E.P.A. Photos Show What the U.S. Looked Like Before Pollution Regulation

An oil slick surrounding the Statue of Liberty.Chester Higgins/DocumericaThe Trump administration plans to kill the Clean Power Plan, the Obama administration’s main initiative to fight climate change by lowering emissions, the Environmental Protection Agency’s administrator, Scott Pruitt, said Monday. The Clean Power Plan aimed to help the US reach the goals set in the Paris climate agreement by curbing emissions ...

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Manson Accomplice Granted Parole After 40 Years (Photos)

Leslie Van Houten, an accomplice to the notorious murders ordered by Charles Manson in 1969, has been granted parole in California after more than 40 years in prison. Van Houten, now 68, has been paroled for a second time after serving several decades in prison for the murder of grocer Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary in August 1969. Van ...

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The price tag for Pence’s trip to Indianapolis

(CNN)How much did Vice President Mike Pence’s trip to Indianapolis to watch — and then abruptly leave — a football game Sunday between the Indianapolis Colts and San Francisco 49ers cost? Here is an estimate of just the air costs (which does not include costs of advance personnel, Secret Service or support on the ground): According to the Air Force, ...

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Giants stadium with nearly empty seats * USA Newsflash

Following the disrespectful actions of the NFL players which decided it was a good idea to kneel during the playing of the national anthem following the example of kneeler and former San Francisco 49-ers now-free agent Colin Kaepernick, the situation with the league escalated to a level never seen before. And now pictures have emerged of a Giants game showing ...

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2017 Nikon Macro Photo Contest Winners Show The World Like You’ve Never Seen Before

Sometimes bigger is better, but other times it’s all about the details, and as you can see from the winners of Nikon’s 2017 Small World Photomicrography competition, it doesn’t get more detailed than this. The competition, which is now in its 43rd year, attracts doctors, scientists, and macro photography enthusiasts from all over the world, and over 2000 people from ...

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QB Colin Kaepernick Now Says He’ll Stand For The National Anthem If He’s Signed To A Team

UPDATE: Both Kaepernick and the CBS reporter who conducted his interview now claim Kaepernick never said he’d end his protest if he received a lucrative offer to play professional football. Reporter Jason La Canfora says that he and Kaepernick “never discussed” the issue of standing for the anthem during future games – hard to believe given that Kaepernick is famous ...

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Malala Yousafzai attends first lecture at Oxford University

Image copyrightReutersImage caption Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai waves as she arrives for an event with students at Tecnologico de Monterrey University in Mexico City Most people going to their first university lecture worked hard to get there – but few have a journey like Malala Yousafzai. Today the world famous education campaigner tweeted a picture from her first class at ...

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Keim: Cardinals need chip back on shoulder

Keim: Cardinals need chip back on shoulder Posted by Darren Urban on Sunday’s bad game in Philly, Keim acknowledged while talking to the “Doug and Wolf” show on Arizona Sports 98.7 that “I don’t think we’ve played this bad in all three phases since the NFC Championship two years ago.” Keim noted all the things that became painfully obvious. The defense ...

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