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Earth Day - April 22, 2017 Washington DC - Join us on the National Mall

Earth Day March for ScienceThis Earth Day, April 22, Earth Day Network and the March for Science are co-organizing a rally and teach-in on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The day’s program will include speeches and trainings with scientists and civic organizers, musical performances, and a march through the streets of Washington, D.C. The crowd will gather at 8:00am, and the teach-in will begin at 09:00am.

This Earth Day, join the effort to defend the vital public service role science plays in our communities and our world.

Science serves all of us.

TVNL Comment:  Got Polio?  Got Smallpox?  Me neither.  Thank Science!!!

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Trump condos worth $250 million pose potential conflict

Trump condosPresident Trump’s companies own more than 400 condo units and home lots whose sale could steer millions of dollars to Trump, a USA TODAY investigation has found.

USA TODAY spent four months cataloging every property Trump's companies own across the country. Reporters found that Trump’s companies are sitting on at least $250 million of individual properties in the USA alone. Property records show Trump’s trust and his companies own at least 422 luxury condos and penthouses from New York City to Las Vegas, 12 mansion lots on bluffs overlooking his golf course on the Pacific Ocean and dozens more smaller pieces of real estate. The properties range in value from about $200,000 to $35 million each.

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Justice Department threatens to withhold grant money from New York, blasts NYPD for being ‘soft on crime’

NYPD James O'NeillThe Justice Department is threatening to cut off New York from a grant program named after an NYPD officer slain while protecting an immigrant because of New York's "sanctuary city" status — and knocking the city for being “soft on crime.”

"New York City continues to see gang murder after gang murder, the predictable consequence of the city's 'soft on crime' stance," the DOJ charged in a press release announcing the action.

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Sanctuary Cities Face Aid Cuts as Justice Dept. Tightens Screws

Sanctuary cities to be punishedThe Trump administration escalated its confrontation with so-called sanctuary cities that limit cooperation with federal immigration authorities, threatening them anew Friday with the loss of grant money if they do not remove certain barriers.

The Justice Department sent letters to officials in New York City, Philadelphia, California and other places that were singled out last year by the agency’s inspector general for regulations that interfere with the ability of police or sheriffs to communicate with federal immigration authorities about the status of prisoners in their custody.

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DOJ: Russian ‘Superhacker’ Gets 27 Years in Prison

DOJ jails Russian hackerThe Russian “superhacker” who stole and sold millions of credit-card numbers, reportedly causing more than $169 million worth of damage to businesses and financial institutions, was sentenced Friday to 27 years in prison.

As The Daily Beast previously reported, Roman Valeryevich Seleznev, 32, aka Track2, son of a prominent Russian lawmaker, was convicted last year on 38 counts of computer intrusion and credit-card fraud.

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Roger Stone Convinced Trump to Hire Paul Manafort, Former Officials Say

Roger StoneRoger Stone, a former adviser and longtime friend of President Donald Trump, played a pivotal role in getting former campaign chairman Paul Manafort a job, three former Trump campaign officials told The Daily Beast.

Manafort, now the subject of a FBI investigation pertaining to alleged connections between Russian officials and Trump’s campaign, initially joined the campaign in April 2016. His role began with delegate operations, ensuring that the Republican National Convention went off without a hitch and ended in Trump securing the nomination. By May, Manafort was named the campaign chairman and by June, Trump’s first campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, was out.

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Scientists prepare for protest: 'the march should be a starting point'

Sciest s prepare for protestsThe placards are made, the speeches prepared. On Saturday, crowds in their thousands are expected at 500 marches in more than 35 countries to remind the world, and its many politicians, that society cannot thrive without science. It will be the largest show of solidarity for science the globe has ever seen.

Arranged to coincide with Earth Day, the anniversary of the modern environmental movement, organisers hope that the mobilisation of so many can help restore science to what they consider to be its rightful place. But despite healthy support for the events – more than 100 professional societies and organisations have endorsed them – marches alone will not be enough, according to researchers who study protest movements.

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Exxon Won't Get Drilling Waiver for Russia, Mnuchin Says

Exxon refused waiver for sanctionsExxon Mobil Corp. won’t be allowed to bypass U.S. sanctions against Russia to resume drilling for oil in a joint venture that seeks to tap billions of barrels of that country’s crude.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said the decision was made after consultation with President Donald Trump, according to a statement on Friday. Exxon initially requested the drilling waiver in 2015 and pushed for approval every few months since then, according to a person with knowledge of the matter who wasn’t authorized to speak publicly.

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Sessions Leaves Door Open To Prosecuting News Organizations Over Leaks

sessions leaves door open to prosecuting news organizationsAttorney General Jeff Sessions didn’t assuage journalists’ fears Friday that prosecuting WikiLeaks could open the door to charging news organizations for publishing classified information, dismissing such questions in interviews as “speculative” and “hypothetical.”

The Washington Post reported Thursday that the Justice Department is considering prosecuting members of WikiLeaks, including founder Julian Assange, in response to the massive leak of diplomatic cables and military documents in 2010 and the more recent disclosure of documents revealing CIA hacking techniques.

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