Monthly Archives: September 2013

‘Both Sides’ Heard at Climate Change Panel

The global scientific authority on climate change released its fifth global assessment this month, finding that human-induced warming of the planet is “unequivocal” and warning that unless “substantial and sustained” reductions in greenhouse gases occur we will cross dangerous temperature …

UT-Arlington Remembers Kennedy Visit in Photos

November 22, 1963 became one of the darkest days in American history—and in Texas—when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated during his visit to Dallas. This November, the tragedy’s 50th anniversary, Americans will have opportunities to pay tribute to JFK …

“It Took Twenty Lives To Get Us To This Place.”

In the wake of a federal report released last week, U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced Wednesday new measures to address a trend of lethal beatings and shootings by Border Patrol agents in the last three years. Civil rights advocates …

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