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Senate rejects GOP measure to build oil pipeline
Apple barred from pursuing patent claims against Kodak
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Nova Scotia doubles number of temporary foreign workers in past five years
Center for Climate and Energy
Electric Vehicles: Plugging into the U.S. Grid
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Owen Jones: My father, and the reality of losing your job in middle age
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Egyptian women participate in Bush fellowship
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GIFs - The Rebirth of a Medium: DNews Nuggets
Whether you pronounce it like the peanut butter or not, GIFs are back and doing more than ever.New Volvo Has Pedestrian Airbags
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Food and Water Watch
Fracking: The New Global Water Crisis
Monsanto Guilty of Chemical Poisoning in France
Republican Presidential Candidates Should Stop Using Inflammatory Pro-War Rhetoric Towards Iran
Study suggests breakthrough in organ transplants - Los Angeles Times
A small pilot study indicates that following up an imperfectly matched organ transplant with an infusion of the donor's stem cells may free recipients from a lifetime of anti-rejection drugs. If the stem cell technique proves successful, ...
WASHINGTON — Prescription drugs to treat some of the most common chronic diseases, such as high cholesterol and diabetes, may become available over the counter under a plan being considered by US regulators. A college fashion student's dream came true ...
US surgeon general urges politicians to do more to curb teen smoking - New York Daily News
By AP / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS RICHMOND, Va.— More work needs to be done to keep young Americans from using tobacco, including hiking taxes, the US surgeon general's office said in a report released Thursday. Almost one in five high school-aged teens ...
Donepezil For Treatment Of Moderate To Severe Alzheimer's - Medical News Today
A new study, published in New England Journal of Medicine, conducted by Professor Robert Howard at the King's College London Institute of Psychiatry, and funded by the Alzheimer's Society and the Medical Research Council, reveals that the drug ...
Coke changes recipe to avoid scare label - Sydney Morning Herald
Coca-Cola is changing its top secret recipe to avoid having to put cancer warning labels on their beverages. The move came amid mounting pressure from an American consumer watchdog group to ban an additive used in the caramel colouring of cola.
Pink slime to be served in school lunches - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Minnesotans voiced concern after USDA said it plans to buy beef treated with ammonium hydroxide. WASHINGTON - When McDonald's and other fast-food chains announced last month that "pink slime" was no longer being used in their burgers, some thought that ...
Back in September, the traditionally family-friendly Campbell's Soup brand was attracting attention from moms for all the wrong reasons: A report released by advocacy group Breast Cancer Fund found the company's soup to have some of the highest BPA ...
WASHINGTON — Medical device maker Boston Scientific Corp. said Thursday it will pay at least $150 million
Republican race turns to Mississippi and Alabama
Live coverage as Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum and the other candidates turn their attention to the southern states9.30am: Hello and welcome to our...Child abductee featured in Kony 2012 defends film's maker against criticism
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How a $1,000 test could destroy the health-insurance industry (Ezra Klein)
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Miss. Supreme Court Upholds Former Gov. Barbour's Pardons
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Walmart verdict to test SA image
The impending court ruling on the state's appeal against Walmart's R18bn Massmart deal will be a litmus test for SA's reputation among global...
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Posse book popularity declines
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Heiress Huguette Clark's apartments hit the market, listed at $55 million
Brown Harris StevensThe view from one of Huguette Clark's three apartments, 12W, on the top floor of 907 Fifth Avenue in Central Park. At right is...Lawsuit claims rape, misconduct at D.C. Marine Barracks
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Shidvar Island: A safe haven for the sea turtles
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U.S. Tries to Turn Philippine Island in Naval Base
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Pot Legalization Foe Getting Rich off the Drug War
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Reciprocity and Self-Defense in Relation to Targeted Killing ...
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Rescuing the Frog
Molasses, the viscosity of “natural bitumen”, and the FQD
NASA's THEMIS Satellite Sees a Great Electron Escape
When scientists discovered two great swaths of radiation encircling Earth in the 1950s, it spawned over-the-top fears about "killer electrons" and...Jeff Adams – Real Estate Investing
Counting reef sharks with cameras: 'Chum cam' underwater video survey shows that reef sharks thrive in marine reservesStudy pinpoints effects of different doses of an ADHD drug; Finds higher doses may harm learning
Treading Lightly on the Planet
US Attorney General Eric Holder confirms government has right to murder U.S. citizens anywhere, anytime, without legal review
Sheriff's department investigating death of inmate
TED’s first response to Bryan Stevenson’s talk on injustice
This Week in Science
Israel's anti-Iran threats violate IAEA's charter: Soltanieh
Islamic Republic of Iran's Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Ali Asghar Soltanieh, said that the threats by Israel...
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Remarks by President Obama and President John Atta Mills of Ghana
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