Jake Johnson, staff writer
Derrick Davis, a member of West Virginia New Jobs Coalition, hangs up signage during a community gathering and job fair on April 8, 2021 in Charleston, West Virginia.
"Millions of people are out of work, and the unemployment rate is rising. The real risk isn't doing too much—it's doing too little."
Brett Wilkins, staff writer
A gas flare is seen at an oil well site on July 26, 2013 outside Williston, North Dakota. Gas flares are created when excess flammable gases are released by pressure release valves during the drilling for oil and natural gas. (Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
"Reducing human-caused methane emissions is one of the most cost-effective...
Kenny Stancil, staff writer
A demonstrator holds a banner that reads "The IMF's abuse destroys Argentina" during a protest against the International Monetary Fund on February 12, 2020 in Buenos Aires. (Photo: Patrick Haar via Getty Images)
"Poor countries are developing rich countries, not the other way around."


What else would you expect these convulsive days. This weekend, a massive out-of-control Chinese rocket is hurtling back to Earth while much of the world wonders, with a mix of anxiety and sheesh-what-next resignation, just where it will land and if they'll be under it. Amidst the apocalyptic bingo card gags and forecasts - Partly cloudy with a chance of rocket - many have proposed, in the name of karma, the perfect, poetic landing site. Oh please.

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