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  1. 2341863 points, 88 submissions: maxwellhill
    1. Scientists slam Donald Trump's environment chief over climate denial: 'It's like disputing gravity' (83863 points, 13887 comments)
    2. With only days until Donald Trump takes office, the Obama announced new rules that will let the NSA share vast amounts of private data gathered without warrant, court orders or congressional authorization with 16 other agencies, including the FBI, DEA and DHS. (69385 points, 14933 comments)
    3. Intelligence chiefs allege Russians have compromising personal information on Donald Trump: The claims allege the now-President-elect had been in contact with Russian intermediaries for five years (63970 points, 14618 comments)
    4. China scraps construction of 85 planned coal power plants: Move comes as Chinese government says it will invest 2.5 trillion yuan into the renewable energy sector (62953 points, 4138 comments)
    5. Elon Musk says the solar roof that will be sold under a combined Tesla-SolarCity will likely cost less than a normal roof to install. (47745 points, 3068 comments)
    6. Scotland considers legally enshrining the 'right to food': '...it would mean the Government and other public bodies would have a duty to ensure everyone has secure access to adequate and affordable food.' (45788 points, 4301 comments)
    7. A judge who asked an alleged rape victim why she “couldn’t keep her knees together” is facing a public hearing to keep his job in Canada (43780 points, 5128 comments)
    8. Elon Musk plans to get humans to Mars in six years: SpaceX founder tells meeting of astronautical experts that his only purpose is to ‘make life interplanetary’, revealing plans for reusable ship to Mars (43282 points, 4791 comments)
    9. Mexico's 'avengers' backed by public sick of crime and lack of punishment: A wave of vigilante killings – such as the bus passenger who shot four robbers – has struck a chord with Mexicans fed up with crime, corruption and impunity (42128 points, 2585 comments)
    10. ‘Alan Turing law’ unveiled by government will posthumously pardon thousands of gay men convicted of historic offences: The Enigma codebreaker's great neice says Government decision is 'absolutely tremendous' (41009 points, 2296 comments)
  2. 550680 points, 22 submissions: anutensil
    1. Google will soon ban fake news sites from using its ad network - Cutting off their revenue streams (71393 points, 4813 comments)
    2. 2 Chinese poachers jailed 30 yrs for slaughtering 226 elephants (43345 points, 2508 comments)
    3. British govt poo-poos winning 'Boaty McBoatface' name for ship - After Internet users overwhelmingly voted to christen Britain's new $300 million research ship "Boaty McBoatface" in an online naming poll, a govt official suggests the name won't be used. (41751 points, 5354 comments)
    4. Eating Endangered Species Is Now Illegal In China (38647 points, 1842 comments)
    5. UN Removes Saudi Arabia From Human Rights Blacklist After Just A Week, Faces Backlash - Rights groups accuse UN of flip-flopping & giving into political manipulation. (32379 points, 1493 comments)
    6. 2,500 Scientists To Australia: If You Want To Save The Great Barrier Reef, Stop Supporting Coal (29280 points, 1588 comments)
    7. Israel Proves the Desalination Era is Here - One of the driest countries on earth now makes more freshwater than it needs (27169 points, 2840 comments)
    8. Canadian Scientists Warn U.S. Colleagues: Act Now to Protect Science under Trump - Back up data and speak out ahead of next month’s inauguration, they advise (25915 points, 3364 comments)
    9. “Yemen is one step away from famine,” UN aid chief warns - 7.1 million are on the brink of starvation. 80% of Yemen needs humanitarian assistance, & 19 of the country’s 22 governorates have reached crisis levels of food insecurity. (24407 points, 2712 comments)
    10. Cannabis legalisation in the UK 'would raise £1bn a year in taxes' - Study calls for UK to follow lead of some US states & allow the sale of cannabis to over-18s in licensed retail stores (21931 points, 2173 comments)
  3. 382218 points, 15 submissions: madazzahatter
    1. Pope Francis refused to equate Islam with violence saying Catholics could be just as deadly & warning Europe was pushing its young to terrorism. "I don't think it is right to equate Islam with violence. In almost every religion there's always a small group of fundamentalists. We have them too." (51860 points, 10428 comments)
    2. In a bid to stop the killing of elephants for their tusks, world governments voted at a major conservation conference to urge the closure of all domestic ivory markets. After fierce debate -- including opposition from governments like Namibia and Japan -- the motion was adopted. (44351 points, 2181 comments)
    3. Russians who practice female genital mutilation (FGM) could face ten years imprisonment under a new bill. The bill says that FGM “has no place in a civilized society,” and was presented to parliament by United Russia deputy Maria Maksakova-Igenbergs. (31119 points, 6418 comments)
    4. They sweat together, they sleep together: in the name of gender equality, Norway has introduced compulsory military service for women, even bunking them in mixed dorms with their brothers-in-arms. Almost a third of the Norwegian army conscripts born in 1997 were women this summer. (30799 points, 5602 comments)
    5. Nigerian man facing execution in Indonesia told court police electrocuted his genitals to force him to confess to possessing heroin...among several prisoners on death row...claims they were tortured and their legal cases riddled with corruption, errors and miscarriages of justice. (27734 points, 1724 comments)
    6. Britain has gone “further than any other Western democracy” in its expansion of surveillance powers and its ability to collect bulk data without justifiable reason, a British MP has said. IP Bill will allow UK intelligence agencies to collect, store and access information about internet users. (24476 points, 2789 comments)
    7. The EU won't sacrifice its high food safety standards for better US auto market access in a transatlantic trade deal being negotiated, German Agriculture Minister Christian Schmidt said Friday. (24275 points, 3904 comments)
    8. Japan has more car charging sites than gas stations as electric vehicles are becoming a more viable option around the country: there are more than 40,000 recharging points for electric cars across Japan, surpassing the 34,000 petrol stations scattered around the world’s third largest economy. (23515 points, 1030 comments)
    9. A ‘leap second’ will be added to the end of 2016: Timekeepers announced Wednesday that on Dec. 31, at 11:59 p.m. and 59 seconds Universal Time (6:59 p.m. Eastern Time), the next second will become 11:59:60. The new year won’t start for another second. (22486 points, 1989 comments)
    10. Greyhound racing will be banned in New South Wales from July 1, 2017, with Premier Mike Baird saying "widespread and systemic mistreatment of animals" cannot be tolerated. Special commission of inquiry found overwhelming evidence of animal cruelty, including mass greyhound killings and live baiting. (17919 points, 1605 comments)
  4. 315992 points, 14 submissions: NinjaDiscoJesus
    1. Pope Francis: There is 'no point' going to church if you don't really believe in it. Pope speaks out against 'Christian parrots' who talk about religion but don't do good deeds, and says forgiveness can be difficult but is necessary in all cases, including domestic violence. (54544 points, 4700 comments)
    2. Cocaine with a street value of up to 50 million euros (£42m) has been discovered at a Coca-Cola plant in France. (36255 points, 3133 comments)
    3. Cannabis ingredient to be classed as medicine in UK. (31601 points, 1469 comments)
    4. A decade on, vaccine has halved cervical cancer rate. (29159 points, 1930 comments)
    5. Delta airlines says all flights suspended "due to system outage nationwide" (22948 points, 3175 comments)
    6. LinkedIn just revealed that the 2012 breach that compromised the accounts of 6.5 million users actually hit more than 100 million users. (22901 points, 1502 comments)
    7. A witness to the disappearance of 43 Mexican students in 2014 has told investigators that federal and municipal police were present when the youths were forced from their bus, according to the country’s national human rights commission. (22757 points, 1707 comments)
    8. The sugar industry began funding research that cast doubt on sugar's role in heart disease — in part by pointing the finger at fat — as early as the 1960s, according to an analysis of newly uncovered documents. (18006 points, 1038 comments)
    9. Scientists have found a microbe that does something textbooks say is impossible: It's a complex cell that survives without mitochondria. (16580 points, 976 comments)
    10. Edward Snowden's bid to guarantee that he would not be extradited to the US if he visited Norway has been rejected by the Norwegian supreme court. (15541 points, 2232 comments)
  5. 284645 points, 8 submissions: green_flash
    1. Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has proposed that Europe should impose a carbon tax on American imports if Donald Trump pulls the United States out of the Paris climate pact. (92536 points, 9660 comments)
    2. Canada Student Loan Repayment Relief: As of November 1, no single Canadian will have to repay their Canada Student Loan until she or he is earning at least $25,000 per year (55601 points, 3317 comments)
    3. Toys R Us yesterday opened its UK stores for a “quiet hour” designed to accommodate the needs of children with autism. Measures included dimmed fluorescent lighting and a ban on music and in-store announcements. (47494 points, 1781 comments)
    4. Edward Snowden says it would be “crazy to dismiss” the prospect of Trump striking a deal with Putin that leads to his extradition and trial, but added: “If I was worried about safety, if the security and the future of myself was all that I cared about, I would still be in Hawaii.” (27479 points, 2878 comments)
    5. Moroccan students boycotted schools on Monday and took to the streets to continue their protests over the gruesome death of a 31-year-old fishmonger who was crushed to death inside a garbage truck as he was attempting to recover his fish after it was confiscated by authorities (20711 points, 1580 comments)
    6. Turkey legalizes cannabis production for medicinal and scientific purposes in 19 provinces (19885 points, 1305 comments)
    7. IKEA vows to be net exporter of renewable energy by 2020 - World’s biggest furniture retailer says it’s going “all in” to have a net positive impact on the climate through renewable energy investment (10706 points, 281 comments)
    8. Milky Way no longer visible to one third of humanity, 60% of Europeans and almost 80% of North Americans, light pollution atlas shows. Scientists describe ‘cultural loss of unprecedented magnitude’. (10233 points, 909 comments)
  6. 265077 points, 11 submissions: EightRoundsRapid
    1. Scientists have identified that mysterious, metallic sound coming from the Mariana Trench - According to a new study, the eerie 3.5-second recording that was picked up by an autonomous vehicle deep in the Mariana Trench is a new type of baleen whale call that no one has ever heard before (38616 points, 1787 comments)
    2. 'Hangover-free alcohol’ could replace all regular alcohol by 2050. The new drink, known as 'alcosynth', is designed to mimic the positive effects of alcohol but doesn’t cause a dry mouth, nausea and a throbbing head (34470 points, 5290 comments)
    3. Anti-surveillance clothing aims to hide wearers from facial recognition | Hyperface project involves printing patterns on to clothing or textiles that computers interpret as a face, in fightback against intrusive technology (32430 points, 1961 comments)
    4. US 'got it so wrong' on Saddam Hussein, says CIA analyst who interrogated dictator | 'We never thought about using weapons of mass destruction,' former Iraqi ruler told CIA (30364 points, 5460 comments)
    5. Russian scientists trapped in Arctic by polar bears face month-long wait for rescue | Russian media reports the five researchers based at a weather station have been encircled by 10 adult bears for the last two weeks (26757 points, 2299 comments)
    6. Magic mushroom ingredient psilocybin could be key to treating depression - studies | Immediate reduction in depression and anxiety for up to eight months seen in patients with advanced cancer given a single dose of psilocybin (22961 points, 2420 comments)
    7. Antibiotics: World leaders sign groundbreaking UN declaration to tackle 'biggest global health threat' | If antibiotics lose their effectiveness then key medical procedures – including gut surgery, caesarean sections, joint replacements and chemotherapy – could become too dangerous to perform (19634 points, 1349 comments)
    8. Tax havens have no justification, say top economists, calling for their abolition | More than 300 economists are urging world leaders at a London summit this week to recognise that there is no economic benefit to tax havens, demanding that the veil of secrecy that surrounds them be lifted. (18730 points, 1734 comments)
    9. Dutch unveil giant vacuum to clean outside air. The system is said to be able to suck in air from a 300-metre radius, and from up to 7 kilometres upwards. It can treat some 800,000 cubic metres of air an hour, filtering out 100 percent of fine particles and 95 percent percent of ultra-fine particles (15750 points, 1374 comments)
    10. Paris mayor unveils new plans to permanently pedestrianise city centre | She said the capital’s current road infrastructure, which is built around cars, is “archaic” and believes there is an “environmental urgency” to act. (14299 points, 920 comments)
  7. 264275 points, 12 submissions: Wagamaga
    1. France will press its G7 partners this month to launch an "irreversible" process to control the prices of new medicines, part of a global drive to make life-saving drugs more affordable (36426 points, 2884 comments)
    2. More than 28,000 people have disappeared in Mexico in the decade since the country began its war on drugs (28542 points, 2146 comments)
    3. Scientists warn of coming global disaster because of water inequality.“We are revealing a global disaster in the making, yet we are seeing very little coordinated response.” (27566 points, 4784 comments)
    4. TTIP: secrecy around talks is 'profoundly undemocratic', MPs say. A German MP said she was given only two hours to read 300 pages (26854 points, 2694 comments)
    5. Scientists caught off-guard by record temperatures linked to climate change. "We predicted moderate warmth for 2016, but nothing like the temperature rises we've seen," (24470 points, 6403 comments)
    6. Obama delivers tough message on Polish democracy. Polish TV has him saying something different. In the clip played on Polish television, Obama was also translated by a dubbed voice-over as saying that “Poland is and will be an example of democracy for the whole world.” (21508 points, 2051 comments)
    7. Muslims in Belgium call for coordinated response to ISIS activity. "We should answer [IS] ideology by ideology and [IS] education by education. We need to emphasize the good way of the religion, which is to build peace. ISIS exploits the verses of Koran in a wrong way and we need to tackle this " (20460 points, 3169 comments)
    8. An indigenous community in the Peruvian Amazon took at least eight public officials hostage to demand help from the central government after an oil spill polluted its lands, authorities said Monday. (20402 points, 748 comments)
    9. Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson are unpatriotic quitters, says Juncker."Those who have contributed to the situation in the UK have resigned – Johnson, Farage and others. “Patriots don’t resign when things get difficult; they stay," (18686 points, 3076 comments)
    10. Decriminalisation Call As 'War On Drugs' Fails. Top public health experts say illicit drug use should be treated as a health issue rather than punishing those who need treatment. (14051 points, 904 comments)
  8. 253360 points, 9 submissions: madam1
    1. President Vladimir Putin on Thursday accused American politicians of whipping up hysteria about a mythical Russian threat as a ploy to distract voters from their own failings in the run-up to the U.S. presidential election. (50100 points, 9206 comments)
    2. The giant panda is no longer an endangered species, following decades of work by conservationists to save it. The official status of the much-loved animal has been changed from "endangered" to "vulnerable" because of a population rebound in China. (46721 points, 1735 comments)
    3. A 117-year-old woman in Mexico City finally received her birth certificate, and died a few hours later. Trinidad Alvarez Lira had waited years for proof that she had been born in 1898. (43751 points, 2112 comments)
    4. A seven-year-old boy who went missing in bear-inhabited forests in northern Japan after his parents said they abandoned him as punishment, has been found alive, according to local reports. (30168 points, 3684 comments)
    5. Women and girls who survived Boko Haram violence were raped by government officials at camps in northern Nigeria where they sought safety, according to a new rights group report. (21360 points, 1816 comments)
    6. Finland is becoming increasingly worried about what it sees as Russian propaganda against it, including Russian questioning about the legality of its 1917 independence. The country shares a 1,340 km (833 mile) border and a difficult and bloody history with Russia, of which it was once a part. (20266 points, 3107 comments)
    7. An Indian minister who said groping at New Year celebrations in Bangalore was caused by women dressing "like Westerners" has caused outrage. Reports have emerged on local and social media of women being molested during festivities on Saturday night. (18025 points, 2459 comments)
    8. An Australian athlete who has competed in six Paralympic Games has been robbed at gunpoint in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro. Liesl Tesch said a man brandishing a gun pushed her off her bicycle and stole it on Sunday. (13150 points, 1575 comments)
    9. BP has decided not to go ahead with its controversial plans to drill for oil in the commonwealth marine reserve in the Great Australian Bight. (9819 points, 242 comments)

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  8. The Prime Minister of Iceland has resigned by Bjartur (80775 points, 5425 comments)
  9. Australians petition to put Steve Irwin on their money. by JoeinJapan (79584 points, 2906 comments)
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