The New Yorker has a new bird-brained and hypocritical climate article which asks if climate change has "made it harder for people to care about conservation.” Quick answer: No! Why would they would publish such easily-debunked nonsense? The author is a guy named Jonathan Franzen.
The Food and Drug Administration will soon deliberate the merits of changing the health label on the Swedish Match of Stockholm’s brand of snus -- tiny teabag-like cloth packages that hold moist tobacco -- so that the company can say its product is safer than cigarettes without legal repercussions.
Students wronged by defunct for-profit college company Corinthian are on strike from their unpayable federal student loans, and the movement's rapid growth forced federal officials to meet with the radical protesters and promise further cooperation in the near future.