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In Latest About-Turn, Trump Says Human Activity And Global Warming Connected

President-elect Donald Trump told New York Times reporters and editors he would keep "an open mind" when it came to deciding whether or not to pull out of the United Nations global warming agreement. It seems unlikely that Trump - who has called global warming a hoax perpetrated by China - has dramatically changed his views on climate change.

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Rowling, we may have needed you now more than ever. Corden's bumbling character missed Scamander's fantastic beasts and instead confiscated his mouthwash, which was in a container larger than the TSA allows on flights. The character motives aren't substantially clear while the film plays out like a typical origin story , with a tendency to slow down in bits and picking up in visual bursts as the " Fantastic Beasts " chew the scenery.

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Supermoon puts on a show around the world

However, supermoon is rarely used within the scientific community as many researchers prefer to use perigee full moon or perigee new moon . However, cloudy conditions hampered the efforts of United Kingdom sky-gazers to see the supermoon as the natural satellite came closer to Earth than it has in decades.

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Oakland schools anti-Trump protest draws moreā€¦

The city-wide student protest drew more than 1,000 students to the Fruitvale BART station, according to law enforcement authorities. Undocumented student Brenda Valencia, 19, was wearing a sign that read, "Undocumented, Unapologetic and Unafraid".

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Clinton leads Trump by over 2 million in popular vote

Five times in USA history and twice this century the popular vote victor has "lost" the presidential election because of the slavery-tainted Electoral College. As of Wednesday afternoon, Clinton leads Trump by 1.82 million votes, 63,964,956 to 62,139,188, according to preliminary figures, reports CNN. Trump, who once criticized the Electoral College as undemocratic, now salutes it as having a "certain genius".

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US stocks recede from record highs; drugmakers skid

Stocks recouped earlier losses and closed higher on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Tuesday, as investors were relieved by the lack of major damage from a powerful quake in northeastern Japan the same day. In late-morning trades, the benchmark Nikkei 225 Index is rising 74.90 points or 0.42 percent to 18,042.31, off a high of 18,061.57 earlier. Construction and mining equipment maker Caterpillar gained $2.05, or 2.2 percent, to $95.67.