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Karen Graham

Editor-at-Large based in Richmond, VA, United States. Joined on Sep 22, 2013
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Op-Ed: Trump's sick Tweets — 'Send them back from where they came'

President Donald Trump Tweeted on Sunday, calling for immigrants who illegally enter the U.S. to be sent “back from where they came” without going through the judicial process in deportation cases.

Retailers experimenting with blue lights to deter drug use

Wilkes Barre - Colored bulbs cast an eerie blue glow in the restroom of a convenience store where people who inject heroin and other drugs have been seeking the relative privacy of the stalls to shoot up.

Estimated 230,000 gallons of oil spilled in derailment: BNSF

Doon - An estimated 230,000 gallons (870,619 liters) of crude oil spilled into floodwaters in the northwestern corner of Iowa following a train derailment, a BNSF official said Saturday.

Alberta train derails in Iowa, leaking oil into swollen river

Doon - A freight train derailed in northwest Iowa on Friday, leaking crude oil into flooded fields flanking the tracks and raising concerns about the possible contamination of residential water supplies downstream, officials said.

RemoveDEBRIS satellite to begin tests in collecting space junk

The RemoveDEBRIS spacecraft which will demonstrate a range of innovative technologies to clean up space debris has now been deployed from the International Space Station (ISS) and will soon begin its experiments in orbit.

Molson Coors in talks with Canada pot firms as legalization looms

Denver - Another beer-maker is looking for a way to get into the marijuana business. Denver-based Molson Coors Brewing Co. is said to be in talks with several Canadian pot firms on investing and collaboration in marijuana-infused beverages.

Russia also threatens retaliation as tariff war heats up

Russia is the latest country to threaten retaliation against U.S. tariffs imposed on steel and aluminum imports, warning on Friday that American cars could soon face higher taxes.

Evening jog on B.C. beach leads to two weeks in U.S. detention

Nineteen-year-old Cedella Roman, a French citizen staying in Canada, was jogging in White Rock, B.C. when she was stopped by two U.S. border patrol officers. She ended up spending two weeks in a detention center because she had entered the U.S. illegally.

USAF certifies Falcon Heavy — orders satellite launch for 2020

Los Angeles - SpaceX's behemoth Falcon Heavy rocket has won U.S. Air Force's certification before even launching a second time, marking another milestone for CEO Elon Musk's space venture.

Tesla's solar facilities hit as Elon Musk tries to turn a profit

Elon Musk's move to cut nine percent of the Tesla workforce will sharply downsize the residential solar business it bought two years ago in a controversial $2.6 billion deal, according to internal documents and a few former employees.

Massive dust storm on Mars has become a 'global weather event'

A massive dust storm on Mars that covered one-fourth of the planet just a week ago has grown into a global weather event, NASA officials said on Wednesday.

Government releases national Near-Earth Object preparedness plan

While the chance of a large asteroid hitting the Earth may be remote, the consequences would be catastrophic. The federal government released a new report today outlining the steps the nation will take to prevent or prepare the country for such an event.

Green Ontario cancellation means solar investment is moving west

Calgary - As anxious homeowners in Ontario were checking with their window installers Wednesday after incoming premier Doug Ford announced he was canceling the Green On fund, the solar industry began focusing on Alberta and the U.S.

A tsunami of plastic waste is about to be unleashed on the world

The world will soon be dealing with a glut of plastic waste equivalent to 21 times the mass of the Great Pyramids at Giza, with no obvious strategy available for recycling it.

Amazon's Prime Wardrobe now open to all Prime members

All members of Amazon Prime in the U.S. now have free access to Wardrobe, Amazon's fashion service that allows users to try clothes before they buy them.

London's 'Square Mile' to go 100 percent green in October

London - The City of London Corporation has announced its intention to power the UK capital's financial district – which is home to the Stock Exchange and the Bank of England – using electricity sourced from renewables starting in October 2018.

China's answer to trade war — Farmers told to plant soybeans

U.S. President Donald Trump may have bitten off more than he can chew - especially if he thinks the U.S. can beat China in a tit-for-tat trade war. Beijing has previous trade war experience and a lot of tactics at its disposal.

EU will launch retaliatory tariffs against U.S. exports on Friday

Brussels - The European Union triggered the first phase of retaliation against the U.S. over import tariffs imposed for national-security reasons. Making good on its threat to hit the U.S. with retaliatory tariffs, the 'First Phase of Retaliation' begins on Friday.

Despite tariffs, JinkoSolar will produce solar panels in US

New York City - Chinese manufacturer JinkoSolar Holding Co Ltd expects to start manufacturing solar panels at a new factory in Jacksonville, Florida, by the fourth quarter, and production will not be affected by the latest round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese products.

PM to announce by day's end when pot will be legal in Canada

Ottawa - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to announce Wednesday afternoon when marijuana will become legal in Canada at an end of sitting news conference.
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