If there is a God, she's surely bewildered by the apparent determination of the human race to ignore the deafening wake-up call she's recently sent our way.
'Deep Spill 2' sounds like a sequel to a Hollywood thriller. Unfortunately, it is more of a reality show. It's the name of an ambitious series of scientific experiments that should be happening now.
When Rick Salutin studied religion as a student, it was widely felt that almost all cultures had seen a continuity between the divine realm and the natural one. How does this apply to the oil spill?
Tens of thousands of progressive activists are converging on Detroit this week for the U.S. Social Forum to envision a better future.
I Read The News Today, Oh Boy!
Something ugly is sticking to things, some of it is mud on the face of Harper for his billion dollar security tab, plus BP, shockingly, doesn't seem to be getting out the full story, and more.
"There's a dead dolphin on this beach," Mother Jones' Mac McClelland, wrote yesterday in Louisiana. It's one snapshot of the harm visited on the Gulf Coast by the BP oil spill.
Tankers holding three times as much oil as the Exxon Valdez are travelling through Vancouver's harbour twice a week, taking tarsands oil off for export.
For those of us who live far away from the Gulf of Mexico, the oily videos and doomsaying headlines are getting to be a bit wearying and are drifting to the back of the news.
A cap placed over a severed pipe is siphoning some oil from the broken BP well in the Gulf Coast, the company said today.
President Barack Obama is in Louisiana today, and BP is saying it will know in 48 hours if its attempt to "top kill" the leaking oil well in the Gulf Coast has worked