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Mercury and Jupiter at Odds Mar. 15, 2019

Horoscopes by Holiday

On a good day, Mercury retrograde in the empathetic realm of Pisces indicates the sort of misunderst... Read More

Drilling Opposition Has a Purple Hue Nov. 21, 2018

Daily Editorials

The U.S. Interior Department has already proposed undermining regulations adopted in the aftermath o... Read More

Improve Forecasts Before 2019 Hurricane Season Nov. 16, 2018

Daily Editorials

We depend on accurate, timely weather forecasts to let us know when inclement weather is expected or... Read More

Pluto Makes a Point Sep. 11, 2018

Horoscopes by Holiday

Memory — not just your memory but the very concept of memory — is unreliable. Recollecti... Read More

Keep Fighting Toxic Tides Aug. 24, 2018

Daily Editorials

As the blooms fade, so do the negative environmental and economic impacts that generated public outc... Read More

Keep Working to Preserve Species Aug. 06, 2018

Daily Editorials

Florida residents experience the impact of the Endangered Species Act all around them: The sea turtl... Read More

LYNDA HIRSCH ON TELEVISION -- SUMMARIES Jun. 23, 2018

Lynda Hirsch on Television

"THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS": Cane flips out when Jack says he wants to dig up Phillip Chancellor's ... Read More

China's Belt and Road Initiative, Camouflaged in Silk May. 30, 2018

Austin Bay

Think of it as a revived Silk Road, Chinese President Xi Jinping said in 2013 when he announced Chin... Read More

Offshore Well Rules Should Be Made Law May. 04, 2018

Daily Editorials

Eight years ago this month, a disaster of epic proportions began to unfold in the Gulf of Mexico. A... Read More

The Indo-Pacific Quad Confronts China Apr. 11, 2018

Austin Bay

U.S. Pacific Command still calls itself PACOM, but it appears INDO-PACOM — India-Pacific Comma... Read More

Disputing China's Spurious Territorial Claims in the South China Sea Jan. 24, 2018

Austin Bay

On January 22, Chinese government media angrily accused the U.S. of "wantonly provoking trouble" in ... Read More

A Welcome Reversal on Drilling Jan. 12, 2018

Daily Editorials

President Donald Trump's decision Tuesday to reverse course and reinstate the ban on oil and natural... Read More

New Climate Change Report Likely to be Ignored Aug. 21, 2017

Daily Editorials

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration officially confirmed last week that 2016 was the... Read More

Shades of Gray Aug. 10, 2017

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

"The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the s... Read More

Floating A Diplomatic Solution In The South China Sea Aug. 09, 2017

Austin Bay

Beijing's slow but belligerent invasion of the South China Sea has created Cold War conditions in th... Read More

Our View: Planning for Oil That We Don't Need Jul. 18, 2017

Daily Editorials

News from The Wall Street Journal says, "Despite a 17 percent plunge in prices since April, drillers... Read More

A Renaissance for Small Aircraft Carriers? Feb. 15, 2017

Austin Bay

The U.S. Navy may be on the verge of a light aircraft carrier renaissance. New technology spurs the ... Read More

South China Sea Decision A Heavy Political Blow To China Jul. 13, 2016

Austin Bay

Arbitrators in The Hague have given the Philippines a unanimous legal victory over China, one that d... Read More

Strand Struggle Nears a Welcome End Apr. 21, 2016

Daily Editorials

After six years of costly litigation, with dubious benefit, over the installation of entry gates and... Read More

Neglect Has Long-Term Impact Jan. 26, 2016

Daily Editorials

The world's oceans are in bad shape, and our neglect will have powerful effects. According to a stud... Read More