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Islamist wins Egyptian presidency
The Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Mursi is declared the winner of Egypt's presidential run-off, beating former PM Ahmed Shafiq with 51.7% of the vote.
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- Rio ends with corporates warningThe Rio+20 summit ends with an agreement from world leaders that charities say represents a "missed chance" to tackle environmental problems.June-22-12 6:55:01 PM
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- Sumatran rhino born in captivityA Sumatran rhinoceros, one of the world's most endangered species, gives birth in Indonesia, the fourth recorded case of one being born in captivity.June-23-12 2:34:09 AM
- Seagrass could help coral reefsResearch headed by a Swansea University marine biologist offers a potential solution for endangered coral reefs around the world's oceans.June-23-12 8:01:01 AM
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This Week in Civil Liberties (6/22/12)
Again, Apple gets all the attention
Tropical Storm Debby threatens Louisiana, Florida
Tropical Storm Debby crept up the Gulf of Mexico early Sunday, threatening to bring flooding and tornadoes to parts of the Gulf coast.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
SaskNotes: The Shield or the Sword? The Saskatchewan Labour Legislation Review
Carbon Farmers of Australia
Carbon Farming: “Show Me The Money”
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
Promoting Low-Carbon Innovation at Rio+20
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The Stream, June 21: How Much Water Does Fracking Use?
Orwellian: NSA Can't Say If It Spies On You Because It Would Violate Your Privacy
Daily News Egypt
Pan-Muslim body may participate in UN Syria observer mission
Torture in U.S. Prisons? Historic Senate Hearing Takes Up Solitary Confinement's Devastating Toll
Endangered Sumatran Rhino Gives Birth
The birth was only the fourth in captivity for the species in more than a century.Why Didn't I Think of That?
EPA - Radiation
EPA to Hold Citizen Science Workshops in New York and New Jersey; June 19 in New York City and June 20 in Edison, New Jersey
EPA - Water science
2012 Beach Grants
Food and Water Watch
Distribute Free Condoms to Students in New Jersey Public Schools
Egypt Tightens Security Ahead of Presidential Election Results - Businessweek
Turkey goes to Nato over plane it says Syria downed in international airspace
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That Thing In The Gulf Is Now Tropical Storm Debby
* Wonder how that compares to Mr. No Change's promises
in-mind.org - Psychology for You
Yahoo Toolbar, How Hipster Are You, Smule, Dove sweepstakes, more on this week’s top 20 emerging Facebook apps
Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s Message to Iran’s Leaders: “Bend to the will of the people”
Queen East Construction News (Updated June 20)
III-12-023: NRC Concludes its Review of FENOC'S Root Cause Analysis of Davis-Besse Shield Building CracksII-12-044: NRC Issues Order to Tennessee Valley Authority Regarding Falsified Documents During Watts Bar Unit 2 Construction
Overtly 'girly' scientists alienate potential students
Egypt on alert as election result imminent
Zimbabwe humiliate Proteas
Zimbabwe have yet again humiliated the Proteas, this time cruising to victory in the tri-series T20 final at the Harare Sports Club.
'Who I Am': N.Y.C. Council Speaker On Politics, Faith
Obama Conspiracy Theories
Matt Sandusky: From staunch defender to possibly his father's most damning accuser
As a sequestered jury deliberates the fate of Jerry Sandusky, his adopted son is now saying he was one of former Penn State assistant coach's...Reuters: In the new Myanmar, the gulag endures
Disclosure day, GOP vs. IRS and more in Capital Eye Opener: June 21
Who Should Be NDA's Prime Ministerial Candidate?
Iranian-American Rapper Shatters Stereotypes
Pesticide Action Network
Senate Farm Bill voting underway — call now!
Political MoJo | Mother Jones
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Here's one I won earlier: Europe's Inventor Awards celebrate our finest new ideas and their creators
Lichen can survive in space: Space station research sheds light on origin of life; potential for better sunscreensPredicting treatment response in central nervous system diseases: Simple way of avoiding dangerous side effects?
Readers respond to "A Man-made Contagion" and Other Articles
Malaysian swap deal best, to beat people smugglers, says Aussie FM
Do We Need A 'Circle Section' Registry To Prove Digital Ownership?
This Week in Science
Readers respond to "A Man-made Contagion" and Other Articles
Iran-Iraq trade ties stand at $10bln
Iranian Interior Minister Mostafa Mohammad Najjar said the volume of Iran's trade exchanges with Iraq amount to approximately $10 billions, but...Russian "Zarubezhneft" says no progress on oil projects with Iran
NATO to meet on Syria's downing of Turkish plane
Man crushed by 16ft cactus
FDA Rejects New Use for Blood Thinner Xarelto
The FDA has decided -- for now -- against allowing the new blood thinner Xarelto to be used to treat patients with blocked coronary arteries.Smartphone Addiction
Grumpy Leon the Lemur has enough of rainy June and steals an umbrella
Remarks by the President at the NALEO Annual Conference
A Surprise Ending on Watergate’s 40th Anniversary
Zoe - It's our Nature
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Most Americans oppose health law but like provisions - Chicago Tribune
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Most Americans oppose President Barack Obama's healthcare reform even though they strongly support most of its provisions, a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed on Sunday, with the Supreme Court set to rule within days on whether the law ...
Singles try to sniff out love at pheromone parties - Boston.com
June 23, 2012|Amy Taxin, AP Sniff your way to love? Singles who have attended so-called pheromone parties haven't ruled it out. The get-togethers — which have been held in New York and Los Angeles and are planned for other cities — ask guests to submit ...
When a headache never goes away - Boston.com
By Deborah Kotz, Globe Staff I get occasional migraines, and the only good thing about the throbbing pain, nausea, and depressed mood is the sense of euphoria that comes when the pain finally lifts. For some headache sufferers, however, the pain never ...
'The Danger Of Magnets In The Home' - Medical News Today
Magnetic toys are growing in popularity, but so is the accidental ingestion of magnetic elements among children. In a letter published in The Lancet, Doctors highlight the dangers of swallowing magnets and advise parents to take extra care that their ...
By Lisa Baertlein (Reuters) - While US food companies are making healthier breakfast cereals for children, they're also aiming more ads for their unhealthiest products at kids, according to a report issued on Friday. The "Cereal Facts" study from Yale ...
The podium is prepared ahead of the arrival of Republican Party presidential candidate Mitt Romney for an event in San Diego on March 26, 2012 in California. (Image credit: AFP via @daylife) Last week, Mitt Romney gave a speech in Orlando, ...
By Pallab Ghosh Science correspondent, BBC News The H5N1 bird flu virus could change into a form able to spread rapidly