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The Human Cost Of Trump’s Rollback On Regulations

 If Tom Ward had to die from his work, he’d rather fall off a scaffold than endure the slow death his father did from the debilitating lung disease silicosis. “I would choose to go much quicker,” he said, “rather than to have my family watch me suffer.” Ward fears that oth

Competition-winning 4th grade robotics team told to 'go back to Mexico

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A group of black and Latino fourth graders from Pleasant Run Elementary in Indianapolis won a regional robotics challenge — and were in turn taunted by lesser-ranked competitors and their parents with cries of "go back to Mexico!" The five-person Pleasant Run PantherBots,

Even Mitch McConnell Doesn’t Think Mexico Will Pay For The Border Wall

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is skeptical that Mexico will pay for the wall President Donald Trump promised to build along the U.S. border.en Politico Playbook asked McConnell if he thought that Mexico would pay for the wall, he replied, ,

Father of slain soldier who criticized Trump says travel rights reviewed

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The father of an American soldier killed in Iraq who came under criticism last year from then-candidate Donald Trump said he has canceled a speaking engagement in Toronto after being notified that his U.S. travel privileges were under review.

Khizr Khan, an American citiz

White House Refuses To Guarantee People Won’t Lose Health Insurance From Repeal

White House deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders declined to assure Americans on Sunday that anyone currently covered under the Affordable Care Act would not lose their coverage under President Donald Trump’s health care plan. Sanders repeatedly dodged the questio

The Human Cost Of Trump’s Rollback On Regulations

The Human Cost Of Trump’s Rollback On Regulations

 If Tom Ward had to die from his work, he’d rather fall off a scaffold than endure the slow death his father did from the debilitating lung disease silicosis. “I would choose to go much quicker,” he said, “rather than to have my family watch me suffer.” Ward fears that other workers will face the same suffocating illness as his father, thanks to the regulatory rollback underway by the Trump administration. Ward’s father spent several years working...

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Competition-winning 4th grade robotics team told to 'go back to Mexico

Competition-winning 4th grade robotics team told to 'go back to Mexico

A group of black and Latino fourth graders from Pleasant Run Elementary in Indianapolis won a regional robotics challenge — and were in turn taunted by lesser-ranked competitors and their parents with cries of "go back to Mexico!" The five-person Pleasant Run PantherBots, three of whom are Latino and two of whom were black, became the target of the racist bullying at both a school auditorium and parking lot at the Plainfield, Indiana, competition, the Indianapolis Star reported. The...

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Even Mitch McConnell Doesn’t Think Mexico Will Pay For The Border Wall

Even Mitch McConnell Doesn’t Think Mexico Will Pay For The Border Wall

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is skeptical that Mexico will pay for the wall President Donald Trump promised to build along the U.S. border. When Politico Playbook asked McConnell if he thought that Mexico would pay for the wall, he replied, “Uh, no.” Having Mexico foot the bill became a rallying cry at Trump’s campaign events last year. “And who’s going to pay for it?” he would ask. “Mexico!” the crowd would shriek in reply. Yet it became clear just days...

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Father of slain soldier who criticized Trump says travel rights reviewed

Father of slain soldier who criticized Trump says travel rights reviewed

The father of an American soldier killed in Iraq who came under criticism last year from then-candidate Donald Trump said he has canceled a speaking engagement in Toronto after being notified that his U.S. travel privileges were under review. Khizr Khan, an American citizen born in Pakistan, had planned to speak at a luncheon in Toronto on Tuesday in a discussion about President Trump's administration, according to Ramsay Talks, a speaker series based in Toronto hosted...

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White House Refuses To Guarantee People Won’t Lose Health Insurance From Repeal

White House Refuses To Guarantee People Won’t Lose Health Insurance From Repeal

White House deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders declined to assure Americans on Sunday that anyone currently covered under the Affordable Care Act would not lose their coverage under President Donald Trump’s health care plan. Sanders repeatedly dodged the question on ABC’s “This Week,” saying Trump had promised to repeal Obamacare and replace it “with something that’s better.” Host George Stephanopoulos pressed Sanders on why, if Trump was so intent on replacing the law with something better,...

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‘Dreamer’ Doctors Fear Deportation Under Trump Migrant Crackdown

‘Dreamer’ Doctors Fear Deportation Under Trump Migrant Crackdown

Belsy Garcia Manrique (left) and Cesar Montelongo are classmates at the Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. Having entered the U.S. as children of undocumented immigrants, they worked hard and long toward their dream of a medical career, but now fear deportation under President Trump. The past few years have been an emotional roller coaster for Belsy Garcia Manrique. The 26-year-old undocumented immigrant from Guatemala studied biology, chemistry and math at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia,...

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John McCain: Attacking The Free Press Is ‘How Dictators Get Started’

John McCain: Attacking The Free Press Is ‘How Dictators Get Started’

Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) gave a staunch defense of the free press Saturday, noting that attacks on the media are “how dictators get started.” Speaking on NBC’s “Meet The Press,” to be aired Sunday, McCain took a swipe at President Donald Trump’s volleys against the Fourth Estate, particularly a Friday tweet in which the press was called the “enemy of the American people.”  Follow Donald J. Trump    ✔@realDonaldTrump The FAKE NEWS media (failing @nytimes, @NBCNews, @ABC, @CBS, @CNN) is not my enemy, it is the enemy of...

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Speaker Paul Ryan's national popularity …

22-04-2017

Speaker Paul Ryan's national popularity sags

Craig Gilbert, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Published 11:24 p.m. ET April 22, 2017 | Updated 23 minutes ago U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan has seen his... Read more

Mats Zuccarello powers Rangers to Game 6…

22-04-2017

Mats Zuccarello powers Rangers to Game 6 elimination win over Canadiens

Andrew Gross, USA TODAY Network Published 10:48 p.m. ET April 22, 2017 | Updated 2 minutes ago New York Rangers forward Mats Zuccarello (36) celebrates... Read more

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Grizzlies win thriller to get even with …

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Grizzlies win thriller to get even with Spurs (Yahoo Sports)

A last-second shot in overtime gave Memphis the win it desperately needed to tie the series with San Antonio.... Read more

Unlikely duo helps score Blues' series w…

22-04-2017

Unlikely duo helps score Blues' series winner (Yahoo Sports)

Vladimir Sobotka, who rejoined the Blues after nearly three years in the KHL, assisted on Magnus Paajarvi's first career playoff goal in overtime.... Read more

DeRozan, Raptors get even with Bucks (Ya…

22-04-2017

DeRozan, Raptors get even with Bucks (Yahoo Sports)

DeMar DeRozan scored 33 points and Kyle Lowry added 18 as Toronto took control down the stretch and knocked off Milwaukee.... Read more

Raptors turn the tide on the Bucks (Yaho…

22-04-2017

Raptors turn the tide on the Bucks (Yahoo Sports)

DeMar DeRozan scored 33 points and Kyle Lowry added 18 as Toronto took control down the stretch and knocked off Milwaukee.... Read more

Technology News

Gillmor Gang: Fossil Fuel

22-04-2017

Gillmor Gang: Fossil Fuel

The Gillmor Gang — Doc Searls, Keith Teare, Frank Radice, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, April 21, 2017. Big Media meets the Big Algorithm... Read more

The MWW Iconik 3 is an inexpensive autom…

22-04-2017

The MWW Iconik 3 is an inexpensive automatic watch for military fans

Manchester Watch Works aka MWW makes small batch watches that are sometimes homages to historic timepieces and are sometimes entirely new design. This model,... Read more

How to make Twitter profitable

22-04-2017

How to make Twitter profitable

Bruce Judson is a bestselling author of books on business and public policy strategy in the evolving digital era. He is a senior IoT adviser... Read more

Is a “robot tax” really an “innovation p…

22-04-2017

Is a “robot tax” really an “innovation penalty”?

Steve Cousins Contributor Steve Cousins is founder and CEO of Savioke , which develops and deploys autonomous robots that work in human environments to improve... Read more

Asia News

Afghanistan in mourning after Taliban at…

22-04-2017

Afghanistan in mourning after Taliban attack on army base

A national day of mourning has been declared after Taliban militants killed at least 140 people in an attack on an army compound in northern Afghanistan. Some say intelligence failures... Read more

Taliban attack underlines shortcomings i…

22-04-2017

Taliban attack underlines shortcomings in Afghan security

Thirteen Taliban militants disguised in military uniforms launched an attack on the Afghan army base in northern Balkh province on Friday, storming it in three military vehicles. They killed most... Read more

Mob attacks man in fresh blasphemy incid…

21-04-2017

A mob in the northern Pakistani town of Chitral on Friday attacked an alleged blasphemer - said to be mentally ill - and then injured six police officers who intervened to... Read more

Business News

Stores are closing at an epic pace

22-04-2017

Stores are closing at an epic pace

This week it was Bebe. Last month it was Staples. In February it was JCPenney.... Read more

Where Apple stands in its quest for 100%…

22-04-2017

Where Apple stands in its quest for 100% clean energy

Apple is producing more than 200 million electronic devices each year. And making all those iPhones, MacBooks and tablets takes an enormous amount of energy.... Read more

See the view from SpaceX's historic miss…

22-04-2017

See the view from SpaceX's historic mission

SpaceX celebrated Earth Day by revealing a stunning photograph of the Earth captured during the company's historic launch last month.... Read more

Clamp down on visas for doctors could hu…

22-04-2017

Clamp down on visas for doctors could hurt these parts of the U.S.

Limiting the number of foreign doctors who can get visas to practice in the United States could have a significant impact on certain hospitals and... Read more

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