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Acclaimed US novelist Joyce Carol Oates slams Brandeis University

Selpercatinib is the first drug from Loxo’s pipeline that Lilly has brought to market. Prior to the acquisition, Loxo won approval of Vitrakvi, which targets a different genetic mutation and is sold by Bayer AG. The teams’ former medic, who is currently facing a fit-to-practise tribunal, paints a stark picture of the gold-medal factory across […]

Robert Kennedy Jr Talks With Las Vegas Media

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. shared a few minutes to talk about climate and water and us.   He says Las Vegas needs to think long-term to survive this hotter, drier world.   Photo by Justin McAffee   “And that plan probably means curtailing development, and investing in conservation and investing in making this city really [...]

Bobby Kennedy Jr Visits Las Vegas For Launch

Bobby Kennedy Jr., a longtime environmentalist and son of former presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, stopped in Las Vegas on Tuesday to launch a new organization dedicated to protecting one of nature’s most vital resources — water. “The big polluters, the Koch brothers, etc., and their indentured servants in the White House and Capitol Hill [...]

Crescendo of Crisis on the Colorado

Wow, so this is what it looked like watching Rome burn?   Or in our case, farmers’ fields and family taps running dry while Colorado River water managers hole up at Caesars Palace rearranging the deck chairs poolside.   For more than a decade, the crescendo from outside the Palace has been that Southern Nevadans [...]

Colorado River Drought Forces a Painful Reckoning for States

The sinuous Colorado River and its slew of manmade reservoirs from the Rockies to southern Arizona are being sapped by 14 years of drought nearly unrivaled in 1,250 years.   The once broad and blue river has in many places dwindled to a murky brown trickle. Reservoirs have shrunk to less than half their capacities, [...]

The Colorado River Runs Dry

From its source high in the Rocky Mountains, the Colorado River channels water south nearly 1,500 miles, over falls, through deserts and canyons, to the lush wetlands of a vast delta in Mexico and into the Gulf of California.   That is, it did so for six million years.   Then, beginning in the 1920s, [...]