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March for Science: Thousands take to the streets

In Gainsville, more than a thousand people stretched for miles through the streets of Gainesville in a peaceful demonstration, said Pati Vitt, a plant scientist at the Chicago Botanic Garden in town for work at the university. Nipa Shah, a physician, told Al Jazeera budget cuts to science agencies were troubling. But the mingling of the activist community and the science community, which often tries to distance itself from politics, has produced a specific kind of public fragmentation. Read More »

Oklahoma Senate panel in favor of Ten Commandments display


Sen. Matt McCoy, D-Des Moines, said the bill was created to "extract a political vote" that could become campaign postcards next election for voting against a bill that is constitutionally questionable and violated legislative rules having failed to clear a procedural process that kept it eligible for consideration this session. Read More »

No Role in Libya Because 'US Has Enough Roles'


Gentiloni said his government intends to make sure it's meeting its financial obligations with regard to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation - an issue Trump has repeatedly raised. During a joint press conference with the Prime Minister of Italy on Thursday, President Donald Trump praised late Italian opera singer Luciano Pavarotti and called him a "good friend of mine". Read More »

Attentat des Champs-Elysées : le tueur avait déjà visé des policiers

Deux policiers sont grièvement blessés, un autre est tué sur le coup. "Une passante a également été légèrement blessée au pied." . Qu'est-ce que l'on sait du tueur? Il est originaire de Livry-Gargan, en Seine-Saint-Denis. A la suite de ce voyage, il avait été convoqué par le juge d'application des peines en charge de son dossier mais celui-ci n'avait pas révoqué sa période de mise à l'épreuve, se contentant de lui rappeler ses obligations. Read More »

Trump Tax Plan May Produce Some Short-Term Budget Issues: Mnuchin

The existing designation process will be halted during the 180-day review, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told reporters Friday at a White House briefing. The administration is also trying to pass tax reform that would reduce corporate and personal rates. The executive actions included two presidential memorandums - one directing the Treasury Department to examine the Dodd-Frank process for winding down failing banks, and another directing the agency to review the Financial Stability ... Read More »

Canadian scientists take to the streets to march for science

On Saturday afternoon, Trump issued an Earth Day statement, saying the US has an "obligation" to protect its resources while "reducing unnecessary burden" on the economy. At least 27,000 Facebook users said they were attending the march in Washington, D.C. "It needs to be known throughout the world that America isn't just those people at the top saying climate change isn't real, that vaccines are going to cause autism", said Leserman, director of digital media at the Los Angeles County ... Read More »

Scientists take to streets to defend research


But she marched anyway because she anxious about her baby's future in a world that seems to consider science disposable. Despite organizers claims that they are not targeting Trump, critics note that numerous issues driving the march - cuts to Environmental Protection Agency funding, the roll-back of environmental regulations and reductions to research programs - are all administration proposals. Read More »

Gov. Scott Urges Quicker Action To Repeal Obamacare

President Donald Trump, at a press conference on Thursday with the Italian Prime Minister, remained optimistic that Congress would advance legislation to repeal the health law despite the setbacks the House has endured. The House legislation would dismantle the Obamacare extensive system for expanding health insurance coverage to millions of Americans, cutting almost $1 trillion in federal aid that has allowed states to expand the Medicaid safety net programs and scaling back tax subsidies ... Read More »

Iowa lawmakers burning late-night 'oil' in effort to adjourn


The so-called standing appropriation bill includes policy and spending across several state agencies. The Senate voted 28-21 Thursday night along party lines for the roughly $1.7 billion health and human services budget bill. Terry Branstad. There's no official end date, though their reimbursements for daily expenses ended Tuesday. Iowa lawmakers have passed a bill that would create a system for manufacturing and distributing low-THC medical marijuana oil in the state. Read More »

Scientists leave labs, take to streets to defend research

He ordered the National Park Service to stop tweeting. She said "climate change is happening" and scientists are needed to help understand how shifting weather patterns are affecting the world. Together we can - dare I say it - save the world! "From combating climate change and reducing carbon emissions to safeguarding our coastal communities and strengthening resiliency in the face of extreme weather - NY must continue to lead the way forward", Cuomo said. Read More »

Legal States Push Back Against Threat of Federal Marijuana Enforcement

States are seeing the benefits of legalizing marijuana and taking action. We decriminalized minor marijuana offenses in 11 states in the mid-1970s, following the release of the report of the National Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse. "I think that once we see the legalization momentum take hold in any state, it provides a signal to young people that this is acceptable and safe". Read More »

Trump misses his own deadline for a cybersecurity plan


Politico reported that this statement is "a notable shift from his campaign rhetoric", and TIME agreed that Trump's usual move is to plug his accomplishments and boost his achievements. "He's had one success ". Trump's travel ban, the policy version of a proposal that began during the GOP primary as a promise to ban all Muslims from entering the USA, has also stumbled out of the starting blocks. Read More »

Health care push unswayed by Trump's 100th day, White House says


Republican leaders didn't want to push a fight on something like funding for the border wall that President Trump wants. The bill's failure was a major defeat for President Donald Trump , who endorsed the legislation despite promising that no American would lose coverage under Republican repeal legislation and that he would not cut Medicaid. Read More »

Trump Calls First 100 Days Measure A 'Ridiculous Standard'

After a receiving a USA intelligence assessment on Russian's interference in last year's elections, Trump vowed that he would have a team present him a review of the nation's cybersecurity efforts within 90 days of taking office. We've heard the question many times: Where does the Trump rally rank? Those actions included labeling China a currency manipulator (he announced earlier this month he now thinks the Chinese are "not currency manipulators") and suspending immigration for ... Read More »

British PM May refuses to rule out personal tax hikes after election


Virtually all of 330 current Tory MPs voted for an election in less than seven weeks, not surprising given the party is now enjoying a massive lead over Labour in the polls. "Brexit isn't just about the letter that says we want to leave". The Liberal Democrats attacked the Prime Minister's decision to rule out taking part in televised debates ahead of the election. Read More »

Bucks overwhelm Raptors 104-77, take 2-1 series lead

Raptors have until April 23rd to figure out how to stop a possible 3-1 series ledger, which will be hard to return from with the young Bucks team ready to show the world what they can do. Spurs: Manu Ginobili became the first second-round draft pick to play 200 career playoff games. Whether a team can have much of an impact on their opponents' 3-point percentage is a point of contention, but they can impact how many 3-pointers the opposition takes. Read More »

Court hearing cancelled for suspected kidnapper, Cummins now in federal custody

The statement also expressed thanks to the media and specifically the Maury County Sheriff's Office, and investigators Bucky Rowland and Nathan Johns. She's 15 years old; she's a young girl that's with a grown man that's 50 years old. He said the family planned to offer Elizabeth therapy, and understood that she would need time to recover. Read More »

Colorado closer to allow medical pot for PTSD

Back in February, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said there will likely be a crackdown on federal drug laws. Fox says there are no hard numbers about the percentage of New Jerseyans who have tried marijuana. New regulations would also be introduced with respect to restricting the THC level per millilitre (ml) of blood not unlike current restrictions related to blood alcohol content. Read More »

Campbell's soup recalled due to labeling


The soup was put in the chicken with whole grain pasta labeled cans, which does not have milk on the product label. The 18.6-oz. cans of " Campbell's Homestyle Healthy Request Chicken with Whole Grain Pasta" have Best By date of February 13, 2019 on the bottom of the cans. Read More »

Thousands of Californians expected to join March for Science

The march synched up with Earth Day and took place in cities around the world. Scientists and their work are on the defensive. And it's time to listen to the science, it's time to listen to the facts. "Both the left and the right ignore science when they don't like it". High-profile speakers include "the Earthquake Lady" celebrity seismologist Lucy Jones, billionaire climate change activist Tom Steyer and Oscar-nominated "Hidden Figures" screenwriter Allison Schroeder, according to local ... Read More »

Global Ski Gear & Equipment Market 2016 - Burton, Atomic, Rossignol, Salomon, Fischer

The Mesalazine market analysis is provided for the worldwide market including development history, competitive landscape analysis, and major regions' development status. Towards the end, the report scrutinizes the competitive landscape of the Global Hex Bit Adapter Sales market. Secondly, development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures. Read More »

Turkish election commission rejects calls to annul referendum

Responding to a Supreme Election Board (YSK) decision to allow ballot envelopes without official stamps to be accepted, the CHP has formally petitioned the body to annul the result. Trump joins a short list of leaders who have openly congratulated Erdogan, including Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Saudi King Salman. "Poland acknowledges the results of Turkey's referendum on 16 April 2017 and awaits their official confirmation", the ministry said in a statement . Read More »