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Judge who green-lit raid at Trump's Mar-a-Lago home donated thousands to Obama
Bruce Reinhart, the federal judge who reportedly signed off on the raid of former President Trump's residence, previously donated thousands to former President Obama's campaign.

Green Lantern Series 'Very Much Alive' at HBO Max — Plus, a Status Report on the Streamer's Other DC Heroes
Batgirl may have been told to suddenly hang up her cowl, but HBO Max’s live-action Green Lantern series is still on track to fly high. In the wake of the recent WarnerBros Discovery shake-up — in ...

Myanmar tragedy exposes the dirty underbelly of 'green energy'
With a majority of the globe focusing on green energy and electric vehicles, there is a massive demand for rare metals for batteries, which has completely devasted Myanmar's ecosystem.

Where are the high-paying ‘green’ jobs? Often in the states fighting against them.
Solar and wind jobs pay roughly 21% above the U.S. median salary, and they tend to be created where fossil fuels have dominated, new research shows.

'The Sacrifice Zone': Myanmar bears cost of green energy
The birds no longer sing, and the herbs no longer grow. The fish no longer swim in rivers that have turned a murky brown. The animals do not roam, and the cows are sometimes found dead. The people in ...

Inflation Reduction Act’s $27 Billion in Green Funds Could Spur Private Investment
The Inflation Reduction Act includes money for green banks that help funnel funds into renewable projects, giving a boost to private lenders that can invest alongside them.

FDA approves splitting of monkeypox vaccine doses to stretch supply, green-lights shot for children
The announcement comes days after HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra declared a public health emergency over the globally circulating virus, once endemic only to Africa.

Scrub Hub: Green job opportunities expected to continue growing in Indiana
Job growth rose back to pre-pandemic levels in July and last year’s $1.2 billion federal investment in infrastructure jobs is setting the stage for a potential influx in green jobs for Hoosiers.

NFL says Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers' use of ayahuasca didn't violate drug policy
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' use of the hallucinogenic drink during an offseason retreat to Peru in 2020 isn't considered a violation of the NFL's drug policy, a league spokesman said Monday.

Forest Green Rovers v Leyton Orient
Live coverage of Tuesday's EFL Cup game between Forest Green Rovers and Leyton Orient.

China’s Cities Face Tough Choice: More Green Energy or Food
China’s plans to accelerate its world-leading expansion of solar and wind power are facing a major hurdle as floods, droughts and food-supply issues present authorities with a reality check about how ...

Pinnacle Bank to expand into Bowling Green
Pinnacle Bank has entered markets such as Atlanta, Huntsville, Birmingham and Washington in recent years — but its latest expansion is closer to home.