climate change

Australian novelist Richard Flanagan takes a benevolent view of immigration.

As the temperature approaches 50 degrees Pinkletinks begin to stir, unfold their legs and, if they are male, let out a call.

Tonight’s two-day old full moon appears in close proximity to the bright star Spica, in the zodiacal constellation Virgo.

It is springtime! Well, by the calendar at least. And the number of migrants arriving continues to increase.

Last week, things went from bad to worse.

Three of the visible planets — Venus, Saturn and Jupiter — are an easy sight an hour before sunrise. They form a line in the southeastern sky.