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Exxon Mobil Urged White House To Stick With Paris Climate Agreement

Exxon Mobil Urged White House To Stick With Paris Climate Agreement

Exxon Mobil Urged White House To Stick With Paris Climate Agreement Less than a week before President Donald Trump signed an executive order rolling back major elements of the Obama administration’s

FDA Approves New Drug For Severe Multiple Sclerosis

FDA Approves New Drug For Severe Multiple Sclerosis

FDA Approves New Drug For Severe Multiple Sclerosis The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved the first treatment for primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS), a severe form of the

This State Shows Us What A Future With A Hobbled EPA Could Look Like

This State Shows Us What A Future With A Hobbled EPA Could Look Like

This State Shows Us What A Future With A Hobbled EPA Could Look Like In rural Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, there are about five cows for every human resident. About half of

Wells Fargo Reaches $110 Million Settlement in Lawsuit Over Fake Accounts

Wells Fargo Reaches $110 Million Settlement in Lawsuit Over Fake Accounts

Wells Fargo Reaches $110 Million Settlement in Lawsuit Over Fake Accounts (NEW YORK) — Wells Fargo says it will pay $110 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over up to

Donald Trump Promised 'Clean Coal,' But It Doesn't Exist

Donald Trump Promised 'Clean Coal,' But It Doesn't Exist

Donald Trump Promised 'Clean Coal,' But It Doesn't Exist Flanked by coal miners, President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday rolling back regulations that have dogged coal executives but

What We Get Wrong When We Talk About Food Stamps And Immigrants

What We Get Wrong When We Talk About Food Stamps And Immigrants

What We Get Wrong When We Talk About Food Stamps And Immigrants Food banks across the country have been noticing a trend since President Donald Trump was inaugurated in January.

Coal Executive Admits Donald Trump Can't Single-Handedly Save The Industry

Coal Executive Admits Donald Trump Can't Single-Handedly Save The Industry

Coal Executive Admits Donald Trump Can't Single-Handedly Save The Industry Robert Murray, owner of the world’s largest private coal company, said this week that he’s told President Donald Trump he can’t

No, Melania Trump Does Not Want To Wire You $20 Million

No, Melania Trump Does Not Want To Wire You $20 Million

No, Melania Trump Does Not Want To Wire You $20 Million No matter what this ridiculous email says, Melania Trump is not sitting on $20 million for you ― or

Trade Denialism Continues: Trade Really Did Kill Manufacturing Jobs

Trade Denialism Continues: Trade Really Did Kill Manufacturing Jobs

Trade Denialism Continues: Trade Really Did Kill Manufacturing Jobs There have been a flood of opinion pieces and news stories in recent weeks wrongly telling people that it was not

Trump Repeals Regulation Protecting Workers From Wage Theft

Trump Repeals Regulation Protecting Workers From Wage Theft

Trump Repeals Regulation Protecting Workers From Wage Theft WASHINGTON ― Companies that commit wage theft and put their workers in harm’s way just received a favor from the Trump administration.

United Airlines to Customers: ‘Your Leggings Are Welcome’

United Airlines to Customers: ‘Your Leggings Are Welcome’

United Airlines to Customers: ‘Your Leggings Are Welcome’ United Airlines has responded to criticism over its decision block two teenage girls from boarding a flight Minneapolis on Sunday for wearing

Technology Gets Political: Upstart Resistbot Faxes Lawmakers For You

Technology Gets Political: Upstart Resistbot Faxes Lawmakers For You

Technology Gets Political: Upstart Resistbot Faxes Lawmakers For You In these days of constantly contacting politicians to make sure our voices are heard, along comes a new technology to make

Trump Taps Jared Kushner To Lead Team That Will Run Government 'Like A Company'

Trump Taps Jared Kushner To Lead Team That Will Run Government 'Like A Company'

Trump Taps Jared Kushner To Lead Team That Will Run Government 'Like A Company' Fresh from the slopes of Aspen, Jared Kushner will on Monday be named the head of an

United Airlines Defends Right To Block Girls In Leggings

United Airlines Defends Right To Block Girls In Leggings

United Airlines Defends Right To Block Girls In Leggings United Airlines is defending its right to block passengers over their attire after it was called out for stopping girls in

7 Challenges That Will Make You More Successful

7 Challenges That Will Make You More Successful

7 Challenges That Will Make You More Successful It’s truly fascinating how successful people approach problems. Where others see impenetrable barriers, they see challenges to embrace and obstacles to overcome.

Democrats Introduce 'Mar-A-Lago Act' To Bare Secret Trump Meetings

Democrats Introduce 'Mar-A-Lago Act' To Bare Secret Trump Meetings

Democrats Introduce 'Mar-A-Lago Act' To Bare Secret Trump Meetings Senate and House Democrats have introduced the “Mar-a-Lago Act” demanding that President Trump provide visitor logs to provide the names of

Uber Grounds Self-Driving Car Fleet After Serious Arizona Crash

Uber Grounds Self-Driving Car Fleet After Serious Arizona Crash

Uber Grounds Self-Driving Car Fleet After Serious Arizona Crash Uber is suspending its entire self-driving car program while it investigates a serious crash of one of its vehicles in Arizona.

Keystone XL Protesters Won't Back Down After Trump Approval

Keystone XL Protesters Won't Back Down After Trump Approval

Keystone XL Protesters Won't Back Down After Trump Approval Environmentalists, Native American tribes and landowners vowed to continue fighting the contentious Keystone XL pipeline project Friday after President Donald Trump

A Future Farming Industry Grows In Brooklyn

A Future Farming Industry Grows In Brooklyn

A Future Farming Industry Grows In Brooklyn BROOKLYN, New York ― Tobias Peggs is already cultivating leafy vegetables out of purple-lit shipping containers in the parking lot of an old

U.S. Agents Seize 40,000 Counterfeit Condoms In Puerto Rico

U.S. Agents Seize 40,000 Counterfeit Condoms In Puerto Rico

U.S. Agents Seize 40,000 Counterfeit Condoms In Puerto Rico U.S. federal agents have confiscated 40,000 items that consumers hope are never fake: condoms. The counterfeits were seized in San Juan,