Green Party’s Jill Stein could be spoiler

Stein, who was the Green Party nominee in 2012 and is the near-certain standard-bearer this time as well, told The Hill that the likelihood of Trump and Clinton being the major-party nominees “creates a very propitious situation for the American people to actually have some choices.”

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Global clean energy employment rose 5% in 2015, figures show

More than 8 million people were employed worldwide in the renewable energy sector last year as rapidly falling costs drove growth in the industry

Greens party leader, Van der Bellen, Austria’s president-elect talks of uniting country

“Obviously many people in this country feel they have not been seen or heard enough, or both. We will need a different culture of communication, politics that does not focus so much on itself or on publicity but on the real issues, real concerns and fears and even on the anger of some people in this country,” said Van der Bellen.

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Research reveals huge scale of social media misogyny

Labour’s Yvette Cooper at forefront of cross-party campaign aiming to create a national conversation about tackling the growing menace of online abuse

What Algorithmic Injustice Looks Like in the Criminal Justice System

  •  The formula was particularly likely to falsely flag black defendants as future criminals, wrongly labeling them this way at almost twice the rate as white defendants.

  • White defendants were mislabeled as low risk more often than black defendants.

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