As higher temperatures warm our atmosphere, they could have an unexpected consequence: more snow in some areas. And that’s because warming in the Arctic, might actually mean colder winters for some of us. That’s right. Even though it may be very cold and snowing in one area, the rest of… Continue Reading Global Warming: rising temperatures could bring more snow | Just The FAQs

– Cases of some Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) have now reached a collective all-time high, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Among them is syphilis, a bacterial infection usually spread by sexual contact. It can live inside you for decades, progressing through multiple stages of infection. The… Continue Reading STDs at all-time-high: How did we get here? | Just the FAQs

it’s a town in our area that just a short car ride away for most of us and soon it could be known as the best coastal small town in the entire country and it’s somewhere where our Seth Kovar has done many reports tonight he tells us how you… Continue Reading Rockport in the running for USA Today’s Best Coastal Small Town

– A whistleblower is not necessarily a leaker though sometimes a leaker is a whistleblower. A whistleblower is actually a legally protected official status for someone who reports illegal or unethical activity. The Whistleblower Protection Act protects federal employees and applicants for employment who lawfully disclose information they reasonably believe… Continue Reading What is the difference between a whistleblower and a leaker? | Just The FAQs

– When President Trump took office he vowed to boost the fossil fuel industry. – “American Energy dominance.” – The main idea: Make America energy independent and protect jobs. Since 2017, the Trump administration has repealed Obama’s Clean Power Plan, withdrawn from the Paris Climate Agreement, opened vast tracts of… Continue Reading Coal v. renewable energy: President Trump’s energy plan, explained | Just The FAQs

– Most scientists agree the Earth is facing a climate change deadline, and some democratic lawmakers want to take action with the Green New Deal. The phrase goes back to 2007, when the New York Times columnist, Thomas Friedman, wrote a piece calling for a Green New Deal. Taking it’s… Continue Reading What is the Green New Deal? | Just The FAQs

The Food and Drug Administration has declared teen vaping an “epidemic.” Today, more than 3.6 million middle and high school students say they regularly vape using electronic cigarettes. These devices can be as small as a USB drive and cost less than $20. Even the vaping industry itself appears to… Continue Reading Why Juul CEO is apologizing for teen vaping ‘epidemic’ | Just The FAQs

– Katrina, Sandy, Harvey. The names are infamous, but how did these hurricanes get their names, and who makes the call? Naming tropical cyclones dates back to the 1800s in the West Indies. Hurricanes were named after the saint’s day on which they fell. Yes, every day has a different… Continue Reading How do hurricanes like Dorian and Katrina get their names? | Just the FAQs

well the text is a Texas State Aquarium I should say has received some national recognition it has been named one of the top five aquariums to visit here in North America that was in an online poll conducted by USA Today now the TSA was ranked fourth out of… Continue Reading Texas State Aquarium named as No. 4 on USA Today’s list of North American aquariums

And just like that, she’s officially #jackieonomore! Social media superstar Jackie Oshry is a married woman and we have all the exclusive deets on her special big day!  Jackie Oshry, 26, is known to the social media world as @jackieoproblems and the co-host of the very popular podcast The Morning… Continue Reading Social Media Star Jackie Oshry Gushes Over Her Wedding — Plus: See The Romantic Pics – News Today