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U.S. Mayors to honor Paris climate accord despite President's decision

But, she said , she hopes the US won't "fall back" in its efforts to address climate change , adding that Alaskans are already seeing impacts. "The outlook for US energy production will be determi...

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India among countries worst-affected by new Fireball malware

India among countries worst-affected by new Fireball malware

To know if you've been hit with Fireball: Open your Web browser and check if your homepage was set by you, if you can modify it, if you can recognize and modify the default search engine, and if you i...

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Former FBI Director James Comey to testify on June 8

I haven't spoken to counsel yet. "I don't know how they are going to respond". Conway replied that Comey had previously said that it was the right of a president to fire an Federal Bureau of Investi...

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Trump administration appeals travel ban to Supreme Court

Trump administration appeals travel ban to Supreme Court

On June 1, 2017, Trump asked the Supreme Court to reinstate the ban after it was blocked by a federal appeals court in Virginia. The Trump administration asked the Supreme Court late Thu...

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Rex Tillerson says America will still cut emissions despite Paris pullout

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer joined dozens of his counterparts from Los Angeles to Houston to Pittsburgh Thursday in blasting Trump's decision and vowing to follow the agreement. Before Trump ann...

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Grieving Johnson loses at French Open

Grieving Johnson loses at French Open

World No. 4 and nine-time French Open victor Rafael Nadal is gunning for La Decima at Roland Garros , and in his current form, there is absolutely no doubt that the Spaniard is the firm favourit...

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Ancient Martian lake might have supported life — NASA's Curiosity rover

A long time ago, on a planet not too far away, there was a lake - and not just any lake, but one that could finally shed some light on that $64 million question: Was there ever life on Mars? Moreove...

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Conflicting stories about Kushner's meeting with Russian banker

Conflicting stories about Kushner's meeting with Russian banker

The White House should "immediately" revoke Kushner's clearance pending the conclusion of the FBI's Russian Federation probe that has reportedly zeroed in on Kushner, the lawmakers wrote in a le...

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Time for a Chill Pill on Trump's Climate Action

Time for a Chill Pill on Trump's Climate Action

The government of one of Africa's largest economies said the decision damaged the rule of law and "trust between nations", adding that the US has a "moral obligation" to support poorer countries i...

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LIGO Just Detected the Oldest Gravitational Waves Ever Discovered

LIGO Just Detected the Oldest Gravitational Waves Ever Discovered

Gravitational waves carry information about their origins and about the nature of gravity that can not otherwise be obtained. Two black holes collided, forming a huge black hole 49 times more massi...

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Methane 'blowout' formed giant craters on Arctic seafloor, study says

Methane 'blowout' formed giant craters on Arctic seafloor, study says

And they've inspired debate among scientists about whether such an event could happen again in the future, and how it could affect the climate. Crill also points to previous research suggesting that...

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Manchester terror attack: 8 taken into custody; threat level still severe

Manchester terror attack: 8 taken into custody; threat level still severe

Greater Manchester Police said they were now confident they knew the identity of all the people who lost their lives and had made contact with all the families. Twenty-two victims including children w...

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Theresa May: 'I had the balls to call an election'

There would be an "independent and separate relationship with the EU" after Brexit , he said. When someone later asked why, because last year's referendum had been so close, she didn't have the confi...

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Indian-American Students Dominate 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee Finals

Erin Howard, a sixth-grade student from Alabama, offered a plea to the judges before hearing the word she had to spell. She called the win "really wonderful". and he's such a hard worker". "Definition...

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Footballers and TV stars linked to £700m tax relief scheme

Footballers and TV stars linked to £700m tax relief scheme

A number of big-name celebrities including David Beckham , Gary Lineker and Ant & Dec are among those who have lost a legal big to overturn a tax bill of £700 million. This follows a recent supplem...

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Labour unveils Brexit team ahead of election

Mr Corbyn was challenged about his approach to Brexit and said the United Kingdom would not "necessarily" be poorer as a result of leaving the European Union . A large chunk of Labour supporters (...

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Panicked White House goes into lockdown, refuses all Russian Federation questions

A group of more than 40 House Democrats has demanded the White House revoke President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner's security clearance, amid an investigation of Russian...

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NASA to launch solar probe

NASA to launch solar probe

It will park in orbit four million miles from the solar system's star, where it will endure "heat and radiation unlike any spacecraft in history", according to NASA . " Nasa has never named a spac...

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Nobody at White House will say whether Trump believes in climate change

Tillerson called Trump's action a "policy decision". In his address on Thursday, however, Trump said the difference the Paris agreement would make is negligible, saying it would only slow global...

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House committee issues subpoenas; Comey okay'd to testify

House committee issues subpoenas; Comey okay'd to testify

On Wednesday, various news outlets reported that the intelligence committee had subpoenaed three former Obama administration officials to address Nunes' allegations. But the others are requests for ...

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Donald Trump's withdrawal of USA from Paris climate agreement widely panned

Dozens of cities have said they're committed to the Paris climate accord, with at least 86 mayors signing a statement saying they will adopt and uphold the agreement's goals. Since the electio...

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Construction begins on world's largest telescope in Chilean desert

Construction begins on world's largest telescope in Chilean desert

The reproduction of the story/photograph in any form will be liable for legal action. Niranjan Thatte, the professor of Astrophysics at Oxford's Department of Physics and the Principal Investigator ...

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Apple says iOS app developers earned $20 billion past year

The App Store , home to the most innovative apps in the world, has seen downloads grow over 70% in the past 12 months alone. Taking all Android handset makers, Google's operating system has been ou...

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Muted reactions from Alaska officials to Trump decision on Paris Climate Agreement

When Mr. Trump pulled out of the climate accord, Brown immediately formed the U.S. Climate Alliance with Washington state , New York , Mexico and Canada to honor the commitment of the agre...

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Star Trek VR game released by Ubisoft

Star Trek VR game released by Ubisoft

Great news Trekkies as the time is finally here. They will take the role of the crew of the spaceship . But bundling Star Trek: Bridge Crew is a start. Star Trek: Bridge Crew sounds fairly fleshed...

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Potbelly Corporation Announces Departure of Chief Executive Officer Later This Year

Potbelly Corporation Announces Departure of Chief Executive Officer Later This Year

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has risen 62.48% since May 31, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 11.99% the S&P500. The Illinois-based Blair William And Il has invested 0.04% in Potbelly Corp (N...

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Egypt: Daesh claims attack on Coptic Christians killing 29

Egypt: Daesh claims attack on Coptic Christians killing 29

The Interior Ministry said the assailants opened fire as the bus traveled to the St. Samuel the Confessor monastery in Maghagha, about 220 kilometers (140 miles) south of Cairo . The attack was repor...

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Who will suffer the most from USA climate exit?

Trump is merely saying that the Paris agreement "is destructive of economic growth" in the US, Ross said. And congressional leaders upon whom Trump depends to advance his agenda endorsed his acti...

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India making billions for signing Paris deal

Apple is committed to fight climate change and we will never waver."He also sent a mail to all Apple employees stating his disappointment over the USA government's decision to withdraw from th...

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Djokovic trails 2-1 against Schwartzman in Paris

Djokovic trails 2-1 against Schwartzman in Paris

Women's holder Garbine Muguruza continued the improvement of her clay game by reaching the second week of the Paris major for the fourth time in her career. For example, it took Basilashvili unti...

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