A rising number of California parents are choosing to send their children to kindergarten without routine vaccinations, putting hundreds of elementary schools in the state at risk for outbreaks of childhood diseases eradicated in the U.S. years ago. Exemptions from vaccines — which allow children to enroll in public and private schools without state-mandated shots — have more than doubled since 1997, according to a Times analysis of state data obtained last week.
Dubai crashes. Burning presumably to follow. Countdown until every Ballard-knockoff author writes a book set in collapsing Dubai in 5… 4… 3…