JAISAL NOOR: Welcome to The Real News Network. I’m Jaisal Noor in Baltimore. In Syria on Monday, UN chemical weapons inspectors met with and took samples from victims of apparent gas attack in the rebel-held suburbs of Damascus. But on the way, the UN team members say that a sniper attack then hit a vehicle
Rob McClendon: Well, the raising of the flag on Iwo Jima is certainly one of the most iconic images in American history, but also one that’s seen its fair share of controversy. The act of those fearless American soldiers scaling that mountain has been immortalized, but the question remains: Just who were those soldiers holding
Hi Jay. So your question is how widespread is it within NASA that scientists are convinced that human activity is responsible for climate change? And this is something that is important to say very, very clearly. I have known and worked with hundreds of earth scientists at many different locations in NASA, all of them,
– [Narrator] Climate change is going to be bad. We don’t know exactly how bad, but general estimates range from pretty bad to really, really bad. Depending on how you project the growth of carbon concentration in the atmosphere, average surface temperatures could climb five degrees Celsius or higher. This could lead to sea levels
I’m here today because I feel like it’s crucial that we act now because we’ve ruined the planet so much in this short amount of time … Like, in such a short amount of time and we don’t seem to be slowing down. And I want my grandchildren and great grandchildren to have the same
This environmental catastrophe bearing down on us I keep hearing that we’re killing the earth How dare you. You have stolen my dreams and my childhood But wait, I’ve been a consumer reporter for years, I’ve covered so many scares. Plague, famine, and perpetual war will kill us. We’re going to run out of oil.
UK weather forecast Britain faces 7c deep freeze as danger to life warnings in place the UK is braced for a deep freeze today with temperatures in parts of Scotland expected to plunge to minus 7 degrees Celsius 19.4 Fahrenheit while government danger to life warnings remain in place over possible flooding Britain has been