Jessica Wideen

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18 Best U.S. Summer Music Festivals: From Bonnaroo to EDC (PHOTOS)

Jean Trinh rounds up the best music festivals in the U.S., with artists like Beyoncé and Nine Inch Nails.<p>Julie Jacobson/AP, Brian Spady/Spady …

Nukes In My Backyard - No Big Deal

It’s final – nuclear power plants do not have any effect on cancer rates for those living near them. Period. So, do we have to keep proving this over and over?<p>A very complete and meticulous study by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) on populations living near three of Ontario’s nuclear …

Oklahoma Tornado Photos: Residents Capture Destruction From May 31 Storm

A deadly storm moved through Oklahoma Friday evening, producing several tornadoes and causing widespread flooding.<p>The storm flooded streets and interstates, leaving motorists stranded and officials advising against all travel in the Oklahoma City area. Some streets were flooded several feet deep, …

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Many Agree Bridges Are Unsafe, But Few Agree On Fixes

As you head out for summer vacation, ponder this: There's a 1 in 9 chance that the bridge you're crossing has been deemed structurally deficient or basically in bad shape by the federal government.<p>The collapse of the I-5 bridge in Washington last week has once again raised questions about the state …

Documenting America's Environments: Then And Now

In 1971, when the Environmental Protection Agency was in its early days, someone at the agency got the idea to send nearly 100 freelance photographers around America to document the country. These weren't postcard shots, but pictures of street corners, freight yards, parking lots, alleyways — …