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Thursday November 5th, 2020 evening edition

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49% Facebook Employees Don’t Believe It Had Positive Impact On World

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One of the key findings reported by Buzzfeed is that only 51% of employees believe that Facebook is having a positive impact on the world.

Only 51% of Facebook employees believe that the company is making a positive impact on the world.

In a nutshell, more and more employees from within a company are not sure about Facebook being a positive influence. »

A Fort Hood soldier has been arrested in the killing of Chelsea Cheatham

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(CNN) A Fort Hood soldier has been arrested in connection with the 2019 killing of 32-year-old Chelsea Lynell Cheatham in Killeen, Texas, according to a news release from the Killeen Police Department.

He is being held on charge of first degree felony murder and his bond has been set at $1 million according to Bell County inmate records.

Although officers tried to revive her, Cheatham was pronounced dead at the scene, the release said. »

The biggest trees capture the most carbon: Large trees dominate carbon storage in forests

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Researchers examined the aboveground carbon storage of large-diameter trees (>21 inches or >53.3 cm) on National Forest lands within Oregon and Washington.

They found that despite only accounting for 3% of the total number of trees on the studied plots, large trees stored 42% of the total above-ground carbon within these forest ecosystems.

Dr Mildrexler argues that this is among the most effective short-term options for stabilizing climate change and providing other valuable ecosystem services:. »