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What Trump’s nominees are saying today about science and climate at their Senate hearings


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20 January
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Ending weeks of speculation, President-elect Donald Trump has asked National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins to remain in his position. It is not clear for how long.


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20 January
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The Seattle metro area ranked as the best region for people in tech, science and math. Photo credit: Shutterstock.

It’s no secret that there’s soaring demand in the job market for science, technology and math skills. As more organizations install technology to move faster, the need for these skills is seeping into all corners of U.S. companies. But there are regions where technical knowledge generates more opportunities and particularly handsome rewards.


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20 January
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Over the past few weeks, we’ve gotten notes from Verge Science readers wondering why news from the incoming Trump administration has seeped into our science coverage. I wasn’t surprised: it’s tempting to believe that science is apolitical. But science and politics are plainly related: science is the pursuit of knowledge, knowledge is power, and power is politics.


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19 January
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As the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States approaches, actor Alec Baldwin said he plans to spoof the incoming president as much as he can.

“I’m gonna do ['Saturday Night Live'] as much as I can,” Baldwin told ABC News, “and there’s discussions about other venues we might pursue to further express our gratitude and admiration for the Trump administration.”


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19 January
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Concentrations of CO2 in the atmosphere today are higher than any time in the last three million years, and are increasing more

Concentrations of CO2 in the atmosphere today are higher than any time in the last three million years, and are increasing more rapidly than at any point in the last 66 million years


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19 January
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Scientists are hoarding data on global temperatures, in case President-elect Donald Trump tries to wipe it off government Web sites or block public access to it. Ahead of Trump’s inauguration the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) has released stricter guidelines to protect scientists from government interference, and for many it feels like that safety net could not have come soon enough.


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