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19 Jan 2017 01:33 AM EST

On Wednesday, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's choice to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, said that he will review the Obama administration's recent decision to lock in fuel efficiency rules. Last week on Friday, outgoing EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy finalized a decision that the landmark fuel efficiency rules instituted by President Barack Obama should be kept through the year 2025. According to government sources, the 2025 rule is not a new regulation, so the EPA under Trump and Pruitt would have to go through a long process before withdrawing it and would most likely face lawsuits from environmental groups if that step was initiated.

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19 January, 2017
Obama Tells The Press "America Needs You"

In his final White House press conference on Wednesday, President Barack Obama delivered a passionate defense of journalism's vital role in a healthy democracy. He told a packed briefing room, “America needs you and our democracy needs you. We need you to establish a baseline of facts... Read more

18 January, 2017
Study Shows Coffee's Anti-Inflammatory Effects

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18 January, 2017
New Study Shows Heavy Alcohol Use In Teens Effects Brain Activity

18 (UPI) -- Researchers at the University of Eastern Finland studied the effects of long-term heavy alcohol use in adolescence and found it altered certain brain functions. The study, the first of its kind to analyze long-term effects of alcohol in adolescents, found that heavy alcohol use can alter... Read more

18 January, 2017
Canadian Adult Coloring Book

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18 January, 2017
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