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September 2011
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Recreational drug markets do more than spark legal battles and societal woes: They drain resources, too.
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  With the right kind of milk (and the right kind of love), a traumatized calf can make it.


  Flooding and high winds pummeled much of the U.S. East Coast, leaving destruction in its wake.

  Caught alive after a three-week hunt, the 2,369-pound (1,075-kilogram) reptile is suspected of attacking several people and killing two.

  Cleanup continues in Montana after this summer's Yellowstone River oil spill, while experts debate the safety of our fuel infrastructure.

  A new bird species has been discovered in the U.S. for the first time in nearly 30 years—but the species may have already flown the coop for good, a new study says.

  Bottom line, it's all about the numbers: Renewables would bring $5 trillion net in savings and support a 158% bigger U.S. economy by 2050, using no energy from coal, oil or nuclear.

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