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Higgins Breaks Record at Mt. Washington

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July 24, 2014
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Subaru Rally Team USA drivers David Higgins and Travis Pastrana face off against a global contingent of racers at the annual Mt. Washington Hillclimb in New Hampshire. Includes exclusive in-car footage from Higgins' record attempt. Video provided by Driving Sports


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Monster Record-Breaking Alligators Caught on Same Day

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Buzz60 (Sep. 3, 2013) — A 723-pound alligator that was caught in Mississippi held the state record for the heaviest alligator ever killed in the state for about an hour. As Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) reports, another monster gator was caught that same day, breaking the earlier record by about 4 pounds.
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EPA Proposes Reducing Biofuel Mandate

EPA Proposes Reducing Biofuel Mandate

AP (Nov. 15, 2013) — The Obama administration wants to reduce the amount of ethanol in the nation's fuel supply, acknowledging that the biofuel law championed by both parties is not working as well as expected. AP's Dina Cappiello breaks down what this means. (Nov. 15)
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Solar Powered Boat Ends Round the World Trip

Solar Powered Boat Ends Round the World Trip

AFP (May 3, 2012) — In these days of environmental awareness, a European venture has shown the possibilities of solar power. PlanetSolar is the world's largest solar-powered boat and the catamaran will complete its record-breaking round-the-world trip this week when it docks in Monaco after 600 days at sea.
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Polluting the Oceans: Cruise Ships' Environmental Footprint

Polluting the Oceans: Cruise Ships' Environmental Footprint

Deutsche Welle (Oct. 29, 2012) — The cruise ship industry comes in for heavy criticism for its poor environmental record. Environmental groups accuse the sector of polluting the seas, with luxury liners disposing of their waste in the ocean and emitting huge amounts of CO2. According to the World Wide Fund for Nature, cruise ships' wastewater disposal practices are creating marine dead zones. But passenger numbers are climbing - last year, 20 million holidaymakers booked a cruise.
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