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President Trump Defends Environmental Record on Earth Day

President Trump Defends Environmental Record on Earth Day

His proposed budget cuts for things like the National Institutes of Health and the Environmental Protection Agency gave the March for Science an even greater sense of urgency. "I think part of the onus is definitely on scientists for not communicating very well", she said. Laura Olesen, is a realtor who was at the rally, "I think we all need to fight for what's right and fight our nation and fight for the planet as people say there's no planet me, and I believe in science", she said.



Facebook murder suspect was recognized at McDonald's drive-thru

A patrol trooper was not able to stop in time and slid into Stephens' vehicle. Lane was placed into protective custody while police were searching for Stephens, before at last, Stephens was found by police before taking his own life after a tense police chase.


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America's "Facebook Killer" Shoots Himself After Police Chase

Detectives spoke with the suspect on Sunday by cellphone and tried to persuade him to surrender, police said. An employee at the restaurant immediately called 911. The shooting video was visible on Facebook for almost two hours before it was reported, the company said. But some social media experts, including Kurasawa, say Facebook relies too heavily on users to police violent content.


Scientists Worldwide Fight Back Against Anti-Science Trump Agenda

Scientists Worldwide Fight Back Against Anti-Science Trump Agenda

The march and speeches ended, fittingly, with organizers pointing activists and scientists to the New Jersey State Museum next door, which includes a planetarium. Bearing protest signs and many wearing lab coats, thousands of scientists from around the United States began gathering here to express their objections to the cutbacks in scientific research proposed by President Donald Trump.


NEW INFORMATION: Dad worries about sons if science spending cut

NEW INFORMATION: Dad worries about sons if science spending cut

While American organizers have said the marches planned there are nonpartisan, they admit the Republican administration under Donald Trump - who has vowed to slash the research budgets of top USA agencies - "catalyzed" the movement. While billing itself as nonpartisan, the movement clearly sees the Trump administration, which has expressed skepticism about man's role in climate change and has eased regulations on coal and oil production, as a threat to science.