Jellyfish are blooming like crazy — clogging power plant ducts and beaches, and overwhelming some marine ecosystems. And it’s largely because of human impacts like overfishing, plastics pollution and warming oceans.
Last century, hundreds of thousands of garment jobs went overseas to lower-wage countries like Vietnam, Bangladesh and China where labor is far cheaper. But, thanks to technology, a new garment maker is bringing jobs back to an old textile town in Massachusetts.
They call themselves patriots. And they say they're part of a right-wing movement in Europe that's proud of their culture and traditions. However, leftists say, “They’re racists, but they say they’re not racists.”
A Pakistani asylum seeker was arrested a short time afterward — but on Tuesday police cast doubt on whether he was the truck's driver, and said the "dangerous criminal" behind the attack may still be at large.
Privatizing oil-rich Native land is not a priority for one of the country's only Native American members of Congress. Rep. Markwayne Mullin says a recent news article was way off base — but that doesn't mean there aren't significant changes in store for tribes under a Trump administration.
American journalist Glenn Greenwald has had a busy time, launching a new Brazil version of his website The Intercept and lambasting the media coverage of US election scandals, from his perch in Rio de Janeiro.
Ethane is one of the most useful gases to the petrochemicals industry. But it needs some extra processing before it can become polyethylene, the chemical used in plastics manufacturing — and that processing can cause harmful pollution.