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Widespread Damage And Casualties After Tornadoes Rip Through Arkansas
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17 Dead After Tornadoes Tear Through Plains States

A series of tornadoes ripped across Arkansas, Oklahoma and Iowa on Sunday, killing at least 17 people and destroying multiple homes, vehicles and businesses.

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This Reporter Is About to Get Up Close and Personal With a Chemical Spill

It's never a good thing when the media become the story instead of merely reporting it.

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Shocking New Japan Tsunami Footage Released

A shocking new Japanese Tsunami video has turned up, and was recently posted on YouTube.  This video shows the size and enormity of this tragedy in a way that hasn't been seen before.  The water really begins to flow at the 3min mark of the video.  The scope and power of this tsunami is unbelievable.

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Louisiana Town Swallowed By Sinkhole [VIDEO]

While there have been incidents with sinkholes swallowing a car or even a house, the unfortunate town of Bayou Corne in Louisiana is vanishing.

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A ground squirrel in Florida was infected with the bacteria that causes the plague.
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Ground Squirrel in California Tests Positive for Plague, Forces Closure of Campgrounds in Los Angeles

A dead squirrel found in Los Angeles County tested positive for bubonic plague, forcing the closure of all nearby campgrounds.

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‘Finding Nemo’ Fish Could Be Listed as Endangered

The Center for Biological Diversity has started a petition to get the orange clownfish, who was popularized as Nemo in Pixar's hit movie 'Finding Nemo,' and seven other species of damselfish to be classified as an endangered species.

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via Flickr/NASA Goddard Photo and Video
via Flickr/NASA Goddard Photo and Video
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Tropical Storm Ernesto Crossing the Caribbean

We knew it couldn't last.  We went two full months into hurricane season without a tropical storm anywhere near Texas or Louisiana, but we may not be able to feel safe for much longer.  There's now a storm "out there" that could very well come our way and cause major problems.

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Update: Keystone XL Pipeline Gets Key Permits

The Houston Chronicle reports that TransCanada has received the last of three key permits from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to start building the 485-mile Gulf Coast section of its controversial Keystone XL pipeline. The company says this means the $2.3 billion oil pipeline can start construction in the “coming weeks.”

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