Patricia Mazzei and Chang W. Lee, New York Times Published 11:16 am CDT, Saturday, July 13, 2019 Crew fly a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration WP-3D Orion, nicknamed Kermit, through Tropical Storm Barry to collect data, over the Gulf of Mexico on July 11, 2019. Kermit and a twin plane, Miss Piggy, are sophisticated flying research labs that logged their first flights in the mid-1970s. (Chang W. Lee/The New York Times) less Crew fly a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration WP-3D Orion, nicknamed Kermit, through Tropical Storm Barry to collect data, over the Gulf of Mexico on July 11, 2019. Kermit and a twin plane, Miss ... more Photo: CHANG W. LEE, NYT Photo: CHANG W. LEE, NYT Image 1 of / 43 Caption Close Image 1 of 43 Crew fly a National Oceanic and … [Read more...] about Flying with the hurricane hunters into the heart of Barry
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | On Politics With Lisa Lerer: How Joe Biden’s Touching Resonated With Readers Advertisement Supported by ByLisa Lerer April 4, 2019 Hi. Welcome to On Politics, your guide to the day in national politics. I’m Lisa Lerer, your host. This week, hundreds of readers shared their reactions to the unfolding accusations against Joe Biden by women who said he had kissed or touched them in ways that made them uncomfortable. Many readers defended the former vice president as a product of a different time and questioned if the #MeToo movement had gone too far. Others insisted that making a woman feel uncomfortable has always been wrong. Since Lucy Flores, a former Nevada state assemblywoman, made public her accusations against Mr. Biden last Friday, multiple women have come forward, telling The … [Read more...] about On Politics With Lisa Lerer: How Joe Biden’s Touching Resonated With Readers
Chris Thomas Detroit Free Press Published 12:52 PM EST Jan 18, 2019 LANSING — Defensive end Kenny Willekes, the Big Ten defensive lineman of the year, will likely miss all of spring practice because of the broken left fibula he suffered in Michigan State’s Redbox Bowl loss to Oregon. MSU coach Mark Dantonio called the injury a “12-week deal” for the All-American. Willekes announced earlier this month he’s returning for his senior season at Michigan State in lieu of entering the NFL draft. Dantonio spoke at the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association (MHSFCA) Winner’s Circle Football Clinic on Friday morning. He discussed his program’s philosophies and sprinkled in a few tips and tricks for the hundreds of high school football coaches in attendance. A few of Dantonio’s assistants also were present in downtown Lansing, mingling among the crowd. Dantonio spoke just days after majorly reshuffling his offensive staff … [Read more...] about Michigan State’s Kenny Willekes to miss spring pracgtice
By ERIC LIPTON, STEVE EDER and JOHN BRANCH DEC. 26, 2018 In just two years, Trump has unleashed a regulatory rollback with little parallel in the past half-century. This Is Our Reality Now BAKERSFIELD, Calif. THOMPSONS, Tex. CHARLESTON, W.Va. FORT BERTHOLD, N.D. In California, where over a third of the nation’s vegetables and two-thirds of its fruits and nuts are grown, farm workers are being sickened by a pesticide that the Obama administration tried to ban. In the heart of West Virginia’s coal country, the state’s largest inland waterway is still being contaminated with hundreds of pounds of selenium, a pollutant that can wipe out aquatic life, as well as smaller amounts of arsenic and mercury. A coal-burning power plant in the suburban sprawl of Houston, one of the country’s fastest-growing metropolises, is getting a free pass to continue spewing harmful levels of sulfur dioxide into the air. Far to the north, on the Fort … [Read more...] about President Trump’s Retreat on the Environment Is Affecting Communities Across America
By Brandon Mercer Published 11:26 am PST, Friday, November 16, 2018 (l-r) Marcella Solis, 12, Alicia Pineda,12 and Efren Solis, 12, of Chico, walk through a makeshift evacuation center at Walmart in Chico handing out masks to people who need them following the Camp Fire that tore through Paradise last week in Chico, California, on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018. less (l-r) Marcella Solis, 12, Alicia Pineda,12 and Efren Solis, 12, of Chico, walk through a makeshift evacuation center at Walmart in Chico handing out masks to people who need them following the Camp Fire that ... more Photo: Gabrielle Lurie / The Chronicle Photo: Gabrielle Lurie / The Chronicle Image 1 of / 15 Caption Close Image 1 of 15 (l-r) Marcella Solis, 12, Alicia Pineda,12 and Efren Solis, 12, of Chico, walk … [Read more...] about N95, P100: What do all these mask numbers mean and how do I know it’s keeping me safe?