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Kids' climate change lawsuit can proceed without Trump, judge rules

"When the climate science is brought into the courtroom it will result in the judge finding that the government is committing constitutional violations,” a lawyer said.

Elizabeth Warren's big mistake

Kate Maltby writes that if Elizabeth Warren wants to point out to the American people that she's never lied about her Native American ancestry, she is well within her rights to do so. And she has been grievously provoked. But she's mistaken if she thinks Trump's America is a place where an emotively scored promo video can change the tenor of a ...

Comment period for proposal on DC protests ends tonight

A proposal that would change how protests can be held around some of the capital's most iconic sites has attracted a sizable public response, ...

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Donald and the Deadly Deniers

Climate policy is the ultimate example of Trumpian corruption.

Donald Trump: Climate 'will change back again'

President Donald Trump has said he doesn't believe that climate change is a hoax -- but added Sunday night that "it'll change back again."  

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Richard Branson on dyslexics: We're wired differently

Billionaire businessman Richard Branson overcame dyslexia as a klid. He's now part of an organization fighting to change perceptions of ...

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How Some Environmentalists Hope to Make Climate Change an Issue in the Midterms

Environmentalists hoping to move voters on the issue of climate change have adopted a familiar-sounding strategy: Think globally, act locally. With little sign that concern over climate change will be a top issue for voters in the midterm elections, ...

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Researchers Find Bright Sides to Some Invasive Species

Off the shores of Newfoundland, Canada, an ecosystem is unraveling at the hands (or pincers) of an invasive crab. Some 1,500 kilometers (930 miles) to the south, the same invasive crab — the European green crab — is helping New England marshes rebuild. Both cases are featured in a new study that shows how the impacts of these alien invaders ...

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U.S. government, but not Trump, can be sued over climate: judge

A group of young Americans suing the federal government over lack of action to fight climate change can proceed with their lawsuit, but U.S. President Donald Trump cannot be named as a defendant, a federal judge ruled on Monday.

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Veterans Affairs Lincoln motto is 'exclusionary' to women, petitioners say

Yale students and advocacy groups say motto drawn from second inaugural should be changed to reflect women’s serviceThe US Department of Veterans ...

Priscilla Chan's $61 billion mission to help the next generation

Priscilla Chan always knew she wanted to help children. Now she and her husband Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg are leading the ...

Priscilla Chan's $61B mission to fight disease

Priscilla Chan always knew her life's work would be helping children, but she didn't anticipate having billions of dollars at her disposal to try and change the fate of an entire generation.

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Huge ‘diamond’ sculpture in space could make history

If the purpose of art is to expand our minds, how does that change when the artwork is 350 miles away in low Earth orbit?

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A small privacy change for Google leads to big disruptions for start-ups

Google’s move to cut developers off from scanning people’s Gmail for ad targeting might go unnoticed by most users -- but it could upend a whole segment of apps, highlighting the outsized power and influence Google wields as a gatekeeper of data.

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Trump Visits Florida After Hurricane Michael

Visiting storm-ravaged communities has become a ritual for President Trump. But in another interview, he again declines to acknowledge climate change.

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Adobe Photoshop CC for iPad promises 'real' mobile image editing

You might have noticed that Adobe's slew of announcements at its MAX conference made a reference to Photoshop CC coming for iPad. As ...

Here's how to find out what your Social Security check will be in 2019

Expect to receive an online or paper notice from the Social Security Administration in December detailing how your 2019 checks will change.

Do you like beer? Climate change is going to make your life hell

Beer is the prom king of alcoholic beverages, winning the popularity contest in terms of total volumes drunk. And because its main ingredient, barley, is sensitive to extreme drought and heat, climate change will cause undue pain for all who love their lager, new research suggests.

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Hillary Clinton denies Bill's affair with Monica Lewinsky was an 'abuse of power'

The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee quickly tried to change the conversation to President Donald Trump's own accusations of sexual misconduct.        

The hottest climate science in the world's coldest place

NASA's Operation IceBridge measures ice loss in Antarctica, and its effect on rising sea levels

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Fact-Check: ‘I Don’t Know That It’s Man-Made,’ Trump Says of Climate Change. It Is.

On “60 Minutes,” President Trump backed off his claim that global warming is a hoax. But he also made several new assertions unsupported by science.

WATCH: Trump's comment regarding Christine Blasey Ford: 'We won'

"The View" co-hosts discuss the president's remarks in "60 Minutes" interview about Ford and his comment questioning climate change.

Climate Diaries: Measuring Antarctica's ice loss from the air

Mark Phillips rides aboard NASA's "Operation IceBridge," a DC8 outfitted with equipment aimed at Antarctica measuring ice loss on the continent. ...

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How Robots and Drones Will Change Retail Forever

What if you could store and deliver goods as easily as data? Amazon, Walmart and others are using AI and robotics to transform everything from ...

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Suds shortage? Warming climate threatens world's beer supply

Worldwide, over the next few decades, beer could become more scarce and thus more expensive because of human-caused global warming, a study says.        

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Global Warming to Leave Us Crying in Our Costlier Beer

A new study says global warming may leave people crying in their costlier beer. The international study says bouts of extreme heat waves and drought will cut production of barley, a key ingredient of beer. When that happens, beer prices on average could double. In countries like Ireland, prices could triple. Previous studies have detailed ...

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