Neil deGrasse Tyson blasted an anti-science skeptic who confronted him at a press conference last week when the man tried to convince him that the Large Hadron Collider is an existential threat to mankind but that HIV is not because it doesn’t cause AIDS.
The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office posted another apparent Facebook threat against a man who was detained by Sheriff David Clarke for giving him a look of disapproval — and criticized a local TV station for reporting the incident.
Reporting from Moscow, NBC News foreign correspondent Richard Engel said that there was something of “Trump mania in this country.” But there appears to be less enthusiasm for the new president in other parts of the world.
Here desperation and poverty is the daily bread. Low-wage workers describe surviving on $25 a week for groceries and going hungry, duct taping shoes together, and working injured for months out of fear of being fired if they take time off to see a doctor.