Scientists survey Pacific Northwest salmon each year. For the first time, some nets are coming up empty. Scientists have been hauling survey nets through the ocean off the coasts of Washington and Oregon for 20 years. But this is the first time some have come up empty. In a report on their trawl survey, the scientists logged some of the lowest numbers of yearling Snake River spring chinook recorded since the survey began in 1998. Coho numbers were just as depressed. Seattle Times
Too Bad Roger, The Winds are a Changing
The Cowboys' Jerry Jones was a leading voice among 17 NFL owners on a conference call Thursday that discussed the possibility of halting commissioner Roger Goodell's pending contract extension, sources involved with the call told ESPN.
Cape Coral, Florida, was built on total lies.
One big storm could wipe it off the map. Oh, and it's also the fastest-growing city in the United States. The Boomtown That Shouldn't Exist.
European Style Terrorism Comes To the US
New York City is for all intent and purposes a gun-free zone. But it looks like the Muslim fanatics have adopted their European model for murdering innocent people to the streets of New York.