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Editor/Producer @Reuters. Opinions mine, RTs not endorsements, etc. Bad jokes, worse puns. I'm with him: @bobalevine.

Oklahoma, not O.K. — Ohhhhhhhklahoma, where the wind comes sweeping down the earthquake-riddled plain. Oklahomans know they belong to the land and the land they belong to is grand but also suffering from man-made tremors caused by fossil fuel production, Reuters reports.

Earls before swine

The rapidly more blue planet — Happy Earth Day, everyone! Celebrate the day with a series of stunning Reuters photos of our beautiful, horribly polluted earth. And read on for more news you may have missed: Their kingdom for a football team A Los Angeles suburb approves the construction of a $1.7 billion football arena - though no team has formally committed to play in Los Angeles (yet).

Get your goat — Note: This is not a Portlandia sketch. Oregon's Portland International Airport has employed roughly 40 goats and a llama to clear (i.e., eat) invasive plant growth near the runway. The plants, apparently, are located in an area that's not accessible for mowers. That, or someone in Oregon is just really into goats.

China’s new ad ban? — The Gerber Baby may not be so welcome in China. Officials there are considering a ban on infant formula advertisements, in an effort to encourage more mothers to breast feed. China has been working to combat malpractice in the formula industry, which is expected to grow to roughly $30 billion in the next two years.

You’ve got the power — Renewable energy: It's not just for hippies anymore! Europe's power market traders are feeling a boost from the recent surge in renewable electricity, Reuters reports. In Germany alone, renewable energy accounts for roughly a quarter of all electricity generation. Read on for more news you might have missed.

Pack up your trunks — Send in the clowns... because the elephants aren't allowed. San Francisco is set to become the largest U.S. city to ban the use of wild animals for entertainment, Reuters reports, citing concerns for the animals' wellness and safety. Circuses and movie and television sets are all subject to the ordinance.

Clearing the air - or at least letting someone pollute it more than you — U-S-A! U-S-A! *cough* *wheeze* U-S-A! The United States is no longer the biggest environmental bully in the world, according to new data on pollution since 1990. China has overtaken America as the number-one contributor to man-made global warming in the last 25 years, Reuters reports.

A watery loophole — Move over, 1 percenters -- the meter-free are the new elite in California. Amid a statewide, historic drought, roughly a quarter of a million California households don't have any water meters, Reuters reports, thanks to decades-old laws in some towns forbidding their use.

Lions and tigers and lawsuits - oh my! — Wildlife conservationists are tired of these grizzly murders. Two advocacy groups, the Sierra Club and Western Watershed Project, have sued the federal government for condoning the killing of grizzly bears by hunters targeting elk, Reuters reports.
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Apr 25, 2015

RT @ReutersUS: Hey, that's my cappuccino! Coyote captured outside lower Manhattan cafe

Apr 24, 2015

@CassLGarrison @hstruck I feel as though a weight has been lifted off my shoulders

Apr 24, 2015

RT @ESPNNFL: Cowboys DE Greg Hardy was involved in a verbal altercation at the team facility on Friday.

Apr 24, 2015

China to crack down on exotic dancers at rural funerals via @Reuters

Apr 24, 2015

World's first malaria vaccine moves closer to use in Africa via @Reuters

Apr 23, 2015

As the leader of the free world, you are the ultimate Patriot: @Patriots owner Kraft to @ChicagoBears fan Obama

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