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CNN Reporter in North Korea Left ‘Speechless’ By Nuclear Announcement: ‘Huge Win For President Trump’(full title) In a stunning piece of breaking news on Friday evening, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un declared that he will suspend all nuclear and… more »
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Apr 20 2018 05:31 pm  
04/20/18  
Animal species with males who compete intensively for mates might be more resilient to the effects of climate change, according to research by Queen Mary University of London. Moths exposed to increasing temperatures were found to produce more eggs and… more »
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Apr 19 2018 04:55 pm  
04/19/18  
A Georgia mother gave her 13-year-old son a lesson in humility after she noticed he was belittling his classmates at school for shopping at stores like Walmart and Goodwill. Cierra Brittany Forney, fed up with her son’s “entitled” attitude, decided to… more »
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Apr 01 2018 07:29 am  
04/01/18  
If making snowflakes melt was a competition, one Canadian chef would have just taken home the gold. The owner of a Toronto restaurant responded to “animal rights” protesters who had demonstrated outside his business for several days by cutting a fresh… more »
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Mar 29 2018 07:05 pm  
03/29/18  
Elementary-age students -- primarily African-American, Hispanic and English Language Learners -- developed positive attitudes toward science, less anxiety, and greater self-confidence after participating in an after-school program where they grew fruits… more »
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May 23 2017 12:39 pm  
05/23/17  
An excerpt from one of former President Barack Obama's previously unpublished law school papers revealed he believed the American dream was to be like Donald Trump, although he called such a goal "unfounded optimism." At age 29, Obama wrote a… more »
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May 13 2017 10:53 am  
05/13/17  
If you've watched many of the approximately 8.6 million movies in Marvel Comics' Avengers franchise, you may recall Hydra, a Nazi-linked terrorist organization often battled by Captain America. Hydra is named after a mythological, multi-headed snake… more »
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May 13 2017 10:50 am  
05/13/17  
Technology continues to change the way students learn and engage with their peers, parents and community. That is why a professor is working with teachers to develop new ways to incorporate digital tools in the classroom, including playing games such as… more »
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May 12 2017 03:06 pm  
05/12/17  
Public fear is an ally of big government. When fear sets in among the populace -- often with encouragement from self-interested politicians -- the result is usually an expansion of governmental power and a loss of individual rights. Politicians… more »
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May 10 2017 10:35 am  
05/10/17  
Replacing half of the meat eaten worldwide with crickets and mealworms would cut farmland use by a third, substantially reducing emissions of greenhouse gases, researchers say. While consumers' reluctance to eat insects may limit their consumption, even… more »
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May 10 2017 10:35 am  
05/10/17  
The White House launched a new hotline on Wednesday for people to report crimes committed by “criminal aliens,” but some of the callers instead are using the line to report cases of extraterrestrial contact and UFO sightings. The administration set up… more »
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Apr 29 2017 07:26 pm  
04/29/17  
Ever feel like your job in Hollywood or your large trust fund has left you out of touch with the working class in America? Well, now there’s a new way to reconnect with the hoi polloi: Buy a pair of $425 jeans that promise to show “you’re not afraid to… more »
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Apr 28 2017 03:06 pm  
04/28/17  
Animals can match their background to avoid detection by predators. For instance, numerous species have evolved color patterns that help them blend into their surroundings and avoid predators -- a phenomenon called crypsis. A new experimental study… more »
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May 10 2017 10:24 am  
05/10/17  
“Useful arts in 18th Century usage would be what we call engineering or city planning or architecture,” Nye said. Nye’s used the argument before to underscore how “unpatriotic” it is to not have the federal government hand out billions of taxpayer… more »
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Apr 25 2017 02:05 am  
04/25/17  
WASHINGTON (AP) — Global warming's milder winters will likely nudge Americans off the couch more in the future, a rare, small benefit of climate change, a new study finds. With less chilly winters, Americans will be more likely to get outdoors,… more »
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May 10 2017 10:21 am  
05/10/17  
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