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Phillip Phillips: I Would ‘Love To Collaborate With Taylor Swift’

Hollywood Life

The singer spilled on what it was really like meeting the songstress, who just so happens to be a HUGE fan of the ‘Idol’ winner! Could they be making sweet music together?

While attending the Target + FEED USA launch in Brooklyn, New York on June 19, Phillip Phillips, 22, talked about his experience meeting Taylor Swift, 22, and his desire to collab with the songstress! He also dished on joining John Mayer on tour.

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Obama to Announce Major US Nuclear Force Cuts Soon.

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President Barack Obama is set to announce a new round of strategic nuclear warhead reductions in the near future as part of a disarmament agenda that could reduce U.S. strategic warheads to as few as 1,000 weapons.

The next round of U.S.-Russian arms talks would follow Obama’s expected announcement that the United States’ arsenal of strategic warheads can be reduced unilaterally to around 1,000 warheads. That position is expected as part of the Pentagon‘s long-delayed Nuclear Posture Review implementation study that Obama was expected to sign earlier this year.

Recent press reports have indicated that President Obama may make the cuts — fully one-third of the nation’s arsenal — by executive action and without Congressional authorization.

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Specialists on nuclear deterrence say further cuts beyond the 1,550 deployed warheads mandated by the 2010 New START arms treaty…

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Vanishing Snow: Should There Be A Law?

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North Dakota NOAA Article CaptionBy Steve Goreham

Originally published in The Washington Times

Last month, more than 100 ski resorts joined the Business for Innovative Climate & Energy Policy (BICEP) Climate Declaration. The BICEP declaration urges that Americans “use less electricity,” “drive a more efficient car,” and choose “clean energy” to combat climate change. Ski resorts are concerned that global warming will reduce snowfall and hurt the skiing industry.

Skiing executive Auden Schendler said, “Aspen Skiing Company joined the climate declaration because if there is an industry that ought to care about climate change, it’s the ski industry.” The 2007 Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns of a difficult future for the industry: “…snow cover area is projected to contract…mountainous areas will face glacier retreat, reduced snow cover and winter tourism…shifting of ski slopes to higher altitudes.”

There’s just one problem. Continental snowfall has been increasing.

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Kiev- USSR in XXI century…

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Kyiv’s notoriety as the birthplace of Slavic culture is reflected in its’ architecture, language, and traditions of city inhabitants. Ukraine used to be a part of the USSR and of course this period of Ukrainian history was too long to leave no marks. During 15 years of Ukraine’s independent many of soviet era symbols have gone, but some of them still continue to adorn buildings and even surviving statue of Lenin still stands on Besarabs’ka Square. So if you don’t want to miss such exotic sights and venues keep reading this chapter to find out where they are located. History

What to see
Khreschatyk The city’s grandest thoroughfare of slightly intimidating Stalinist architecture of uninterrupted facades reminding a stone carved canyon wall. Many of the original buildings in the city were destroyed in WWII and this street was rebuilt in characteristic soviet style. Khreschatyk is closed to automotive traffic on weekends.

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