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Trump’s air pollution adviser: No proof cleaning up smog saves lives

Correction on Nov 08, 2018

An earlier version of this story stated that Tony Cox has no medical training. Although he has no medical degree, he applies his risk analyses to health issues. He also helped a tobacco company research “how” smoking causes lung diseases, not “whether” it does. We also added why he told a conference audience that there is no link between air pollution and asthma and heart attacks – because his work suggests other factors could be involved.

The Hate Report: Police vs. antifa

Correction on Sep 07, 2018

A previous version of this story misstated the immigration stance of By Any Means Necessary, the name of the lawyer who filed the Louisiana State Police lawsuit, and the relationship of Zina Bash to the Trump administration. BAMN is pro-immigrant, the lawyer is Thomas Frampton and Bash is a former Trump administration adviser.

The Hate Report: The state of anti-immigrant hate, 2018

Correction on Jun 11, 2018

A previous version of this story misstated the date of the Kansas restaurant shooting. It occurred in February 2017. A previous version also misstated which federal agency employs Julie Kirchner. She is the ombudsman for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.