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Peter Thiel is Pushing Donald Trump to Use Private Space Companies at NASA

December 21, 2016 Peter Thiel is hard at work on Donald Trump’s transition to the presidency—vetting nominees, corralling Silicon Valley honchos, and, now, making sure there is room for private enterprise at the world’s premiere space agency. The controversial tech investor, who this year made a winning bet on Trump that outraged many...

Peter Thiel is Pushing Donald Trump to Use Private Space Companies at NASA

December 21, 2016 Peter Thiel is hard at work on Donald Trump’s transition to the presidency—vetting nominees, corralling Silicon Valley honchos, and, now, making sure there is room for private enterprise at the world’s premiere space agency. The controversial tech investor, who this year made a winning bet on Trump that outraged many...

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What It’s Like to Work at the Department of Energy as Donald Trump Takes Over

December 15, 2016 The Department of Energy is in turmoil as US president-elect Donald Trump’s team moves in to take over. Why? The DOE, mainly responsible for American nuclear programs, is one of the most scientifically driven organizations in government. Its national research labs employ more than 100,000 scientists and engineers; its work...

Biggest Names in Tech Are Meeting with Donald Trump. They Will Have Much to Discuss

December 14, 2016 Silicon Valley’s boldfaced names are heading east to pay their respects to the president-elect at Trump Tower. Among the expected attendees at the Dec. 14 closed-door meeting: Apple CEO Tim Cook, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, Oracle co-CEO Safra Catz, Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins, IBM...

What a Trump Presidency Means for NASA and Future of Space Exploration

November 22, 2016 NASA’s scientific mission doesn’t make the U.S. space agency immune to the politics of presidential transitions. After all, there are billions of dollars of programs and funding at stake. Witness the hand-off in 2008 from President George W. Bush to Barack Obama: The future of an expensive plan known as...

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What a Trump Presidency Means for NASA and the Future of Space Exploration

November 22, 2016 NASA’s scientific mission doesn’t make the US space agency immune to the politics of presidential transitions. After all, there are billions of dollars of programs and funding at stake. Witness the hand-off in 2008 from US president George W. Bush to Barack Obama: The future of an expensive plan known...

Trump’s Attorney General Could Scrap Rule Protecting State-Legalized Marijuana

November 21, 2016 The US marijuana industry’s vibrant growth in the grey area of federalism could be threatened by president-elect Donald Trump and his preferred choice for Attorney General, Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions. Sessions, an early backer of Trump’s presidential campaign and an outspoken critic of US immigration policy, is also an opponent...

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How Far Behind is Donald Trump's Presidential Transition Compared to Obama's?

November 18, 2016 Donald Trump disputes claims that his presidential transition is in disarray, blaming leaks from job-seekers for a creating a false picture. But we don’t need to look at what anonymous sources are saying to see that the transition is falling behind. We can compare Trump’s efforts to what Barack Obama...

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Hacked Emails Show Eric Schmidt Played a Crucial Role in the Clinton Campaign's Election Tech

November 2, 2016 “I met with Eric Schmidt tonight,” John Podesta, the longtime Hillary Clinton adviser, told campaign manager-in-waiting Robby Mook in April 2014, more than a year before Clinton announced her candidacy for president. The e-mail, stolen by Russian hackers and published by Wikileaks, details the billionaire Alphabet chairman’s interest in backing...

Hacked Emails Show Eric Schmidt Played Crucial Role in Team Hillary’s Election Tech

November 1, 2016 “I met with Eric Schmidt tonight,” John Podesta, the longtime Hillary Clinton adviser, told campaign manager-in-waiting Robby Mook in April 2014, more than a year before Clinton announced her candidacy for president. The email, stolen by Russian hackers and published by WikiLeaks, details the billionaire Alphabet chairman’s interest in backing...

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