Solutions

Nadia Prupis, staff writer
The Detroit skyline.
Detroit has finally set its sights on some of the real culprits of the city's financial crisis—the banks and for-profit companies that refuse to pay their share. The city on Wednesday said it issued demand letters to 1,543 private entities, both residential and commercial, to recoup more than $12 million in unpaid property taxes, which piled up...
Jon Queally, staff writer
'It’s not that global warming is like a world war. It is a world war. And we...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Colorado has 73,000 wells with tens of thousands more planned for drilling. (Image: Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission)
The government of Colorado has so far managed to quash efforts to halt the...

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It is all still going on in Aleppo. Omran Daqneesh, the stunned and bloodied five-year-old boy in the ambulance, survived. His 10-year-old brother Ali, buried longer in the rubble, has died; he was one of over 100 children of Aleppo killed just this month, and one of many thousands overall. Says one Syrian activist, "Ali is the suffering itself, that which Omran tried to convey to us." But there are ways to help, and there is, even now, extraordinary new life.