Daily Archive: Saturday, August 26, 2017

Developing Alaska’s Pebble Mine could threaten salmon population

A debate is brewing in Alaska over what’s worth more – the gold in the ground, or the gold in the water. A record 60 million salmon surged through the state’s Bristol Bay last month. Some 30 million were caught and will feed half of the world’s demand. Near the headwaters of the bay, the

Mayweather vs. McGregor Survey Will Make You Want to Punch Someone

Mayweather/McGregor Infographic Boston, Massachusetts (PRWEB) August 25, 2017 This week millions of fans around the world are getting ready to watch one of the most anticipated fights in decades between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor. MocoSpace, the leading mobile gaming and chat community, surveyed its community about their expectations for the upcoming fight. The

Trump’s first pardon spares political ally Arpaio

PHOENIX (AP) — President Donald Trump spared former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio the prospect of serving jail time in granting the first pardon of his turbulent tenure, wiping away the lawman’s recent federal conviction stemming from his immigration patrols that focused on Latinos. The White House said 85-year-old Arpaio was a “worthy candidate” for the