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    Ancestral Climates May Have Shaped Your Nose

    Ask anyone what the nose does, and the reply will most likely be related to smell. We appreciate our noses because they help us experience flowers and fresh-baked cookies. In fact, our honkers have another, more important function: They warm and humidify the air we breathe, helping prevent illness and damage in our airways and […]

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    A woman listed a 14-year-old as her unborn child’s father. Now, she is charged with rape.

    A pregnant woman in northeastern Alabama has been charged with rape after authorities said she wrote on a Medicaid application that a 14-year-old boy was the father of her unborn baby. Police and the state department of human resources launched an investigation after 19-year-old Mekenzie Leigh Guffey, of Hollywood, Ala., identified the boy on paperwork for Social […]

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    Trump Warns House Republicans: Repeal Health Law or Lose Your Seats

    WASHINGTON — President Trump offered a closing argument on Tuesday to on-the-fence lawmakers, warning House Republicans that they risked losing re-election next year if they failed to get behind legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Mr. Trump’s warning, delivered in a closed-door meeting at the Capitol on Tuesday morning, came as House […]

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    Hillary Clinton welcomes Donald Trump to the cause of gun control

      For her GOP opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton offered tough words for the gun lobby and mocking ones amid a drive to tighten gun laws in The United States following the ghastly slaughter in Orlando this past weekend. In a Wednesday interview with The Huffington Post, Clinton asserted that she and others […]

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    Trump’s largest budget cuts to NASA

    Out of all of the federal agencies that received budget plans from President Donald Trump yesterday, NASA fared well. But packaged within NASA’s small budget drop-off are some fairly substantial reductions. A couple of the primary approaching missions are canceled, and NASA’s entire education plan, which is responsible for grants and outreach, is removed. The […]

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    A US Ally Shot Down a $200 Drone With a $3 Million Patriot Missile

    Perkins’ discussion during the symposium centered on the intricacy of a military organization in the arena, and the way the interconnected character of air, earth, and sea forces may result in a fragmented response to a risk between the commanders that are in charge of particular regions. “The gut instinct was,” he clarifies, “that is […]

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    Trump Budget Cuts Put Struggling Americans on Edge

    Regina Feltner, a retired nurse, was recovering from side effects of radiation therapy when she got the notice that her heat would be cut off. It was a bone-cold January day. The snow was so high that her daughter had to come over to take the dog out. “I have lung cancer and it’s the […]

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    Trump Says “Obamacare Is Dead,” But Some Conservatives Still Oppose The Replacement Bill

    After meeting with the conservative Republican Study Committee and making some changes to the GOP health care bill, President Trump said he was confident it will pass. But some House Republicans say they still can’t support it. WASHINGTON — President Trump and House Republicans triumphantly announced changes to their Obamacare replacement plan Friday, saying they […]

  • Can You Guess What Type Of Music Each Person Is Listening To? Trivia Quiz

    Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia. It is a paradisematic […]