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The United States federal government cautions individuals versus utilizing conditioner after a nuclear surge. It might trap radiation in your hair.

The United States federal government cautions individuals versus utilizing conditioner after...

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The world's nuclear arsenal has dwindled since the 1950s, but fears of nuclear war still abound. Last month, the US pulled out of a nuclear treaty with Russia that prohibited the two nations from possessing, producing, or testing thousands of land-based missiles. The US subsequently conducted a missile test that would have been forbidden under…
7 things the United States federal government states you need to never ever do after a nuclear surge, from utilizing conditioner to concealing in your vehicle

7 things the United States federal government states you need to...

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A mysterious explosion that killed at least seven people at a Russian military site has reignited concerns about the threat of nuclear warfare. US officials believe the explosion could be the result of a failed test of a nuclear missile Russia is developing called "Skyfall." Shortly after the explosion, authorities in the city of Severodvinsk…
The United States federal government is evaluating monitoring balloons that might track numerous automobiles from 65,000 feet

The United States federal government is evaluating monitoring balloons that might...

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The United States military is testing a new form of surveillance: high-altitude balloons. The tests, first discovered by The Guardian's Mark Harris in an FCC filing, are being conducted in South Dakota through the Sierra Nevada Corporation — a defense contractor employed by the US government. The balloons can float as high as 65,000 feet,…
Federal Government Plans Remarkable Growth Of Migrant Kid Shelters

Federal Government Plans Remarkable Growth Of Migrant Kid Shelters

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Congress passed a bill last week that would allocate $3 billion to the Department of Health and Human Services to improve and expand its shelter network. Cedar Attanasio/AP hide caption toggle caption Cedar Attanasio/AP Congress passed a bill last week that would allocate $3 billion to the Department of Health and Human Services to improve…
Political Leaders, Federal Government Agencies Fight Over Payments Connected To Opioid Epidemic

Political Leaders, Federal Government Agencies Fight Over Payments Connected To Opioid...

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A 5ml dose of liquid oxycodone, an opioid pain relief medication, sits on a table in Washington, D.C., March 29, 2019. During the opioid epidemic, roughly 218,000 Americans have died from overdoses tied to prescription pain pills, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. EVA HAMBACH/AFP/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption EVA HAMBACH/AFP/Getty…
Federal expense would permit tidy energy business to structure like oil business

Federal expense would permit tidy energy business to structure like oil...

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Enlarge / Wind turbines near Palm Springs, Calif. Last week, US senators and representatives introduced bills in the Senate and the House to open up a type of corporate structure originally reserved for oil, gas, and coal companies to clean energy companies. Called a Master Limited Partnership (MLP), the structure currently allows fossil fuel companies…
The Federal government Is Severe About Producing Mind-Controlled Defense

The Federal government Is Severe About Producing Mind-Controlled Defense

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DARPA, the Department of Defense's research arm, is paying scientists to invent ways to instantly read soldiers' minds using tools like genetic engineering of the human brain, nanotechnology and infrared beams. The end goal? Thought-controlled weapons, like swarms of drones that someone sends to the skies with a single thought or the ability to beam…
Senate reintroduces expense to assist innovative nuclear innovation

Senate reintroduces expense to assist innovative nuclear innovation

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Enlarge / The Watts Bar nuclear power plant in Tennessee. Last week, a bipartisan group of 15 US senators re-introduced a bill to instate the Nuclear Energy Leadership Act (NELA), which would offer incentives and set federal goals for advanced nuclear energy. A smaller group of senators originally introduced the bill in September of last…
Judge states Trump can’t re-open Arctic waters that Obama near drilling

Judge states Trump can’t re-open Arctic waters that Obama near drilling

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Enlarge / United States, Alaska, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Kaktovik, frozen lagoon and sea, pack ice formation. Getty Images On Friday, a federal judge ruled that President Trump could not re-authorize drilling in Arctic waters after President Obama removed those waters from drilling in 2016. If the Alaskan judge's ruling withstands appeal, it would mean…
Home Democrats present costs to keep the United States in the Paris Contract

Home Democrats present costs to keep the United States in the...

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Enlarge / The Capitol Building in Washington DC. On Wednesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) joined Rep. Kathy Castor (D-Fla.) in announcing the Climate Action Now Bill, which is intended to stop the United States from exiting the Paris Agreement. President Donald Trump vowed to pull out of the Obama-era agreement in 2017, saying that…

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