Potential terrorism scenarios usually involve elaborate cyberattacks or smuggled nuclear weapons. But concern grows after an attack last year on an electric substation near San Jose that nearly knocked out Silicon Valley’s power supply.
An enormous boulder hurtled off a mountain and smashed into a tourist train in the French Alps on Saturday, derailing it on the mountainside and killing two passengers, officials said. Nine people were injured.
Now that the debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham is completed [“Bill Nye: Bible doesn’t tell Earth’s true history," Nation & World, Feb. 4], I find myself disturbed. I am not disturbed by the outcome and who won the debate, but rather due to Bill Nye’s inference based on
The National Republican Congressional Campaign bought up hundreds of URLs ahead of the 2014 election cycle and has created nearly 20 websites that seem to support Democratic candidates in all but the small print.