Maine state government sues to stop unhinged anti-abortion protester from screaming at clinic

Maine state government sues to stop unhinged anti-abortion protester from screaming at clinic

David Ferguson The attorney general of the state of Maine has filed suit against an individual anti-abortion protester whose screams are so loud that they are audible inside the Portland Planned Parenthood building. According to the Portland Press-Herald, Brian Ingalls is the target of a lawsuit issued by state Attorney General Janet Mills which prohibits

What’s it like to see auroras on other planets?

What’s it like to see auroras on other planets?

The Conversation Witnessing an aurora first-hand is a truly awe-inspiring experience. The natural beauty of the northern or southern lights captures the public imagination unlike any other aspect of space weather. But auroras aren’t unique to Earth and can be seen on several other planets in our solar system. An aurora is the impressive end

Elizabeth Warren: Congressional favor let Wall Street keep $10 trillion in risky swaps

Elizabeth Warren: Congressional favor let Wall Street keep $10 trillion in risky swaps

International Business Times

Congress has been warned: No more favors for big banks. That’s the message from Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Elijah Cummings, D-Md., who announced Tuesday that a financial reform repealed last year in the “Cromnibus” budget package allowed Wall Street to keep some $10 trillion in risky swaps in federally insured accounts. In letters to federal…

These shocking images reveal what sea level rise will look like in some of the world’s most iconic places

These shocking images reveal what sea level rise will look like in some of the world’s most iconic places

Climate Central Long-term sea level rise set in motion by near-term carbon emissions threatens major coastal cities across the world. Here we present paired images showing how iconic locations — in London, Shanghai, Mumbai, Sydney, Rio de Janeiro, Durban and New York — could fare under scenarios of business as usual vs. a sharp transition to

Chris Christie attacks Clinton — but not GOP rivals

Chris Christie attacks Clinton — but not GOP rivals

International Business Times

Perhaps the most heated battle at Tuesday night’s undercard Republican primary debate wasn’t between GOP candidates — it involved New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. Christie, who was dropped from the mainstage GOP debate to the kid’s table last week due to low poll numbers, kept pivoting from his rivals to the…