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Today β€” July 16th 2018Your RSS feeds

Donald Trump Kicks Off Vladimir Putin Huddle Tweet-Blaming America For Tensions

By Lisa de Moraes

Trump cuddled up to Russian ruler Vladimir Putin in a presser as the two men headed into their Helsinki one-on-one meeting, calling Putin’s hosting of the World Cup, "beautifully done.”

Yesterday β€” July 15th 2018Your RSS feeds

Dance? Easy. The Ballerina Tiler Peck Leaves Her Comfort Zone.

By GIA KOURLAS

A new documentary follows this New York City Ballet dancer as she directs an evening she put together. It changed her: “I know I could run a company.”

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Agricultural industry eyes space data

By Claire Guyot

Data access has become a key issue for the agricultural sector, which could benefit from European space programmes. EURACTIV.fr reports.

Senators Collins and Murkowski, It’s Time to Leave the G.O.P.

By SUSAN FALUDI

If the Senate’s moderate Republican women really want to send a message about women’s health, they can do better than a Supreme Court justice vote.

With Roe in the Balance, Two Republicans Hold High Court in Their Hands

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG

Democrats are practically powerless to stop President Trump’s Supreme Court pick. So all eyes are on Senators Collins and Murkowski to save abortion rights.

In This House, Everyone’s Welcome

By CRYSTAL MARTIN

HealHaus, a new wellness studio and cafe that just opened in Brooklyn, is creating space for people of color.

Four megatrends and the future of work

By Steve Coulter

What will workplaces be like in the future? Will I still have a job that I am trained to do, that doesn’t bore or cripple me? When will I retire, and what sort of world will I be leaving for my children? These sorts of questions are preoccupying Europeans more and more, argues Steve Coulter.

Luca Visentini: β€œNow independence goes together with no social protection”

By Beatriz Rios

For too long, trade unions have failed to anticipate changes in an increasingly volatile labour market. It is time to take a proactive approach and protect workers’ rights, Luca Visentini, secretary-general of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), told EURACTIV.com in an interview.

Negotiators reach quick agreement on law banning data localisation

By Catherine Stupp

EU negotiators sealed an agreement that will allow non-personal data to move freely across the bloc and ban national laws that require companies to store data within a country’s borders.

Did plate tectonics set the stage for life on Earth?

By Lisa Kaspin-Powell, Astrobiology Magazine

A new study suggests that rapid cooling within the Earth's mantle through plate tectonics played a major role in the development of the first life forms, which in turn led to the oxygenation of the Earth's atmosphere. The study was published in the March 2018 issue of Earth and Planetary Science Letters.

Did plate tectonics set the stage for life on Earth?

By Lisa Kaspin-Powell, Astrobiology Magazine

A new study suggests that rapid cooling within the Earth's mantle through plate tectonics played a major role in the development of the first life forms, which in turn led to the oxygenation of the Earth's atmosphere. The study was published in the March 2018 issue of Earth and Planetary Science Letters.

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