Just when we needed them most.
When life gives you heat, use it to bake some sweet treats -- right in your car. To make summer's grueling high temperatures
1. Be a Kid -- Sprinkle and Stretch Look at that photo of Charlie and Cuie. Take a few seconds to remember a time when you
Texas prison inmates spend much of their time locked in enclosed concrete and metal structures, where temperatures often exceed 100 degrees during the summer months.
But what is seared in my brain forever are the exhausted runners stumbling into the emergency tent on the verge of death
When our hearts are open forgiveness, joy and gratitude evolve simultaneously, each supporting and feeding the others. Rather than focusing on what might have been more, better or different, why not start being grateful for what you've chosen?
Cities tend to be warmer than surrounding areas due to the urban heat island effect, since buildings and pavement absorb
The Great Drought of 2012 has yet to come to an end, but we already know that its consequences will be severe. With more than one-half of America's counties designated as drought disaster areas, the 2012 harvest of corn and other food staples is guaranteed to fall far short of predictions.
This summer's conditions may indeed be perfect for fire in the Southwest and West, but if you think of it as a "storm," perfect or otherwise -- that is, sudden, violent, and temporary -- then you don't understand what's happening in this country or on this planet.
When speaking to the press about a water treatment emergency over the weekend, Christie, the ever blunt politician barked