It was originally started as a lights-off event in Sydney, Australia, in 2007 and since then, has grown to include thousands of cities and towns worldwide. In Brazil, people will be invited to join forces to protect one of the country's many biodiversity hotspots from climate change while citizens in South Africa will raise their voice for renewable energy and in China, WWF is working with businesses to encourage a shift toward sustainable lifestyles.
Police had released surveillance footage of a suspect Tuesday night, but did not say if the man who turned himself in is the man seen in the surveillance. Caughman walked for a block before going to the Midtown South Precinct seeking assistance. Police say a man traveled from Baltimore to New York City with one thing in mind - to make a statement in the media capital of the world by killing black men.
Gorsuch wrote the opinion for a unanimous 2008 decision in which he rejected the claim that the Colorado school district was not doing enough to educate the autistic student. "Please", Durbin said, no one was suggesting that, but a wrong reading of the law. The IDEA [Individuals with Disabilities Education Act] demands more.
Third Case of Avian Flu Found in TennesseeUSAgNet - 03/20/2017A flock of chickens at a second Lincoln County commercial poultry breeding operation have tested positive for avian influenza, according to the Tennessee Department of Agriculture.
The space agency has long monitored its astronauts for health problems after their time in space was over - that's how we know about visual impairment intracranial pressure syndrome, eye damage caused by microgravity. While he has offhandedly mentioned spaceflight in a few of his speeches - and his budget blueprint does outline some of NASA's future - the establishment of the space council is the first real news about NASA's future to come out of the administration since Trump moved into the ...
Google has announced a series of changes to its policies on advertising and hate speech, after several major brands pulled their ads from YouTube earlier this week. The Guardian published an apology by Matt Brittin, Google's head of Europe, the Middle East and Africa, from the Advertising Week conference on Monday in London, but the response was seen as inadequate.