In her last weeks working the freight shift at the local J.C. Penney store, Alexandra Orozco took out her phone and hit record. The 22-year-old shot videos as she and her co-workers slid down a metal shoot (technically meant for empty boxes) in the store room, their heads falling back […]
What will life be like after the coronavirus pandemic ends?
As 2020 blessedly clangs to a close, it’s tempting to wonder where we’re headed once the pandemic is history. In the spirit of year-end curiosity about COVID-19’s possible long-term effects, Science News posed this question to a few scholars: What major social changes do you see coming after the pandemic? […]
‘MoDot’ era ends at Circa
MoDot is now NoDot. The misplaced panel on the Circa hotel tower’s 30th floor has been corrected. That work was finished at about 6 p.m. Friday. MoDot was a well-known design flaw, social-media posting subject and conversation piece on Circa’s east-facing hotel tower. The paneling error was discovered in July […]
Overnight Energy: Interior ends endangered species protections for gray wolves | Top Interior official retaliated against whistleblower, watchdog says | EPA limits enforcement of pesticide application boundaries
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