Environmental groups are suing the Port of Seattle over its decision to let Royal Dutch Shell base part of its Arctic drilling fleet here, arguing the port needed to allow more public involvement and violated two state laws.
The port last month signed a two-year lease with Foss Maritime, the company that will manage Shell’s drilling fleet here in Seattle at Terminal 5. That terminal has been empty since last summer because the port is planning to overhaul it to allow bigger cargo ships. So this is a temporary use to generate about $13 million.
The bus incident
Montgomery was segregated, which meant that black people couldn't use the dressing rooms at department stores or ride in the front of the bus.
In the past, the informal rule has been that whoever takes the time to dig out a parking space gets to keep it for 48 hours.
Recently, though, the dog has had an evolutionary transformation. There's now a State Fair Brand Funnel Cake Corn Dog, a turkey and pork hot dog wrapped in a sweet funnel cake batter.
Eva: Time to reinforce the roller coaster.
Peter: This is a travesty.
Current government guidelines advise adults to get the equivalent of at least 2 1/2 hours of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise or 75 minutes of higher-intensity exercise every week, plus some strength training.
For decades, aid organizations tried to improve the health of moms and babies in the Chhattisgarh. Little made a dent.
If you remember, an appeals court threw out their hate-crime convictions last summer saying the attacks were fueled by "interpersonal and intra-family disagreements, not the victims' religious beliefs."
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Tinder told NPR that U.S. users will pay $9.99 for Tinder Plus if they're under 30, and $19.99 per month if they're 30 and above. U.K.
Felitti, a specialist in preventive medicine, was trying out a new liquid diet treatment among patients at a Kaiser Permanente clinic. And it worked really well.
So, you've got your score. Now what?
First, remember that the ACE score isn't a crystal ball; it's just meant as guidance. It tells you about one type of risk factor among many.
The quokka had a flurry of fame early last year, when it was called "the happiest animal in the world," due to the natural (and photogenic) curl of its mouth and what seems to be a friendly nature.
Indeed, retailers and restaurants offer myriad opportunities to blow your food budget in one fell swoop.
But our spending on food — proportional to our income — has actually declined dramatically since 1960, according a chart recently published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
"It just demonstrates that he does not care what the world thinks, nor does he have any respect for wildlife," says Daniel Stiles, an animal conservationist who has investigated the poaching of elephants over the past 15 years and authored a 2011 report on the elephant meat and ivory trade for
Russia is once again threatening to cut off shipments of natural gas to Ukraine — and hinting that fuel supplies to Europe could be disrupted as well.
Energy ministers from Russia and Ukraine are holding emergency talks in Brussels mediated by the European Union.
It's an issue for the entire continent.
Police say two men told investigators that they built the tunnel for "personal reasons." Police verified their account, deemed there was no criminal intent or concerns about security, and closed the case.
According to The Associated Press, Police Constable Victor Kwong said tips from the public helped authori
This breakup is helping consumers on the rebound from recession.
Fresh evidence of the split came Monday in the Commerce Department's monthly report on personal spending, income and saving. It showed paychecks are fatter, prices are leaner and Americans are saving more.
"Personal income gains were up 0.3 percent for the second month in a row," Chris Christopher, an economist with IHS Global Insight, said in a written analysis.