New Climate Study Has The Media Talking Seriously About 'The Day After Tomorrow'

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch

Slate Says ‘The Day After Tomorrow Might Kinda, Sorta Come True’

NASA Pokes A Hole In Another Global Warming Theory

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch

Excuses, excuses

Report: Global Warming 'Pause' Could Last Another 10 Years

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch

But still panic, of course

Mr. Colbert Comes to Washington - TheDC

Politics | Jonathan Strong

The Comedy Central host is testifying in front of Congress

Hurricane Danielle moves north, aims east of Bermuda - Bloomberg

US | Paul Conner (admin)

Maximum sustained winds were 110 miles (176 kilometers) per hour and little change is expected during the next 24 hours

Hurricane Katrina's legacy of health concerns - FOX News

US | Jeff Winkler (admin)

A study released this week linked the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history with a high incidence of anxiety in Gulf Coast-area children displaced by the hurricane

Protecting victims from the lawyers in the Gulf oil spill

Opinion | Bob Dorigo Jones

Sure, changes are needed in our legal system, but we have to be careful to protect victims. Sometimes, we even need to protect victims from the lawyers who are supposed to be helping them

Past time for answers

Opinion | Frank Corder

Having experienced the fury of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and the subsequent difficulty of many in South Mississippi and Louisiana in handling their insurance claims, this scenario must be at the forefront of the minds of FEMA, state emergency managers, BP, the state Insurance Commissioners, NFIP administrators and of course, the insurance industry

Gulf spill may cause mental harm - TheDC

US | Caroline May

Louisiana health officials are warning of the possibility that the BP Gulf oil spill will have a negative impact on mental health in the region

Tropical Storm Alex could hit the Gulf oil spill area - AP

US | Pat McMahon

Many are concerned about what might happen to relief efforts if the cleanup ships need to leave the well

BP's gulf oil leak: environmental and economic consequences

Opinion | Dr. James Tindall

The leak, continuing to spew with no end in sight due to haphazard solutions, could eventually affect 15-20 percent of the U.S. economy and spark significant foreign relations problems. A partial containment will not circumvent nor mitigate the impending cascading failures, even if the leak were stopped today!

Find the solution, not the criminals

Opinion | Stephen Richer

The Gulf situation is a disaster and a true tragedy. But initiating a criminal probe right now will only make things worse.

A local Gulf gusher perspective

Opinion | Frank Corder

Many around the country join us on the Gulf Coast in our frustration over how this disaster has been handled by the responsible party, BP. Please know that we appreciate your thoughts and prayers; however boycotting your local gas station is not the answer nor does it adequately show your ire

Lobster ban urged for south of Cape - Boston Globe

US | interns

Biologists are recommending a 5-year ban on catching lobsters south of Cape Cod down to Virginia to allow the stock to bounce back

TIMELINE: Obama golfs while Gulf burns - The Daily Caller

Politics | Mike Riggs

The president is visiting the affected areas 38 days after the Deepwater burst into flames. Here’s a timeline juxtaposing the tragedy in the Gulf and the president’s golf games

Fierce hurricane season predicted - USA TODAY

US | interns

Forecasters expect between 14-23 named storms during an ‘extremely active’ year