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Arnold Doesn’t Care What You Think About Climate Change

Arnold Doesn’t Care What You Think About Climate Change

Arnold Schwarzenegger said he has no worries whether someone agrees with him about climate change, but he said if you disagree, there are higher chances of you dying with the rest of the population.

The famous philanthropist and former California governor has been fighting against climate change since long. His recent letter came at the time of the COP21 Climate Conference which was scheduled to take place in Paris.

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 striking success suggests space business may be on verge of a breakthrough

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 striking success suggests space business may be on verge of a breakthrough

There is an image that could prove iconic one day. The picture features a sparkling 14-story rocket, in fire and smoke haze, gently touching down at Cape Canaveral's Landing Zone 1, only minutes after a payload delivery into space.

E. Coli continues to sicken Chipotle Customers, Stock Tracking Lower

E. Coli continues to sicken Chipotle Customers, Stock Tracking Lower

E. coli outbreak is not going to leave Chipotle Mexican Grill anytime soon. A second outbreak with different strain has sickened five of the restaurant chain’s customers. Amid sickening people, shares of the company are also sinking.

Here is Why Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Legalizes Medical Weed

Here is Why Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Legalizes Medical Weed

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos announced that he has signed a decree to legalize the production and distribution of medical marijuana. The new decision has put Colombia in a wave that is currently sweeping Latin America.

Bird Enthusiasts Participate In Annual Christmas Bird Count in big number

Bird Enthusiasts Participate In Annual Christmas Bird Count in big number

The National Audubon Society's 116th annual Christmas Bird Count, which started last week, has been attracting several birders from over the region. This bird count takes place every year and runs from mid-December until early January.

Several enthusiasts join the bird count to unleash their inner birder and collect data on the migratory bird species that fly over the south for the winters.

Judicial Watch files Lawsuit against Government over Climate Change Study

Judicial Watch files Lawsuit against Government over Climate Change Study

Judicial Watch announced Tuesday that it has filed a lawsuit against Obama administration in an attempt to get documents related to a controversial climate change study published this summer.

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