(Reuters) – A climate change advocacy group on Tuesday sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for banning certain scientists from serving on its advisory committees, a move the group said will give business an unfair influence on policy. The lawsuit, filed on Tuesday by the Union of Concerned Scientists in federal court in Boston, reflects
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LONDON (Reuters) – Force India could have a new name before Formula One’s pre-season testing starts in Spain next month. A spokesman for the British-based Formula One team said on Tuesday that plans had yet to be finalised, however. “A name change ahead of the new season remains a possibility,” he said. “If it happens
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Verizon Communications Inc on Tuesday reported quarterly revenue that exceeded analyst estimates as it added phone subscribers, and the company’s chief executive said it was not currently considering a large media acquisition. Analysts have wondered whether Verizon, the No. 1 U.S. wireless carrier, will buy a media company as its rival
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The following statements were posted to the verified Twitter accounts of U.S. President Donald Trump, @realDonaldTrump and @POTUS. The opinions expressed are his own. Reuters has not edited the statements or confirmed their accuracy. @realDonaldTrump : – Even Crazy Jim Acosta of Fake News CNN agrees: “Trump World and WH sources dancing in end zone: Trump wins
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MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian figure skater Ksenia Stolbova and ice dancer Ivan Bukin will not be allowed to take part in next month’s Olympic Games, the Russian Figure Skating Federation said on Tuesday, citing a directive from the International Olympic Committee (IOC). “The unfounded and absurd decision once again demonstrates the IOC’s inability to eschew
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TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan chastised a Kyoto University stem cell research team led by Nobel laureate Shinya Yamanaka on Tuesday after a team member fabricated data in his paper, saying it shook people’s trust in scientific research. Education Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi’s comments came a day after Kyoto University announced that a researcher at Yamanaka’s research
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HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) – While the Pentagon plays down patrols close to Chinese-controlled reefs and islands in the South China Sea, Beijing is sounding the alarm about them, seeking to justify what experts say will be an even greater presence in the disputed region. Chinese officials publicized the latest U.S. “freedom of navigation patrol”, protesting
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