A woman warned GM about warming. Men didn't listen
A General Motors scientist who did pioneering research on climate change in the 1960s faced pervasive sexism by male colleagues who largely dismissed her work.
A Twitter account operated by the Interior Department's press staff went on the defensive yesterday after critics slammed a video posted by Secretary David Bernhardt.
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