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Pope Francis considering adding ecological sin to Catholic catechism

Environmentalism has taken on theological overtones for many people. The head of the Catholic Church is considering elevating it to a sin, the Daily Wire reported. Speaking at the 20th World Congress ...

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Media hypes Amazon fires as Brazil turns down help

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As wildfires spread across a small corner of the Amazon, the media may be misrepresenting their impact and size compared to other large fires. The government of Brazil, while struggling to contain ...

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Study: ‘Preppers’ don’t promote fears, the media does

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Doomsday preppers are famous for stockpiling food, medicine and other supplies in case of an apocalyptic scenario. The practice has long been painted by the media as a peculiar behavior only exhibited ...

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Dangerous lead levels slow work on Notre Dame

Clean-up work on Notre Dame Cathedral and its neighborhood is scheduled to resume today after government monitors indicated lead levels are at life-threatening levels and halted work on Monday. One of France’s ...

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Rainy winter and spring is saving the Sea of Galilee

For years, the Sea of Galilee has been shrinking. Then, this past winter delivered a pleasant surprise to the biblical lake. While this ancient body of water isn’t out of danger, a ...

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Second jury finds Roundup causes cancer

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A U.S. jury ruled on March 19 that agrochemical company Monsanto’s weed killer product, Roundup,  was a major contributing factor in causing cancer. It is the second such ruling. Shares in Bayer, the ...

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Israel in environmental race to save the Jordan River and Dead Sea

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Israel is racing to save the Jordan River from extinction. Experts say that the loss of water in rivers and lakes mentioned in the Bible, including the Dead Sea, the Sea of ...

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Supreme Court rejects legal challenge to border wall

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The Supreme Court summarily rejected a legal challenge from activists who claim that the Trump administration’s southern border wall runs afoul of environmental laws. The ruling clears an effort by Democrat and environmental ...

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Girl discovers how energy-efficient lighting can help homeless

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Last summer, Olivia Truesdale had a bright idea. The 13-year-old from Raytown decided to put her passion for both helping the homeless and helping the environment through an energy and lighting audit ...

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With closer ties, Egypt will now buy Israeli natural gas

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JERUSALEM, Israel – Egypt is poised to begin importing natural gas from Israel early in 2019. The $1.5 billion deal signed last February will hopefully benefit both countries. Between 2011 and 2014, ...

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Bad California environmental policy fueling wildfires

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As billowing smoke rises across California, attention is now being focused on liberal state government policies that are adding fuel to the fire. The Carr Fire, the most deadly of 17 different ...

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Missouri ‘bullseye’ in this year’s drought

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University of Missouri Extension climatologist Pat Guinan says 2012’s drought was far more devastating and widespread – from Utah to Ohio – but this year’s drought conditions are different. He calls Missouri ...

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Iran says Israel stealing its clouds

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Iran regularly accuses Israel of whacky things but the militant Iranian regime has outdone itself this time An Iranian military official is accusing Israel of teaming up with another nation to steal their ...

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Women unite Friday for World Day of Prayer

Around the world it is primarily women who are on the front lines in defending their families and villages from attacks against Christianity. Often it leads to the ultimate cost for themselves, ...

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