• Trump climate change order expected Tuesday
Trump climate change order expected Tuesday

The Clean Power Plan was a set of rules introduced under the Obama administration that would have seen states pushed to reduce Carbon dioxide emissions but which was held up by legal challenges. The Paris Agreement is an worldwide agreement to reduce carbon emissions. "The CPP is not tethered to the Paris accords". Pruitt summarized the Paris A...

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  • Thousands of Cities Go Dark to Fight Climate Change
Thousands of Cities Go Dark to Fight Climate Change

WWF-AAPSO will also be campaigning throughout Assam in schools and colleges, organisations, corporate and institutes to encourage switching off of lights and promote usage of solar energy. Lights will be voluntarily switched off from 8:30 to 9:00 PM from buildings, reports 24 News HD. On Saturday afternoon, teams of two were competing in the th...

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  • Sensex, Nifty trade positive; Axis Bank up 1.27%
Sensex, Nifty trade positive; Axis Bank up 1.27%

However, metal and energy shares were the most prominent gainers in the market. But with global fund managers still believing that emerging markets are undervalued, the liquidity that has fuelled the rally so far in India will continue, said analysts.

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  • Israelis hold teen over U.S. bomb threats
Israelis hold teen over U.S. bomb threats

Israeli police have arrested someone they believe is behind recent bomb threats targeting Jewish community centers across the U.S. The suspect is a Jewish-American Israeli teenager. Several instances of vandalism of Jewish cemeteries, though unrelated, heightened fears of anti-Semitism. As the number of threats grew, Trump was criticized for not ...

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  • Hawai'i County Unemployment Rate 3.2%
Hawai'i County Unemployment Rate 3.2%

Job losses were reported in state government, financial activities and mining and logging. The black unemployment rate at 8.1 percent, was down from 8.8 percent in February 2016. A new report says Iowa's unemployment rate dropped to 3.2 percent in February, its lowest level since 2001. The sector with the biggest employment gains was education an...

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  • Most Cancer Mutations Are Due To Random DNA Mistakes, Study Shows
Most Cancer Mutations Are Due To Random DNA Mistakes, Study Shows

Knowing that the enemy will strike from within even when people protect themselves against external threats indicates that early cancer detection and treatment deserve greater attention than they have previously gotten, Vogelstein says. There is a difference between how cancer-causing mutations come about and whether that cancer is preventable,...

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  • NRA skeptical that new ND law will lead to more gun crimes
NRA skeptical that new ND law will lead to more gun crimes

Opponents of the bill argued that more weapons on campus could lead to increased crime and violence. "They carry M16s and other weapons with the intent of defending our freedoms and killing people". Above, a gun shop in Burlington, near Minot, N.D. "North Dakota has a rich heritage of hunting and a culture of deep respect for firearm safety". ...

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  • Lawmakers introduce bills calling for marijuana legalization, taxation
Lawmakers introduce bills calling for marijuana legalization, taxation

The new legislation would put the state in charge of regulating and licensing businesses to grow, distribute and sell marijuana . Officials also say marijuana would also be taxed at the wholesale and retail level under the legislation, which could generate between $349 million and $699 million per year in revenue for IL.

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  • Older mothers have happier children, according to study
Older mothers have happier children, according to study

Children born to older mothers experience fewer behavioural, social and emotional difficulties, a new study has suggested. These findings counter the traditional thinking that waiting to conceive is risky for both the child and mother's health.

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  • EpiPen Devices Recalled Worldwide
EpiPen Devices Recalled Worldwide

The affected batches have an expiry date of next month. The company behind the EpiPen, a life-saving drug delivery device for severe allergic reactions, recalled some sets of the auto-injector overseas on Monday, although none were recalled in the U.S.

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  • Joe Biden Takes Jabs at Trump Administration's 'Romance' With Putin
Joe Biden Takes Jabs at Trump Administration's 'Romance' With Putin

Biden's beef with the Trump administration ranges from its effort to undo President Barack Obama's signature health care legislation to floating unfounded charges about the prior administration. "As soon as he saw the dog during the actual speech, he pointed at the dog, tapped his friend and then started like cracking up", Sydney, Biden's owner, to...

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  • CSU trustees approve tuition hike for 23 campuses
CSU trustees approve tuition hike for 23 campuses

The board of trustees voted 11-8, approving a proposal that will increase undergraduate tuition by $270 for the 2017-18 school year. Although Gov. Jerry Brown's January budget proposal would give CSU a funding increase of about $157 million, that amount would still fall almost $168 million short of CSU trustees' full support budget request.

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  • FDA: Rare cancer can develop from breast implants
FDA: Rare cancer can develop from breast implants

New information about BIA-ALCL came from medical device reports (MDRs), current medical literature, data from a patient registry established by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the Plastic Surgery Foundation (PSF), and product and labeling information provided by implant manufacturers.

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  • SC Department of Agriculture: Freezing temps 'devastate' state fruit crops
SC Department of Agriculture: Freezing temps 'devastate' state fruit crops

SC is the second biggest peach producer in the United States behind only California. Because majority froze completely, and because of how late in the season this was, they lost nearly everything. "They're just too fragile of state that they were in". "It's hard to get yourself in a good mental frame of mind when you take a loss this big this e...

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  • DHS report calls out cities and counties for not cooperating with ICE
DHS report calls out cities and counties for not cooperating with ICE

Travis County Sheriff Sally Hernandez took office this year after pledging not to comply with most federal detainers on immigrants facing deportation. Franklin County Warden William Bechtold was not available on Monday, but he told a reporter on February 22 that ICE responds quickly in cases where undocumented immigrants are to be released from the...

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  • Citing Philippine law, Catholicism, Duterte says no to same-sex marriage
Citing Philippine law, Catholicism, Duterte says no to same-sex marriage

The same sea is in the midst of a tug-of-war between several Southeast Asian countries, including the Philippines, and China. Speaking to the Filipino community during his official two-day visit to Burma, the firebrand leader said the Philippines can not legalise same-sex marriage unlike what has been done in the United States and several countri...

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  • Turtle Named 'Bank' Dies After Ingesting 900 Coins Thrown into Her Pond
Turtle Named 'Bank' Dies After Ingesting 900 Coins Thrown into Her Pond

A sea turtle named, Om Sin , which translates to "Piggy Bank", passed away on March 21 at 10:10 AM, after she became ill with a "serious intestinal volvulus and strangulation" [in other words, an intestinal infection], her doctor, Veterinarian, Nantarika Chansue confirmed in an emotional Facebook post .

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  • With New Data, Amgen Promises Refund If Cholesterol Drug Doesn't Work
With New Data, Amgen Promises Refund If Cholesterol Drug Doesn't Work

In an interview Thursday, Harper pointed to additional evidence from the study - adjusted for what he calls a "treatment lag" - showing Repatha reduced the risk of heart attack and stroke by 33%. Measuring the difference in all of these events was the study's main goal. ( AMGN ) announced results from the Repatha or evolocumab cognitive fun...

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  • What's next for Gennady Golovkin after Daniel Jacobs win
What's next for Gennady Golovkin after Daniel Jacobs win

In Golovkin's last 2 fights, Kell Brook landed 33 percent of his total punches and Jacobs landed 32 percent of his total punches. Somehow, Jacobs wasn't just standing when the sixth rolled around. Golovkin was showering Jacobs with praise after escaping with his ideal record and middleweight titles intact. Jacobs suffered his first defeat since...

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  • Louisville vs. MI basketball 2017
Louisville vs. MI basketball 2017

The Cardinals have held a small lead for most of the game, holding down Michigan's 3-point attack. Kicking off the game, Mitchell buried a step-back three in transition. MI was more active, forcing the Cardinals to take long twos and threes instead of continuing to give up points in the paint like they did in the first half.

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