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Trump to Visit California, Economic Engine and Hub of Resistance

Trump to Visit California, Economic Engine and Hub of Resistance

Donald Trump is headed to California on Tuesday for the first time as president.
Nixon’s Daylight Savings Time Still Controversial After 44 Years

Nixon’s Daylight Savings Time Still Controversial After 44 Years

At 2:00 AM on March 11, Americans complied for the 44th year with President Richard Milhouse Nixon’s still controversial “Emergency Daylight Saving Time Energy Conservation Act.”
In Startling Reversal, Scientific American Counsels People to ‘Chill Out’ over Global Warming

In Startling Reversal, Scientific American Counsels People to ‘Chill Out’ over Global Warming

Apocalyptic scenarios attributed to global warming are simply false and the human race will be able to accommodate whatever “climate change” throws at us, claims a remarkably sober new essay in
Saving the yellow-eyed penguin – a photo essay

Saving the yellow-eyed penguin – a photo essay

Photographer Murdo Macleod visits New Zealand’s South Island where conservationists are seeking to protect the endangered yellow-eyed penguin from predation, disease and habitat destructionAt the end
Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World’s Poorest

Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World’s Poorest

On the outskirts of Kakuma in northwestern Kenya. Always arid, the area has become hotter and drier with the onset of climate change.
Increasing Clouds with Rain, Maximum Temperatures 19-24°C

Increasing Clouds with Rain, Maximum Temperatures 19-24°C

Increasing cloudiness from west is forecast for today. Rains will start from northwest, first in Western Bulgaria and in the night in the rest of the country, the National Institute of Meteorology and
We Should Expect Rain and Colder Weather as well as New Virus Attacks

We Should Expect Rain and Colder Weather as well as New Virus Attacks

With the warmer weather, the attack of new viruses begin. This is what Professor Todor Kantardjiev, director of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases, told the Bulgarian National
Vidin governor: No Drinking Water Pollution in Bregovo

Vidin governor: No Drinking Water Pollution in Bregovo

There can be no pollution of drinking water for people in Bregovo, as the pumping station near the areas flooded by the Timok River does not operate, Vidin Governor Albena Georgieva told FOCUS News
New Research on Bad Behavior at Work: It's as Contagious as the Common Cold

New Research on Bad Behavior at Work: It's as Contagious as the Common Cold

Harvard Business Review found that most of us are highly susceptible to bad behavior. We can contract it as easily as the common cold or a flu bug. It's much harder to stay productive.

No room for vegetables? Pot up your plants

Many vegetables grow well in containers located on a patio, porch, balcony or windowsill, so don't let lack of yard space keep you from gardening this spring and summer.

Accurately measuring embodied carbon in buildings

Embodied carbon in the construction industry is a major factor of climate change, but it is rarely measured accurately. A reference text co-edited by an EPFL researcher calls for greater transparency
Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World’s Poorest

Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World’s Poorest

On the outskirts of Kakuma in northwestern Kenya. Always arid, the area has become hotter and drier with the onset of climate change.
Why fashion is the world's most polluting industry

Why fashion is the world's most polluting industry

Fast fashion emits more greenhouse gas emissions than international shipping and aviation combined, and it's getting worse
Heredity May Contribute to Insomnia

Heredity May Contribute to Insomnia

Emerging research has identified specific genes that may trigger the development of sleep problems. Moreover, new findings demonstrate a genetic link between insomnia and psychiatric disorders such as
Is Suicide Linked to Living at High Altitude?

Is Suicide Linked to Living at High Altitude?

A research review discovers high-altitude areas have increased rates of suicide and depression. In the United States, intermountain states were found to have the highest suicide rate with
Mice Study Shows How Others’ Stress Can Alter Brain Just Like Real Thing

Mice Study Shows How Others’ Stress Can Alter Brain Just Like Real Thing

New Canadian research using mice shows that stress transmitted from others can change the brain in the same way as real stress does. The study also shows that the effects […]

The government is close to finishing a climate change report. President Trump won’t like it

The country's top independent scientific advisory body has largely approved a major climate report being prepared by scientists within the Trump administration -- suggesting that another key
Predators Attacked Pelicans in ''Srebarna'' Park

Predators Attacked Pelicans in ''Srebarna'' Park

Predators attacked the pelicans in the Srebarna Park near Silistra, taking advantage of the still frozen surface of the lake. Experts and guards in the Reserve first noticed the predators about a week
Is Coal Waste Leaching Into America’s Drinking Water?

Is Coal Waste Leaching Into America’s Drinking Water?

At more than 70 sites across the country, toxins like arsenic, mercury, and radium are leaching into groundwater from pond-like storage pits filled with the sludgy leftovers of coal burning. That’s

Urban mining: Hidden riches in our cities

Cities hold tons of materials that can be reused — and doing so can address over-exploitation of scarce natural resources. From buildings to electronic waste, we are surrounded by value. So how does