water supply recently. They say the water is safe for people
W.Va. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin addressed ongoing concerns in parts of his state on Monday, telling residents "it's your decision" to use the water or not. "If you do not feel comfortable drinking or cooking
The smell lingers – the slightly sweet, slightly bitter odour of a chemical that contaminated the water supply of West Virginia's capital more than a week ago. It creeps out of faucets and shower heads.
By Kevin Murphy Jan 18 (Reuters) - West Virginia authorities on Saturday completely lifted a 10-day-old ban on the use of tap water that was imposed after a chemical spill contaminated drinking water,
Every other week, Anna Hezel talks about the innovations, decorations, and other quiet touches that make a party memorable. This week: The most charming way to greet your winter guests? An outdoor party
Spill in the Elk River brings a "do not drink" advisory. 3 Minute Read Nearly 200,000 people in West Virginia have been told not to drink, cook, or shower with the water from their faucets, after a large-scale
Scant data are available on the coal industry chemical. 4 Minute Read Although the tap-water ban was lifted in the wake of West Virginia's Elk River chemical leak, the long-term ecological impacts of spill