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Aug 21, 2019

Poll: Nearly 1 in 5 Americans Says Pain Interferes With Daily Life
How do Americans experience and cope with pain that makes everyday life harder? We asked in the latest NPR-IBM Watson Health Poll.

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Aug 21, 2019

Subtle Differences In Brain Cells Hint at Why Many Drugs Help Mice But Not People
A detailed comparison of mouse and human brain tissue found differences that could help explain why mice aren't always a good model for human diseases.

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Aug 21, 2019

In The Brisk Horror-Comedy 'Ready Or Not,' Bluebloods Are Out For Blood
The film, about a wealthy clan who play a deadly game of hide-and-seek with a young woman (the fantastic Samara Weaving) marrying into the family, is fast, fun and not for the squeamish.

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Aug 21, 2019

Indian Relay Celebrates History And Culture Through Horse Racing
One of the ways Native tribes in the West celebrate their history and culture is through annual summer horse races. They're known as Indian Relays, and tribes call them America's first extreme sport.

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Aug 21, 2019

Court Limits Display Of South Africa's Old Apartheid Flag, Citing Hateful Legacy
Saying the flag immortalizes an era of racial segregation, the Equality Court rules that it is "a vivid symbol of white supremacy and black disenfranchisement and suppression."

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Aug 21, 2019

New Trump Policy Would Permit Indefinite Detention Of Migrant Families, Children
The new policy would end the Flores Settlement and allow the government to hold families with children without a deadline, in a change from the way cases are handled today.

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Aug 21, 2019

China Vows Sanctions On U.S. Firms For Arms Sales To Taiwan
The State Department approved an $8 billion sale of fighter jets and related equipment to the self-governing island. China views the sale as a violation of its sovereignty.

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Aug 21, 2019

Trump Says Russia Should Be Allowed Into G-7, Moscow Wants Talks To Continue
"I think it's much more appropriate to have Russia in," President Trump told reporters. In Russia, the foreign ministry spokeswoman said discussions should move from the media "to the expert level."

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Aug 21, 2019

Trump Says Russia Should Be Allowed Into G-7; Moscow Wants Talks To Continue
"I think it's much more appropriate to have Russia in," President Trump told reporters. In Russia, the Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said discussions should move from the media "to the expert level."

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Aug 21, 2019

'This Is It. I'm Going To Die': India's Minorities Are Targeted In Lynchings
"It's like they are trying to erase us — erase all of my people," says the widow of a Muslim dairy farmer who died after being assaulted by a mob while he was transporting cows.

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Aug 21, 2019

March For Our Lives, No Longer Protesting In Streets, Unveils Gun Control Plan
The group says its plan could prevent 200,000 gun deaths over 10 years. It calls for creating a national registry and starting a buyback program and creating a national gun czar.

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Aug 21, 2019

'Floating Coast' Reads Like A Eulogy To The Natural World — With A Sliver Of Hope
The triumph of this book is how Bathsheba Demuth pulls seemingly disparate threads together into a net of actions and consequences from which the whales, the Yupik, and our children can't escape.

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Aug 21, 2019

'The Outlaw Ocean': A Forgotten Frontier Where Slavery And Illegal Activities Abound
Ian Urbina combines stellar investigative reporting skills and straightforward writing to convey what lies on the other side of the ocean — opposite cruise-ship vacations to beautiful beaches.

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Aug 21, 2019

More U.S. Towns Are Feeling The Pinch As Recycling Becomes Costlier
The U.S. recycling industry is facing a quandary: Too much of the plastic we use can't be recycled, and taxpayers increasingly are on the hook for paying for all that trash to hit the landfills.

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Aug 21, 2019

Do Your Wurst. Food Pun Haters, The Yolk's On You
If you relish puns, then you'll love a new game that gives you two food-themed topics to blend into one deliciously bad joke. The food pun is so beloved, there's even one in the story of Adam and Eve.

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Aug 21, 2019

China Confirms British Consulate Employee Held On 'Administrative Detention'
Hong Kong resident Simon Cheng disappeared on Aug. 8 during a business trip to neighboring Shenzhen. A Chinese official confirmed his arrest on Wednesday, saying it is an internal matter for Beijing.

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Aug 21, 2019

How A Tip — And Facial Recognition Technology — Helped The FBI Catch A Killer
Even as civil libertarians warn about the increased use of facial recognition by federal authorities, the bureau is using it to track down some of its most wanted suspects.

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Aug 21, 2019

Buoyed By Fresh Support, Rep. Al Green Plans New Call To Impeach Trump
Green says he'll bring his articles of impeachment to the House floor for a fourth time. More than 120 House Democrats now say they support an inquiry.

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Aug 21, 2019

To Honor John McCain, His Wife Says, Americans Could Be Nicer To One Another
Cindy McCain, the Arizona senator's widow, marks the first anniversary of his death by asking Americans to engage in acts of civility. "We're missing John's voice of reason right now in so many ways."

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Aug 21, 2019

Employers Struggle With Hiring Undocumented Workers: 'You Cannot Hire American Here'
Unauthorized immigrants often do manual, low-paying jobs, and employers say they have no choice but to hire them. But the White House and advocates for lower immigration say the law is the law.

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Aug 21, 2019

Florida Could Serve As Example For Lawmakers Considering Red Flag Laws
Florida adopted a red flag law last year after the shooting that killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Since then, courts there have approved about 2,500 risk protection orders.

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Aug 21, 2019

Australian Court Upholds Sex Abuse Verdicts Against Cardinal Pell
The former archbishop of Sydney and high-ranking Vatican official was sentenced in March to six years in prison for abusing two 13-year-old choirboys in the 1990s.

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Aug 21, 2019

Trump To Skip Visiting Denmark After Prime Minister Says Greenland 'Not For Sale'
The president said he would postpone a planned trip to the Scandinavian country after Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen called his idea of buying the island "absurd."

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Aug 20, 2019

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross Abruptly Resigns
An aide to Philadelphia's mayor said Ross failed to act on allegations of sexual, racial and gender harassment and discrimination in his department.

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Aug 20, 2019

Former Arkansas VA Doctor Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter In 3 Deaths
A former pathologist was under scrutiny after being found drunk on the job. A review of his work found more than 3,000 misdiagnoses of patients.

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Aug 20, 2019

Ex-MLB Players Luis Castillo, Octavio Dotel Linked To Alleged Dominican Drug Lord
The Dominican attorney general said Tuesday that the former professional baseball players supported a drug running and money laundering network led by César Emilio Peralta.

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Aug 20, 2019

Italy's Premier Resigns In Fight Within His Coalition Government
In a scathing speech to the Senate, Giuseppe Conte railed against his right-wing coalition partner Matteo Salvini, who wanted to hold a vote of no-confidence against him.

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Aug 20, 2019

Want To Know What's In Your Sweat? There's A Patch For That
Scientists are getting closer to developing a wearable patch that can measure hydration and other health markers — in sweat. The hope is it could give athletes more data to boost their performance.

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Aug 20, 2019

U.S. Recycling Industry Is Struggling to Figure Out A Future Without China
China is no longer taking the world's waste. The U.S. recycling industry is overwhelmed — it can't keep up with the plastic being churned out. This doesn't bode well for our plastic waste problem.

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Aug 20, 2019

2 Condos Were Illegally Converted Into 18 Micro Apartments In NYC
"The ceiling heights were 4.5 feet to 6 feet tall on each level, depending on where you were standing," says a spokesperson for the New York Department of Buildings.

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Aug 20, 2019

El Salvador Woman Who Lost Her Pregnancy Is Acquitted Of Homicide In Retrial
Evelyn Beatriz Hernández was originally sentenced to 30 years in prison in El Salvador, which has one of the strictest abortion laws in the world.

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Aug 20, 2019

Salvadoran Woman Who Lost Her Pregnancy Is Acquitted Of Homicide In Retrial
Evelyn Beatriz Hernández was originally sentenced to 30 years in prison in El Salvador, which has one of the strictest abortion laws in the world.

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Aug 20, 2019

Notre Dame Repair Crews Are Back To Work, But Paris' Lead Concerns Remain
Environmental and labor groups complain the cleanup should have begun sooner, and they are concerned about health risks in Paris.

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Aug 20, 2019

A Guide To What's Happening In Hong Kong
For months, Hong Kong has been at a boiling point, teeming with protesters and police officers. Here's an overview of what's been going on and why.

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Aug 20, 2019

Julián Castro Is 10th Democrat To Qualify For September Presidential Debate
The former HUD secretary made the cut just over a week before the deadline to hit polling and fundraising benchmarks. Less than half the field is likely to make it on stage in Houston next month.

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Aug 20, 2019

Ironic, Informal And Expressive, 'New Rules Of Language' Evolve Online
A lively new book by Gretchen McCulloch dissects the common vernacular that forms the cornerstone of online communication. Because Internet parses emojis, lols and punctuation — or lack thereof.

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Aug 20, 2019

Restrictions On Abortion Medication Deserve A Second Look, Says A Former FDA Head
The FDA heavily restricted mifepristone — a drug that ends early pregnancies — when it approved it 19 years ago. A former FDA commissioner asks whether the current restrictions should be revisited.

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Aug 20, 2019

Kim Gordon Announces 'No Home Record,' Her First Solo Album
Hear the album's opening track.

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Aug 20, 2019

22 Texas Towns Hit With Ransomware Attack In 'New Front' Of Cyberassault
Investigators haven't identified who or what is behind the attack that took systems offline, but the Texas Department of Information Resources says the evidence points to "one single threat actor."

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Aug 20, 2019

23 Texas Towns Hit With Ransomware Attack In 'New Front' Of Cyberassault
Investigators haven't identified who or what is behind the attack that took systems offline, but the Texas Department of Information Resources says the evidence points to "one single threat actor."

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Aug 20, 2019

Colombia Kindly Offers Free Health Care To Venezuelans - Up To A Point
The government has promised to welcome migrants from neighboring Venezuela as "blood brothers." But more than 1 million newcomers are adding to the stress on an already strained health-care system.

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Aug 20, 2019

Billie Full Of Grace
The only place Holiday received formal vocal instruction also gave her bad-girl cred and an ambitious spiritual discipline. It was The House Of The Good Shepherd For Colored Girls, a Catholic convent.

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Aug 20, 2019

Why Do We Find True Crime Fascinating? 'Savage Appetites' Looks For An Answer
With her well-researched, beautifully written book, Rachel Monroe addresses the desire to consume stories of murder and mayhem — and what it reflects about us and the world around us.

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Aug 20, 2019

We Did It For The LOLs: 100 Favorite Funny Books
We thought you might need a laugh right about now, so this year's summer reader poll celebrates all the books (and one short story, and a few uncategorizable gems) that make you laugh out loud.

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Aug 20, 2019

The Case For Summer Vacation
Economists have long criticized summer vacation as economically inefficient. But one has come to its defense.

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Aug 20, 2019

Britain's Boris Johnson Appeals To EU To Drop 'Irish Backstop' Demand
The prime minister, in a letter to EU Council President Donald Tusk, calls the backstop deal reached by his predecessor "anti-democratic and inconsistent with the sovereignty of the U.K."

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Aug 20, 2019

How China Uses Twitter And Facebook To Share Disinformation About Hong Kong
Russia gets most of the attention when it comes to malicious use of social media by state actors. The protests in Hong Kong have made clear China is using the same playbook.

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Aug 20, 2019

Poll: Americans, Including Republicans And Gun Owners, Broadly Support Red Flag Laws
People are hotly divided about many gun restrictions — but not on extreme risk protection orders. They allow police to temporarily take guns from people seen to be a risk to themselves or others.

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Aug 20, 2019

Unanswered Questions Leave Californians Worried About Fire Season
Warm temperatures have Californians again bracing for wildfires. But to better prepare, the residents of Ventura say they need a clearer picture of what went wrong in the destructive 2017 Thomas Fire.

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Aug 20, 2019

Cigarettes Can't Be Advertised On TV. Should Juul Ads Be Permitted?
Though tobacco ads have been banned from TV for about 50 years, the marketing of electronic cigarettes isn't constrained by the law. Public health advocates consider that a loophole that hurts kids.

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Aug 20, 2019

U.S. Tests Missile With A Range Prohibited By Now-Abandoned Treaty
The Pentagon says it tested a modified cruise missile that flew "more than 500 kilometers" — a distance prohibited under the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty scrapped earlier this month.

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Aug 19, 2019

U.S. And The Taliban May Be Near A Deal. What Does That Mean For Afghanistan?
The Afghan government has been left on the sidelines as the U.S. and the Taliban have held multiple rounds of talks this year in the Gulf nation of Qatar.

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Aug 19, 2019

'Stand Your Ground' Trial Begins In Florida A Year After Unarmed Black Man Is Killed
Michael Drejka who is white, says he feared for his life after Markeis McGlockton, who is black, pushed him to the ground in a dispute over a handicapped-accessible parking space in 2018.

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Aug 19, 2019

Can U.K.'s New Prime Minister Pull Off Brexit? Here's What To Know
Britain's prime minister vows to bring the country out of the European Union at the end of October — deal or no deal. Here are some of the key challenges he faces.

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Aug 19, 2019

In Zimbabwe, An Economic Crisis With 175% Inflation Drives Discontent
Protests took place Friday. Power cuts can last up to 18 hours a day. About a third of Zimbabwe's population needs food aid, due to drought and the worsening economy, the U.N. says.

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Aug 19, 2019

Planned Parenthood Out Of Title X Over Trump Rule
The organization says it is leaving the federal family planning program because of rule changes under the Trump administration.

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Aug 19, 2019

Planned Parenthood Withdraws From Title X Program Over Trump Rule
The organization says it is leaving the federal family planning program because of rule changes that prohibit its grantees from providing or referring most patients for abortion.

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Aug 19, 2019

Planned Parenthood Withdraws From Title X Program Over Trump Abortion Rule
The organization says it is leaving the federal family planning program because of rule changes that prohibit its grantees from providing or referring most patients for abortion.

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Aug 19, 2019

New California Law Says Police Should Kill Only When 'Necessary'
The new law is a response to police killings of unarmed black men such as Stephon Clark. But critics say it doesn't go far enough.

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Aug 19, 2019

In Congo, Even Ebola Can't Stop Lovers From Dancing
The city of Goma is trying to keep the Ebola outbreak at bay. But as night falls, Congolese rumba fills the air, and people dance close together.

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Aug 19, 2019

Maybe The Way To Control Locusts Is By Growing Crops They Don't Like
A lab at Arizona State University tries to find new ways to combat the global scourge of locusts. One solution may have to do with farming practices.

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Aug 19, 2019

NYPD Fires Daniel Pantaleo, Who Used Banned Chokehold On Eric Garner Before His Death
The decision backs the recommendation of an NYPD administrative judge earlier this month that Pantaleo should be fired for his role in Garner's death in 2014.

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Aug 19, 2019

Cave Diver Risks All To Explore Places 'Where Nobody Has Ever Been'
"The big picture of survival is sometimes so hard to see, but we always know what we can do to make the next best step toward survival," says cave diver, photographer and memoirist Jill Heinerth.

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Aug 19, 2019

Trump Dismisses Recession Fears, Saying Fed Must Help The Economy
The Trump administration pushed back hard against warnings of an economic slowdown. But the president is also calling on the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates again to help boost growth.

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Aug 19, 2019

Trump Dismisses Recession Fears, Says Fed Must Help The Economy
The Trump administration pushed back hard against warnings of an economic slowdown. But the president is also calling on the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates again to help boost growth.

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Aug 19, 2019

Can Maternal Fluoride Consumption During Pregnancy Lower Children's Intelligence?
A Canadian study suggests that fluoride consumed by pregnant women can affect the IQ of their children. No single study provides definitive answers, but the findings will no doubt stir debate.

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Aug 19, 2019

The End Is Nigh For FogCam, Billed As The Internet's Oldest Running Webcam
The webcam at San Francisco State University has been in operation since 1994. Now, its creators say they plan to sunset the Internet landmark by the end of the month.

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Aug 19, 2019

Spicy With A Twist: Nearly 4 Tons Of Pot Found In Jalapeno Shipment
Hundreds of bulky green packages were discovered amid the spicy chilies. The drugs seized at a San Diego cargo facility were valued at $2.3 million.

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Aug 19, 2019

U.S. Gives Huawei Another 90-Day Reprieve Amid Concerns Of Rural Service Disruptions
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the decision was made in part to minimize disruption in parts of America that rely heavily on Huawei's equipment to serve remote areas.

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Aug 19, 2019

Why European Restaurants Are Much More Vigilant About Food Allergies
Dining out can be fraught with hidden perils for people with food allergies. European allergen disclosure laws have made restaurants highly aware of the issue. But U.S. rules lag.

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Aug 19, 2019

Seized Iranian Ship Steams From Gibraltar After U.S. Loses Legal Fight
The vessel, which was intercepted by British Royal Marines on July 4, left Gibraltar after a court there ruled that it had no authority to enforce U.S. sanctions against Iran.

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Aug 19, 2019

Amid A Brewing Royal Scandal, Prince Andrew Distances Himself From Epstein
The Palace has issued a statement saying Andrew is "appalled" by Epstein's crimes after a British tabloid published video it says shows the prince with a young woman outside Epstein's mansion in 2010.

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Aug 19, 2019

Amid Homelessness Crisis, Los Angeles Restricts Living In Vehicles
Nearly 10,000 people in Los Angeles live in vehicles. The city council recently extended a ban on sleeping overnight in cars, vans or RVs in residential areas and near parks or schools.

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Aug 19, 2019

Got Pain? A Virtual Swim With Dolphins May Help Melt It Away
A recent study found virtual reality experiences were better at easing pain than watching televised nature scenes. Immersive distraction seems key to the success, scientists say.

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Aug 19, 2019

How Much Hotter Are The Oceans? The Answer Begins With A Bucket
Scientists need to track the history of sea temperatures precisely to model climate change. A newly discovered clue in measurements taken by sailors in the 1930s could have far-reaching implications.

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Aug 19, 2019

Trolled Online, Women In Politics Fight To Hold Big Tech Accountable In The U.K.
The move in Europe to get tough on tech is partly thanks to an awakening that began with the experiences of women in politics.

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Aug 19, 2019

No Joke: Trump Really Does Want To Buy Greenland
The president confirmed a recent report in The Wall Street Journal that he'd asked his advisers to look into purchasing the Arctic island. But Denmark's prime minister says Greenland is not for sale.

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Aug 18, 2019

Protests In Hong Kong Continue, Remain Peaceful Throughout The Weekend
Pouring rain did not deter the 11th weekend in a row of mass protests, which caused roads to shut down and traffic to reroute as streets flooded with people.

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Aug 18, 2019

Thousands Left Homeless In Bangladeshi Capital After Fire Burns Hundreds Of Shanties
The fire broke out Friday in a Dhaka slum while many were away celebrating the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha. Hundreds of homes were destroyed, leaving about 10,000 people uncertain of their future.

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Aug 18, 2019

Leaked Brexit Document Depicts Government Fears Of Gridlock, Food Shortages, Unrest
A government source told the Sunday Times, which obtained the document, that "this is the most realistic assessment of what the public face with no deal."

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Aug 18, 2019

My Grandfather, A Killer
Denise Guerra, a second-generation Filipino American, never met her grandfather. When she finally learned a long-held family secret, it shattered her view of the quintessential immigrant narrative.

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Aug 18, 2019

No Mercy: After The Hospital Closes, How Do People Get Emergency Care?
The loss of the longtime hospital in Fort Scott, Kan., has forced a change in the way ER care is provided, including a greater reliance on air ambulances.

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Aug 18, 2019

This App Aims To Save New Moms' Lives
The startup Mahmee hopes to help OB-GYNs, pediatricians and other health providers closely monitor a mother and baby's health so that any red flags can be assessed before they become life-threatening.

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Aug 18, 2019

How To Handle A Massive Seaweed Invasion? Yucatán Towns Get Creative
Sargassum, a stinky algae, is choking beaches in Mexico and the Caribbean and wreaking havoc on the ecosystem — and tourism. From fertilizer to food, locals are experimenting with new uses for it.

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Aug 18, 2019

Suicide Bomber Kills 63, Injures 182 At Wedding Reception In Kabul
More than 1,000 people had gathered at a hall in a Shiite neighborhood to celebrate a wedding.

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Aug 17, 2019

Pa. Workers Forced To Choose Between Watching Trump, No Pay Or Using Paid Time Off
A memo instructed workers at a Pennsylvania plant to show up at 7 a.m., scan their ID cards and stand for hours through lunch in order to watch a speech by the president.

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Aug 17, 2019

Workers In Pa. Forced To Choose Between Watching Trump, No Pay Or Using Paid Time Off
A memo instructed workers at a Pennsylvania plant to show up at 7 a.m., scan their ID cards and stand for hours through lunch in order to watch a speech by the president.

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Aug 17, 2019

Marium, The Dugong That Charmed Thailand, Dies After Ingesting Plastic
Marium became an internet hit as people marveled over videos of her being cared for by scientists in Thailand. An autopsy revealed plastic pieces in her intestines.

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Aug 17, 2019

Marium, The Dugong Who Charmed Thailand, Dies After Ingesting Plastic
Marium became an Internet hit as people marveled over videos of her being cared for by scientists in Thailand. An autopsy revealed plastic pieces in her intestines.

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Aug 17, 2019

U.S. Attorney Slams Philadelphia DA Over 'Culture Of Disrespect For Law Enforcement'
Larry Krasner, considered one of the country's most progressive district attorneys, has left U.S. Attorney William McSwain "fed up."

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Aug 17, 2019

El Paso Shooting: Hundreds Of Strangers Come To Mourn With Widower At Wife's Funeral
"Never had so much love in my life," Antonio Basco said Friday as countless people, whom he had never met, showered him with hugs, blessings and support.

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Aug 17, 2019

Netflix Curbs Tobacco Use Onscreen, But Not Pot. What's Up With That?
TV networks have standards that minimize tobacco use on shows, and Netflix now does, too. But streaming companies lack public policies about smoking cannabis onscreen, and doctors say that hurts kids.

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Aug 17, 2019

PHOTOS: 'African Spirits,' From A Guy On A Bike To Cardi B
The images at an exhibit at the Yossi Milo Gallery in New York are infused with the spirit of African identity.

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Aug 17, 2019

How Does 1 Man Have So Much Power Without Being President?
Mitch McConnell's status stems from his post as the Senate majority leader. But few who have held this office before have been able to wield it with this kind of result.

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Aug 17, 2019

How Does One Man Have So Much Power Without Being President?
Mitch McConnell's status stems from his post as the Senate majority leader. But few who have held this office have been able to wield it with this kind of result.

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Aug 16, 2019

Peter Fonda, Hollywood's 'Easy Rider,' Dies At 79
Fonda was born into Hollywood royalty as the son of Henry Fonda and brother of Jane Fonda. His 1969 classic, Easy Rider, earned him an Oscar nomination.

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Aug 16, 2019

Customs and Border Protection Computer System Shut Down
International travel is being manually processed. There is no indication yet how long the outage might last.

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Aug 16, 2019

Customs And Border Protection Computer Systems Returning After Shutdown
International travel was manually processed and long lines formed.

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Aug 16, 2019

What's Behind A Cluster Of Vaping-Related Hospitalizations?
Dozens of people in the Midwest have been hospitalized with severe lung damage in the past month. It's unclear what exactly is causing the issue but the common link appears to be vaping.

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Aug 16, 2019

Jeffrey Epstein's Death Ruled A Suicide By New York Medical Examiner
The findings come nearly a week after the wealthy financier was found unresponsive in his cell. Epstein had been facing federal sex trafficking charges.

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