EPA Ordered to Ban Pesticide Linked to Learning Disabilities in Children

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently received orders from a federal judge indicating that the organization must ban a popular pesticide which has been linked to learning disabilities in children. Former chief of the EPA, Scott Pruitt, constantly refused to limit the pesticide’s sales. Now that Pruitt is no longer in charge, the measure has finally moved forward. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled in favor of banning the pesticide. The Court argued that the pesticide ultimately violated the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. Said law…

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Lindsay Lohan Says #MeToo Movement Makes Women Look Weak

American Actress Lindsay Lohan recently sat down for an interview with The Times during which she revealed her true feelings regarding the #MeToo Movement. Her opinion has sparked outrage among many. Lindsay Lohan slammed for saying #MeToo makes women "look weak" https://t.co/jCz3NpcPmj pic.twitter.com/0SVM9pgzUK — CNN (@CNN) August 9, 2018 According to Lohan, the #MeToo Movement, which encourages women to take a stand against sexual harassment and assault, makes women look weak: “If it happens at that moment, you discuss it at that moment,” Lohan said. “You make it a real thing…

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Indigenous People Are At Risk of Extinction

Yesterday was the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. Indigenous communities are defined as peoples who continue to practice pre-colonial traditions which are distinct from modern society. There are approximately 370 million indigenous people in the world today, residing in over 90 countries. Although they only make up about 5 percent of the global population, they constitute around 15 percent of the world’s most impoverished peoples. Protecting indigenous culture and heritage is immensely important. However, indigenous people’s very existence is being threatened by land grabbing extractive industries, such as…

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Meet The Only Female Boss of a Major Satellite Company

Abimbola Alale is currently the only female boss of a major satellite company in Africa, The Middle East, and Europe. Alale is proud to hold the title of managing director and chief executive officer of Nigerian Communication Satellite, Ltd. Upon discovering that she was the only female CEO at the Mederleson in Africa Satellite Operating Association meeting in Washington, Alale found a new desire to encourage women and girl to pursue software and computer application. “Do not limit your views to your discipline alone. Let me tell you in case…

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Trump’s In-Laws Became U.S. Citizens Through “Chain Migration”

U.S. President Donald Trump has consistently spoken against so-called “chain migration,” the process by which immigrants whose relatives are U.S. citizens can find permanent residency in the U.S. Trump has also demonstrated a noticeable lack of knowledge on the subject. Now, he has found himself on the other end of the argument. Trump utilized the same program to bring his Slovenian in-laws, Viktor and Amalija Knavs, to the U.S. One of the Trump family’s lawyers stated publicly: “Once [the in-laws] had the green card, they then applied for citizenship when they…

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