They are benefiting from the "heat island" effect amid climate change and urban growth, researchers find.
Longtime residents are being pushed out of apartments to make way for tourists in the U.S. and Europe.
Escaping the Washington feeding frenzy, the president discusses cooperation on Syria and Iraq with his French counterpart in Paris.
A move by the United States to scrap the accord could have a domino effect on the participation of other countries and probably would speed up global warming.
The administration's lawyer thinks there might be legal ramifications if the U.S. stays in but doesn't cut emissions. No one who worked on the deal agrees.
Writer Ted Rall argues that, if debates are "graded on a curve," the Republican candidate did better than the Democrat on Monday night; vegetarianism might be beneficial to the planet, but it could negatively impact the lives of millions if practiced worldwide; meanwhile, more affordable solar panels have changed investors' minds about fossil fuels. These discoveries and more after the jump.
Nice authorities believe CCTV footage could yield information in the July 14 incident that killed more than 80 people, but the Paris prosecutor’s office wants the images destroyed.
Following the terrorist attacks in Paris last November, the French government launched a smartphone application to rapidly alert users of a breaking crisis. However, the app was reportedly three hours late in warning users of the crisis in Nice, France, on Thursday.
Like the Occupy Wall Street movement, the Paris “Nuit Debout” protests over labor reforms are fueled by social media, which allow people to communicate instantly with one another and bypass corporate media when it ignores them.