Pluto could become a planet again depending on changes to the International Astronomical Union’s (IAU) criteria. While some may celebrate Pluto’s return to planetary mnemonics, changing those criteria could potentially add another 102 celestial bodies to the list of planets, the Astronaut reported Saturday.
The NYPD agreed to the revised settlement on Monday. However, it is still subject to approval by a judge. Under the new change, the civilian representative has the ability to report violations to the court any time and would be required to report systematic violations any time they occur.
One million accounts could be compromised and for sale on the dark web. A user called SunTzu583 is auctioning off 500,000 Gmail accounts for 0.0219 bitcoin ($28.24) in one auction and 450,000 in another for 0.0199 bitcoin ($25.74).
The ADL is concerned that the surge in reports of anti-Semitic graffiti, racial slurs and other hate-related behavior is the result of white supremacist groups’ recent outreach efforts on college campuses.
It’s been six weeks since Trump’s presidency began, and the cultural shifts are already taking root it seems. The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business examined the way men bargain with women and found that prior to Trump’s victory in November, men tended to work things out gently.
On Monday, Exxon Mobil announced it would be expanding its manufacturing capacity at 11 new and existing sites in Texas and Louisiana as a part of its Growing the Gulf initiative.
In an interview to CNN on Monday, Peskov reiterated that Moscow does not have “the slightest intention” to play any role in US internal affairs, including in its presidential elections.
The concept of sanctuary cities is deeply embedded in Western tradition. In biblical times, shelter was offered even to those who might have qualified as “bad hombres” in the eyes of President Trump.
JERUSALEM — Many Israelis are buoyed by signs that President Trump will be a friend to Israel. But the recent wave of toppled tombstones and threats against Jewish centers in the United States has at least as many worrying that his rise may also not be good for Jews.
MONROVIA, Liberia — Bernice Freeman was chatting with some market women, trying to explain why it was so important that they leave their food stalls to vote for the first woman to be elected president of an African country, when she noticed some boys laughing nearby, waving something white.