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?Now we have a bogeyman?: Trump helps immigration activists raise awareness of deportation issues

?Now we have a bogeyman?: Trump helps immigration activists raise awareness of deportation issuesDemonstrators protest the immigration polices of President Trump on Feb. 11, 2017, in New York City. For many immigrants living in the United States, President Trump?s rhetoric and recent executive orders have become a source of confusion and fear. Undocumented immigrants, by definition, have a vested interest in keeping a low profile.



Ex-cop says Duterte paid him, others to kill crime suspects

Ex-cop says Duterte paid him, others to kill crime suspectsMANILA, Philippines (AP) ? A retired Philippine police officer said Monday that President Rodrigo Duterte, when he was a mayor, ordered and paid him and other members of a so-called liquidation squad to kill criminals and opponents, including a kidnapping suspect, his family and a critical radio commentator.



Norma McCorvey, plaintiff in Roe v. Wade abortion ruling, dies at 69

Norma McCorvey, plaintiff in Roe v. Wade abortion ruling, dies at 69McCorvey died on Saturday morning of heart failure at an assisted living home in Katy, Texas, Joshua Prager, a journalist who is writing a book about the decision, said in an email. A reluctant hero of the abortion-rights movement, McCorvey put her courtroom pseudonym fully behind her in the 1980s when she lent her name to supporters of women's rights.



France denounces cyberattacks blamed on Moscow

France denounces cyberattacks blamed on MoscowSuspected Russian cyberattacks on the French presidential campaign are "unacceptable", France's foreign minister said Sunday, adding it was clear that pro-Europe candidate Emmanuel Macron was being targeted. A spokesman for Macron, who is currently riding high in the polls, has accused Moscow of being behind a flurry of cyberattacks on his campaign website and email servers over the past month. "It's enough to see which candidates, Marine Le Pen or Francois Fillon, Russia expresses preference for in the French electoral campaign," Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said in an interview with Journal du Dimanche.



Russia Calls For New World Order

Russia Calls For New World OrderRussian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Moscow was seeking closer with Washington while also refusing to cower to the NATO militant alliance led by the U.S. 



"Blind Sheik" guilty of 1990s terror plots dies in US prison

"Blind Sheik" guilty of 1990s terror plots dies in US prisonThe so called Blind Sheik, Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of plotting terror attacks in New York City in the decade before 9/11 has died in a federal prison. He was 78.



Debt-saddled Mongolia agrees $5.5 bn IMF bailout

Debt-saddled Mongolia agrees $5.5 bn IMF bailoutMongolia has reached an agreement with the International Monetary Fund on a $5.5 billion bailout package, officials announced, as the debt-wracked country tries to stabilise its economy. The landlocked north Asian nation has been hit hard by a more than 50 percent fall over the past five years in the price of copper, its main export. Billions of dollars' worth of natural resources lie buried beneath Mongolia's sprawling steppes, but development has been delayed for years and slowing growth in its biggest customer China has hobbled the economy.



The geekiest signs from the 'Stand up for Science' rally

The geekiest signs from the 'Stand up for Science' rallyAt a rally full of scientists, things were bound to get a bit geeky. On Sunday, thousands scientists and supporters gathered in Boston's Copley Square to "stand up for science" under the Trump administration.  Their signs were, predictably, quite clever.  My favorite sign so far. #standupforscience pic.twitter.com/2pSlU5UPdz ? Tomas Green (@TomasWGreen) February 19, 2017 I can't tell you how many older people have come up to me today to say, "I remember polio. Thank you." #standupforscience #AAASmtg pic.twitter.com/hrkIY3d5wh ? Kathleen Bachynski (@bachyns) February 19, 2017 #standupforscience (and other essentials) pic.twitter.com/Hy1buB2IWY ? Karin (@Sage_Risotto) February 19, 2017 #standupforscience pic.twitter.com/wZforidd1s ? Caitlin MacKenzie (@CaitlinInMaine) February 19, 2017 Many rally-goers were in Boston for the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world's largest general scientific society. "You don't usually see these kinds of rallies and demonstrations at scientific meetings," Kishore Hari, a chemist-turned-science educator, said ahead of Sunday's rally.  "It's a sign that scientists are feeling not just under attack, but like the integrity of their work is in question," he said.  "We must indeed hang together, or we will hang separately." #standupforscience pic.twitter.com/g8gUNGvOQ6 ? Clapback Nation (@clapbacknation) February 19, 2017 Lots of clever signs, as expected. #standupforscience pic.twitter.com/uJUmo7BfuA ? Kaleigh Rogers (@KaleighRogers) February 19, 2017 The most Boston of signs. #StandUpForScience #Boston https://t.co/tmBqgeI7gT pic.twitter.com/8CAi5T3REs ? Adam Salsman (@asalsman) February 19, 2017 My dad repping it at the #StandUpForScience rally today. #AAASmtg #Boston #ScienceNotSilence pic.twitter.com/Fcwo16PrqB ? Luca Shapiro (@LuccheseCrime) February 19, 2017 #standupforscience #factsmatter A post shared by Miles Grant (@thegreenmilesgrant) on Feb 19, 2017 at 9:36am PST Some signs from the #StandUpForScience rally in #Boston. . . . . #igboston #igersboston #followingboston #bostonbill #boston_community #bostonusa #narcityboston #cityscapeboston A post shared by Juan Ramos (@3_2_juan_) on Feb 19, 2017 at 11:19am PST Scientists at the rally voiced concerns about what they say is President Donald Trump's "anti-science" administration. Trump has tapped cabinet officials who deny the mainstream scientific consensus that climate change is happening, and that human activity is largely to blame. The newly confirmed head of the Environmental Protection Administration, Scott Pruitt, called himself the "leading advocate against the EPA" during his tenure as Oklahoma's attorney general. Since taking office, Trump has also moved to curb the flow of information from key government agencies involved in environmental issues. Along with the EPA, the departments of Interior and Agriculture were ordered to stop sharing information with the public, including through social media accounts. In response to the Trump administration's actions, U.S. scientists have taken the relatively rare step of banding together. Last December, a few hundred scientists held a rally outside the annual fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union. That event ? plus the widespread Women's Marches in January ? have inspired the larger March for Science, a demonstration planned for Earth Day on April 22. "Scientists usually like to be in their labs or their offices, just doing their thing, and rarely do they come together to fight for something," said Astrid Caldas, a climate scientist for the Union of Concerned Scientists, a science advocacy organization. Caldas noted that rallies aren't the only way scientists can speak out. Some people may feel more comfortable engaging directly with policymakers, penning articles, or working behind the scenes. "I think it's important that every scientist's voice is heard," she said. "There are many ways of advocating for science." Hari, the science educator, said he is organizing more than 260 satellite events to coincide with the main March for Science in Washington this spring. "Usually you hear the phrase 'let the science do the talking,'" he said. "I don't think that's going to be the case any more." BONUS: Harvard scientists have created the rarest material on earth



Father and Son Killed In Head-On Collision With One Another

Father and Son Killed In Head-On Collision With One AnotherPolice said alcohol was a factor in the crash.



Rep. Adam Schiff calls Trump's comment about press 'most alarming' remark since election

Rep. Adam Schiff calls Trump's comment about press 'most alarming' remark since electionThe ranking member on the House Intelligence Committee is interviewed on "This Week."