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Toys ‘R’ Us Files For Bankruptcy

Toys ‘R’ Us Files For Bankruptcy

mag813 September 19, 2017 0

Toys ‘R’ Us Inc, the toy store giant with branches across the US, Canada, UK and Japan has filed for bankruptcy. In a so-called Chapter 11 filing, the 60-year-old retailer asked for bankruptcy protection

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Can Nature Help Defend Florida Against Future Natural Disasters?

Can Nature Help Defend Florida Against Future Natural Disasters?

mag813 September 19, 2017 0

The highest point in all of Florida is a hill that tops out at 345 feet above sea level, just south of the Alabama border. Much of the rest of the state lies far,

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Hurricane Maria Heads Toward Puerto Rico As A Major Storm

Hurricane Maria Heads Toward Puerto Rico As A Major Storm

mag813 September 18, 2017 0

Hurricane Maria, now a Category 3 storm, will hit the Leeward Islands on the edge of the Caribbean Sea on Monday night, forecasters say, threatening areas that are still coping with the devastation brought

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What Role Is Climate Change Playing In The Development Of Hurricanes?

What Role Is Climate Change Playing In The Development Of Hurricanes?

mag813 September 13, 2017 0

Hurricane Irma is hovering somewhere between being the most- and second-most powerful hurricane recorded in the Atlantic. It follows Harvey, which dumped trillions of gallons of water on South Texas. And now, Hurricane Jose

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Why Don’t We Bury Power Lines in the U.S.?

Why Don’t We Bury Power Lines in the U.S.?

mag813 September 13, 2017 0

More than once during a storm — as I’ve fretted over the contents of my freezer or my lack of access to Netflix — I’ve found myself asking: Why doesn’t the U.S. bury its

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Irma Tears A Deadly Path Of Destruction Through Parts Of The Caribbean

Irma Tears A Deadly Path Of Destruction Through Parts Of The Caribbean

mag813 September 7, 2017 0

France’s Interior minister says Hurricane Irma has killed at least eight people and left 23 injured on French Caribbean island territories. The Associated Press reports: Speaking on French radio France Info, Gerard Collomb said

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It’s Official, 1 in 3 American Adults Need To Lay Off The Snacks

It’s Official, 1 in 3 American Adults Need To Lay Off The Snacks

mag813 September 1, 2017 0

One-third of American adults and one in six children are now obese, although an annual report released Thursday by two nonprofit groups found that rates could be stabilizing. The report released by the Trust

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University of Tampa Fires Professor Who Called Hurricane Harvey ‘Karma’ for Texas

University of Tampa Fires Professor Who Called Hurricane Harvey ‘Karma’ for Texas

mag813 August 29, 2017 0

A University of Tampa professor was fired Tuesday after calling Hurricane Harvey “karma” for Texas voting Republican, the university said on Facebook. Kenneth Storey, a visiting assistant professor of sociology specializing in urban issues, tweeted,

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Most of The World Could Be 100% Powered With Renewables by 2050

Most of The World Could Be 100% Powered With Renewables by 2050

mag813 August 24, 2017 0

Almost three quarters of the world’s countries could be powered entirely by renewable energy sources by 2050 – if we want it badly enough, that is. That’s according to an ambitious new 2050 roadmap that calculates

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How Millennials Are Killing Businesses and Things We Love

How Millennials Are Killing Businesses and Things We Love

mag813 August 16, 2017 0

With smartphones in their hands and bloodlust in their hearts, millennials are dealing death blows to businesses, products, and even concepts right and left — at least, according to Twitter. According to analysis released Monday by Brandwatch, users have tweeted that

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