| May 10, 2011
| 11:45 AM
Full page ads ran today in The Washington Post, CQ and Roll Call urging President Obama to give the federal government a more active role in protecting the Everglades, citing the failure of the state of Florida to do so.
“Our water supply...
| May 27, 2011
| 9:02 AM
The Atlantic bluefin tuna, a fabled sport fish that has sustained a sharp decline to serve the sushi restaurants of Osaka and Tokyo, was rejected Friday for a place on the endangered species list.
Once sought after by Ernest Hemingway, Zane Grey and...
| Apr 18, 2011
| 2:10 PM
The Turkey Point nuclear plant will be the target of a demonstration April 30, as activists gather to oppose Florida Power & Light’s plans for two new reactors.
The Clean Energy Coalition – South Florida, an assembly of environmental groups...
| Oct 25, 2012
It's not implausible that the outcome in Florida's U.S. Senate race this year could determine whether the winner in the presidential election is working with a Democratic or Republican Senate.
Yet for a contest so crucial, the Sunshine State's Senate...
| Sep 14, 2012
| 12:59 PM
A news reporter and anchor, Sheldon also produces and hosts Sheldon Fox WGNO's "Wheel of Justice" segments, most-wanted stories that air Mondays and Wednesdays and aim to help capture accused at-large criminals across the New Orleans metro area and...
| Sep 25, 2011
| 3:00 AM
The Housing Authority of Baltimore City's strategy to spend millions on outside lawyers to avoid liability for lead paint poisoning its tenants suffered, and then to refuse to pay judgments in the cases it loses, is an utter disgrace. The fact that a...
| Oct 18, 2011
| 2:55 PM
It’s not exactly Occupy Wall Street, but…
Several organizations organized protests to coincide Gov. Bob McDonnell’s second annual energy conference in Richmond.
Members of the Virginia chapter of the Sierra Club walked outside the...
| Nov 3, 2011
| 4:00 AM
They are whimsical symbols of the beach, appearing on key chains, murals, logos and postcards. They form inseparable, monogamous couples. And they are hauled from the sea in nets, ground into powder for traditional Chinese medicine and dried for sale in...
| Nov 14, 2011
| 8:16 PM
NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Mark and Glenda Dodd of Panama City Beach, Florida, could have booked a Mexico-bound cruise out of Miami, but on Monday they stood among hundreds of other passengers lining up to board the Carnival Cruise Line ship Elation in New...
| Sep 12, 2011
| 1:06 PM
A Virginia Institute of Marine Science professor is among a nationwide team of scientists that received $12 million to study how the Gulf of Mexico oil spill has affected marine life.
Professor Robert J. Diaz will use his share of the money — $190,...
| Mar 9, 2011
| 5:13 PM
"It has become conventional wisdom that the BP-funded response to the spill was a chaotic and mismanaged affair, driven by corporate avarice, lacking in urgency, and at times willfully negligent of the problem's scope … The evidence for this is...