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A Scottish parliamentary committee has concluded that First Minister Nicola Sturgeon misled parliament. Sky News understands that Holyrood’s harassment committee has reached the conclusion by a majority vote ahead of the publication of its final report. Members have decided that Ms Sturgeon misled the committee itself and, as such, misled parliament and potentially breached the
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9:00 AM ET Hockey fans always approach the NHL trade deadline hoping for exhilaration but end up with several hours of inertia. High prices scare away otherwise thirsty general managers. The rumors of what could happen are ultimately more entertaining than what actually does. That’s a shame, because a great deadline can lead to great
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Courtesy of Union Of Concerned Scientists.By Christian Tae It’s official: renewable resources surpassed coal in 2020 to become the third-largest source of electricity nationwide according to new government data. Continuing their promising trends from 2019, solar and wind energy again made strong gains across multiple states, accompanied by a steep reduction in total power sector pollution. But
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