Climate change destroys Iraq and palm trees make way for the desert | Climate Crisis News

Basra, Iraq – Southern Iraq was once known as the “Black Land” – vast expanses of palm trees that obscured everything else, providing food, shelter and shade. But palm trees, as well as fruit trees and vegetable farms, have now mostly disappeared in and around the southern port city of Basra. Instead, it acquired real … Read more

43 years after the horror of Flight 191, siblings reunite with writers

By Bert Constable bconstable@dailyherald.com On Wednesday’s remembrance of the tragedy that killed their parents, siblings Melody Smith, Kim Jockle and Jim Purchers make their annual pilgrimage to the Flight 191 Memorial Wall in Lake Park in Des Plaines. The worst aviation accident in U.S. history, on May 25, 1979, killed 273 people, including Bill and … Read more

Chappelle ‘forward’ says he was inspired by Will Smith’s slap

Los Angeles – wannabe rapper Arrested for dealing with Dave Chappelle He claimed on stage that he was inspired to attack the funny man Will Smith Academy Awards slap for Chris Rock. Isaiah Lee, 23 years old Sit for another prison interview With The Post Monday at Twin Towers Correctional Facility in downtown Los Angeles … Read more

Isaiah Lee says he “raised” Dave Chappelle’s jokes

Los Angeles man Accused of attacking Dave Chappelle He said he “sparked” the comedian’s jokes about the LGBTQ community and homelessness — insisting he never wanted to hurt the funny guy. In an exclusive prison interview, Isaiah Lee told The Post that Chappelle must be more “sensitive” when it comes to the jokes he breaks. … Read more

Child serial killer Kathleen Fulbig indictment investigated

CANBERRA, Australia – Australia’s attorney general on Wednesday refused to pardon a mother convicted nearly 20 years ago of strangling her four children to death, instead ordering a new investigation into whether there was a medical explanation for the tragedies. This will be the second investigation in three years into the scientific evidence that all … Read more

‘Renewable energy superpower’: Australia votes for climate action | Climate Crisis News

The choice of politicians vying to tackle climate change is a notable shift for Australia, one of the largest per capita carbon emitters and top exporters of coal and gas. Australia’s election has brought a wave of Greens and independents pushing for tough targets to cut carbon emissions. The election result, with the pivotal role … Read more

Hugh McDevitt, whose work revealed genetic controls of the immune system, dies at 91 | News Center

Hugh McDevitt, MD, Professor Emeritus of Microbiology and Immunology at Stanford College of Medicine Who revealed genetic controls for the immune system, died April 28 in Stanford, California, from pneumonia and sepsis. He was 91 years old. McDevitt was a dynamic leader and a pillar Department of Microbiology and ImmunologyAccording to his colleagues, who added … Read more

PGA Championship 2022: Revised pairs and tee times for Saturday’s third round at Southern Hills | golf news

Will Xalatores heads into the weekend with a one-shot advantage, with Justin Thomas behind by three and Rory McIlroy by five. Tiger Woods kicks off his third round with three runs – watch it live on Saturday from 2pm on Sky Sports Golf Last update: 05/21/22 1:56 PM Please use Chrome browser for an accessible … Read more