Chemical companies in the U.S. pumped dangerous substances into the environment, and have deployed tactics to dodge responsibility — including rolling out scantly tested substitute chemicals that are sometimes just as dangerous as their predecessors. nyti.ms/3C4r8Vp
Our democracy faces a crisis that requires action. Now is the moment to reach beyond region, beyond party, beyond self, to save and reinvigorate the sputtering flame of the American idea. That is why we must pass the #FreedomToVoteAct.
The same is true of Trump, Pence and Kushner. America’s prosecutors should step up and charge these three with negligent homicide/criminally reckless homicide/involuntary manslaughter (depending on the state jurisdiction). twitter.com/nytimes/status…
Lucy mission launches to study ancient Trojan asteroids: Project scientist Professor Richard Binzel discusses NASA’s latest interplanetary mission, which is co-led by Cathy Olkin ’88, PhD ’96. mitsha.re/Mpil50GtwTS
EXPLOSIVE NEW VIDEO! #JoeManchinSenatorForSale@Sen_JoeManchin is blocking Joe Biden's agenda.
We found so much vile and provable corruption in Manchin's life and his families life that we could not fit it all into one video. So this is just Part 1.
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Seven seemingly normal Americans came together on Jan. 6 in a brutal assault against three cops at the Capitol.
They didn't know one another until their names appeared on the same indictment.
A look at how they got there w/@DanBarryNYT and @AllMattNYTnytimes.com/interactive/20…
"Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) raised more campaign money in the last three months than in any quarter since she became a senator. And she hit that $1.1 million haul with a big assist from the pharmaceutical and financial industries"
With Bannon’s defiance of his depo subpoena, the Jan 6 Cmte should immediately vote out a referral to DOJ for crim contempt to the full house for a vote. It will take time but civil enforcement is too uncertain and doesn’t provide any deterrence to others considering defiance.
Researchers from MIT and elsewhere analyzed images captured by NASA’s Perseverance rover and found Mars’ Jezero crater was a quiet lake 3.7 billion years ago. “The new information shows the importance of sending rovers to explore the surface of Mars.” cnn.com/2021/10/07/wor…