In today’s trending stories, China and the U.S. have agreed to lower carbon emissions by 2030, which the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions calls an “extremely hopeful sign.”
Some 20,000 nurses in California are going on a two-day strike to protest the lack of protection in hospitals when it comes to Ebola treatment. Eighty-eight hospitals — 86 of which are owned by Kaiser Permanente — are to be affected.
And it may be November, but the midwest is facing an early bout of winter. Other parts of the U.S. can soon expect the same.
Finally, director Quentin Tarantino announced he may retire after his 10th film. Currently, he’s working on his eighth, titled The Hateful Eighth.
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