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Doomsday Clock moves 30 seconds closer to midnight, naming Trump high among world threats

Doomsday Clock moves 30 seconds closer to midnight, naming Trump high among world threats

Referencing the uncertainty ushered in with the election of President Donald Trump, the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists on Thursday moved its Doomsday Clock 30 seconds closer to midnight, a sign the world faces more danger than it did previously.

The Bulletin, an international nonprofit based in Chicago, has reset the clock 22 times since 1947, the dawn of the nuclear age and the Cold War. And before this week's change has moved the time only in one-minute increments.

The group's statement says despite Trump being in office only days, the "global security...

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