Seeing these people and this place on an earlier reporting trip, veteran Associated Press photographer Rodrigo Abd knew he had to go back. This time, he set down his lightning-fast digital Canon and spread the tripod of his 19th century-style box camera to make black and white portraits of the fishermen and the industrial decay they call home. … [Read more...] about In black and white: Venezuelan fishermen among oil ruins
Dual mass flywheel oil leak
Brazilian police are investigating the origin of the oil, which has killed at least seven turtles and forced swimmers and fishermen to stay away from contaminated areas. … [Read more...] about Brazil says more than 100 tons of oil spills found on coast
In Massachusetts, health officials have said that nine of 10 patients interviewed reported vaping cannabis oils, some reported vaping both marijuana and nicotine, while one reported vaping only nicotine. Officials have not specified where the marijuana products were purchased. … [Read more...] about First vaping-related death reported in Mass.
A Montana judge must decide whether to once again block the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline or side with U.S. government attorneys who want him to uphold President Donald Trump’s permit to cross the U.S.-Canada border. … [Read more...] about Judge weighs renewed Keystone XL oil pipeline arguments
The government is discussing the bill Sunday. It argues that Algeria needs foreign investment to modernize the sector and make it more globally competitive. State-run gas and oil giant Sonatrach says the bill is needed to simplify Algeria’s tax system. … [Read more...] about Algerians protest bill to boost foreign money in oil sector