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The Senate Just Repealed a Ban on Aggressive Hunting on Wildlife Refuges

The Senate Just Repealed a Ban on Aggressive Hunting on Wildlife Refuges

The Tuesday vote was nearly entirely along party lines, with Republicans voting to undo the Obama Administration's restrictions and Democrats voting against the measure, the Washington Post reports...

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Scientists Use Spinach Leaves To Grow Beating Heart Tissue

Scientists Use Spinach Leaves To Grow Beating Heart Tissue

In order to create the artificial heart, the scientists stripped the plant cells from the spinach leaves , sending fluids and microbeads similar to human blood cells through the spinach vessels and t...

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Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters crowned Miss SA

Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters crowned Miss SA

The star-studded event was attended by the likes of Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba and local singer Lira. Maps Maponyane, Unathi Msengana, Cameron van der Burgh, Bridget Masinga and Claudia Henke...

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United Nations fears 200 died in coalition airstrike on Mosul

United Nations fears 200 died in coalition airstrike on Mosul

While the investigation is predicted to take between two to three weeks, it has been reported that if the building collapse is found to be the result of the USA -led strike, it would mark the deadli...

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Hudson Valley residents split over failure of GOP health bill

Hudson Valley residents split over failure of GOP health bill

HR3762 was vetoed by President Obama in 2016. "Hopefully they'll get it right next time", said Anthony Canamucio, the 50-year-old owner of a barbershop in Middletown Township, Pennsylvania. He issue...

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Texas congressman resigns from Freedom Caucus

Poe was in favor of the Republican legislation, but the Freedom Caucus argued the proposal did not go far enough in repealing the 2010 Affordable Care Act, popularly known as Obamacare. Trump had cour...

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Freedom Caucus Members: Health Care Debate 'Isn't Over'

US equity index futures fell to a six-week low on Sunday in a sign Wall Street would start the week defensively after Republicans pulled legislation to overhaul the USA healthcare system in a stunning...

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Atheists, more religious people least afraid of death

Atheists, more religious people least afraid of death

Very religious people are among those least afraid of dying, according to a team of researchers - but so are atheists. But, how much do you fear death? The study found fear of death was correlat...

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Updated NCAA Women's Tournament bracket: Stanford advances to Final Four

Updated NCAA Women's Tournament bracket: Stanford advances to Final Four

But the ball went out of bounds to the Irish with 2.3 seconds remaining. Akire Ogunbowale caught the inbounds pass and drove to the basket, and McCall blocked the shot from behind. "It's an incredible...

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US Coast Guard Suspends Search For 2 Missing Men After Extensive Hunt

US Coast Guard Suspends Search For 2 Missing Men After Extensive Hunt

A group of 15 Chinese college students on Spring Break had chartered the boat, majority from Colorado State University. "The thoughts and hope of our CSU community are for the safety of our students i...

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McDonald's posts tweet insulting Trump, quickly deletes it

McDonald's posts tweet insulting Trump, quickly deletes it

In a betrayal worthy of Shakespeare, McDonald's has savaged its most loyal customer, U.S. president Donald Trump. The company earlier had said it was notified by Twitter that its account was "compromi...

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Police make another arrest related to London attack

Police make another arrest related to London attack

Retired window cleaner Leslie Rhodes, 75, from Clapham, south London, was pronounced dead on Thursday evening when his life support machine was turned off. "The case is historic, he was not part of th...

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Colorado Lawmakers Bound to Protect Pot Crackdown

Colorado Lawmakers Bound to Protect Pot Crackdown

These fears grew in February, when White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer warned of "greater enforcement" of medical marijuana. This attitude is known to be the most courageous attempt by a U.S. Th...

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Budget Director Mick Mulvaney says 'Washington won' in failure to repeal Obamacare

When the gathering broke up, Rep. Greg Walden of OR, chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee that helped write the bill, told reporters: "We gave it our best shot". GOP leaders had targeted Th...

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Maintenance Olaparib Shows Impressive PFS Benefit for BRCA+ Ovarian Cancer

Maintenance Olaparib Shows Impressive PFS Benefit for BRCA+ Ovarian Cancer

Lynparza reduced the risk of disease progression by 70%, leading to a better 19.1 months of PFS, compared to a placebo, which resulted in 5.5 months of PFS in the investigator-assessed analysis. Base...

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Trump Admin May Let States Impose Medicaid Work Requirements

Trump Admin May Let States Impose Medicaid Work Requirements

Just hours after Ms. Verma was sworn into office Tuesday, the CMS and HHS chiefs sent a letter to state governors declaring a commitment to improved collaboration on Medicaid programs and call...

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Earth Hour 2017: Don't turn on the lights this weekend

First launched in 2007 in Australia, Earth Hour has become an annual event, mobilizing hundreds of millions of individuals to participate in one of the world's largest grassroots movement for the envi...

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1 dead, 1 injured in shooting near Vegas' Cosmopolitan hotel

After a lengthy standoff, the armed suspect surrendered, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police said. Authorities believed an individual who was on a bus that was traveling on the strip is responsible fo...

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North Korea escalates threats against US, South Korea

On Friday, the USA said it had imposed sanctions on 30 foreign companies or individuals for allegedly violating export controls on Iran, North Korea and Syria. "And then the question is, what are we a...

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Easter egg hunt set for April 9

The Greater Huntington Park and Recreation District invites you and your canine companions to the Paws in the Park Easter Egg Hunt, set for 6 p.m. Friday, April 7, at the Ritter Park Fountain area. Pr...

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Rescues follow boat accident in Port Aransas

Saturday. The U.S. Coast Guard has seized a Mexican fishing boat and detained its five crewmembers in a poaching investigation off the Gulf Coast waters of South Texas. He reportedly suffered a seve...

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Gonzaga, Oregon win through to Final 4

Let's not minimize one iota the accomplishment of the Zags in this particular year. "I'm so impressed with how Villanova did a year ago, " Few said. This marks Gonzaga's first Final Four appearance ...

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Most cancers caused by random DNA mistakes

Most cancers caused by random DNA mistakes

Dr. Bert Vogelstein , a co-author of the recent study , said that people have to know that these cancers would have occurred no matter what they did to prevent them. That's one reason the risk of ca...

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Kid asks good question at NCAA tournament press conference, reporter gets upset

Thankfully, the majority of the feedback has been positive and you can be sure Max will get a chance to ask a few more questions this weekend and hopefully many more over a long career should he choos...

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Colorectal cancer rates appear to be increasing among young adults

Colorectal cancer rates appear to be increasing among young adults

In addition, changing some of your lifestyle habits can help lower your risk of colorectal cancer, such as exercising regularly, opting for a diet rich in vitamins and calcium, quitting smoking and lo...

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Novartis AG (NVS) Given Consensus Recommendation of

Novartis AG (NVS) Given Consensus Recommendation of "Hold" by Analysts

Stock is now moving with a positive distance from the 200 day simple moving average of approximately 0.34%, and has a solid year to date (YTD) performance of 5.56% which means the stock is constantly ...

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Health care pulled at president's request

Pam Holt, an IBM retiree, said she is lucky because her former employer contributes to her health insurance premiums. Republicans argued for years that this was one of the reasons why health plans w...

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Iraq probes reports of civilian deaths in Mosul

Iraq probes reports of civilian deaths in Mosul

Residents reported two airstrikes hitting a residential area on March 13 and 17. According to an eyewitness, the attack in Baghdad Street, in the suburb of Aghawat Jadidah, appears to have been ...

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United States man awarded $100000 for taking a bullet for Indian techie

United States man awarded $100000 for taking a bullet for Indian techie

Ian Grillot who showed huge courage at the Kansas shoot incident where Kuchibhotla was killed has been honoured in America by the Indian Americans. Indian Ambassador to the United States Navtej Sarn...

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De Kock earns praise for gutsy display

De Kock earns praise for gutsy display

Only 41 overs were possible with almost three hours of play lost because of the weather. But it was the early morning removal of South African talisman Faf du Plessis for 53 that will give the Black...

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