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Happy Halloween! Ready for another terrifying stream of Wonder Womans, Moanas, and babies dressed like pumpkins?

No matter who comes to your door for tricks and treats, we see much scarier things every day in our reporting:
The #EPA is now in the hands of a lobbyist for the coal industry. We’re sure that’s going to go super-duper well for the environment:

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This “Christian charity” is fundraising off the children separated from their parents .… They’re totally not going to hell:

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Family. I am so floored! I have just returned from a beautiful send off of my first hardware into space! @NASAInSight just started its journey from Earth to Mars, & it carries with it a special piece of cargo for this #Navajo #Native in #STEM space.com/40504-nasa-ins…
.I have been working at @NASAJPL for 9 years, & I feel I have finally proven myself in my career. To have been entrusted with the responsibility of designing & delivering a piece of a space mission on behalf of NASA.
.It is somewhat of a prestigious role to be given as a Mech E JPLer. JPL Cognizant Engineers in the past have designed & delivered parts/mechanisms/hardware for @MarsCuriosity, @NASAJuno, @MarsRovers, @CassiniSaturn, @NASAVoyager, #NASAViking, #NASAExplorer, & SO MUCH MORE
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1/ Inspired by @bobplain, here is an #OTD in #RhodeIsland history: On this day, December 19th, in 1675, a ​major ​battle ​in #KingPhilipsWar took place known as ​the ​#GreatSwamp​Massacre. This fight ​topped ​any previous ​brutality ​by ​English ​soldiers ​in ​colonial ​wars...
2/ ...​prior like #PequotWar & #KieftsWar. ​Formally ​neutral ​in the ​war ​in ​early ​1675, ​the ​#NarragansettIndians' territory ​had ​served ​as ​a ​safe ​haven ​4 ​wounded #Native​American, ​mostly #Wampanoag, ​soldiers ​fighting ​in ​the ​conflict. ​The #UnitedColonies...
3/ ...(aka #MassachusettsBay, @Plimoth, #Connecticut & #NewHaven) ​demanded ​the ​#NarragansettIndians ​turn ​over ​these ​combatants, but the natives delayed any formal response. ​John ​Easton, in his "A Relation of the Indian Warr" ​wrote ​that ​soon ​after ​this ​refusal...
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