The 2010 elections brought with them an onslaught of “wooohoo’s” and “Ahhhhrrghh’s” from the millions of spectators that were eagerly watching, waiting and holding their breath.
The iconic Empire State Building just took a gigantic green leap with building renovations that do more than scrape the surface of energy efficiency.
George Washington University-School of Media and Public Affairs
Las Vegas is considered a city of excess, with its neon lights, massive buffets, and perhaps too many Elvis impersonators.
So you’re thirsty -- You reach for a bottle of cool, refreshing spring water, right? I guess that’s fine and all. Can you tell me where that water comes from or how it gets to your fridge? It’s actually rather interesting when you get down to it.