Anonymous took down 5,500 Twitter accounts that were connected to ISIS. A spokesperson for the group claims that Anonymous “might be better than any world government’s tools to combat ISIS online.”
New reports indicate that Monarch Butterfly populations are actually beginning to grow again.
As of last year, the U.S. military has been running special operations in 147 countries, which is about 75% of the entire planet.
Turing Pharmaceuticals’ CEO Martin Shkreli might have raised the price of Daraprim to a ridiculous amount, but the medication is not trademarked leaving the possibility to replicate the drug available. A competitor from San Diego has done just that and will be selling the medication for a much cheaper price.
SeaWorld has been under heavy scrutiny and criticism from many who say they mistreat their animals. After years of activism, the theme park has decided to ban the breeding of Orca’s in captivity. This is great progress!
In what’s being called a “major environmental concern,” Montreal, Canada has plans to dump the equivalent of 2,600 Olympic-sized swimming pools of wastewater into North America’s most beautiful river. There must be another solution!
California’s EPA has decided to label Monsanto’s RoundUp herbicide as a cancer-causing chemical dangerous to humans, animals, and the environment. For years, government environmental agencies have denied these chemicals were hazardous, but it looks like activists have helped sparked change.
Genetically modified crops, corn specifically, has created a pesticide resistant rootworm, which is mutating faster than ever before. It’s time the EPA ends the billions in subsidies that encourage the production of corn each year.