- An interstellar visitor could be lighting up for astronomers in time for the holidays
- Violence in Iraq isn't stopping Canada's training mission there, says general
- CRA loses box of 'sensitive' taxpayer information in truck accident
- J.J. Abrams shows off Star Wars clip inside Fortnite, and now lightsabers are in the game
- No matter how Watchmen ends, it’s already done more than enough
At least 945 toxic waste sites across the country face escalating risks from rising seas, more intense inland flooding, voracious forest fires and other climate-fueled disasters, according to a new study from a congressional watchdog agency.Washington Post coverage of climate and environment-related issues.
Powered by WPeMatico