Archive for November, 2018

Just weeks after 2018's Election Day, signs are clear: 2020 Senate campaigns are currently underway

Massive fundraising in Maine. A countdown clock in Alabama. Calls and texts encouraging potential challengers in Colorado. Just a few …Read the Rest

Renault-Nissan leaders to meet amid tensions over Ghosn ouster

Renault-Nissan executives will attempt this coming week to shield their joint operations from a looming power struggle between the carmakers, …Read the Rest

Taiwan ruling party accepts defeat in southern city mayoral race

Taiwan’s ruling pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party on Saturday admitted defeat in the mayoral election in the key southern city of …Read the Rest

Sources: Ayers may be Kelly's replacement

As the President considers replacing White House chief of staff John Kelly, Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff, Nick …Read the Rest

Opinion: Trump's crime against humanity

President Donald Trump, Florida Gov. Rick Scott, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, and others who oppose action to address human-induced climate …Read the Rest

Scientists want to dim the sun

November 23, 2018
Scientists want to dim the sun

Scientists are proposing an ingenious but as-yet-unproven way to tackle climate change: spraying sun-dimming chemicals into the Earth’s atmosphere. Source: …Read the Rest

The federal report says climate change could shrink the economy and kill thousands. These findings run counter to Trump's message that climate change is a hoax

A new US government report delivers a dire warning about climate change and its devastating impacts, saying the economy could …Read the Rest

CNN meteorologist responds to Trump's climate tweet

After a President Donald Trump tweet incorrectly suggested cold temperatures discredited global warming, CNN meteorologist Chad Myers shows one cold …Read the Rest

A slippery trade: oil slump proves bears right

The latest collapse in oil prices has proved some investors right in their lack of confidence in energy stocks this …Read the Rest

Oil prices hit year low; OPEC considers output cut

Oil prices fell to their lowest in more than a year on Friday, on course for their biggest one-month decline …Read the Rest