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'Superluminous' supernova grows extremely slowlyMay 25, 2016‘Superluminous’ supernova grows extremely slowly by Brett Smith R
'Superluminous' supernova grows extremely slowly
redOrbit / Posted 2 hours ago
May 25, 2016‘Superluminous’ supernova grows extremely slowly by Brett Smith Researchers have observed the longest-ever rise time for in a superluminous supernova to date, according to a new report. A superluminous supernova, or hypernova, releases... Read more
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redOrbit
How do supermassive black holes form? New study could have the answerMay 25, 2016 by Brett Smith Using data gathered from three space telescopes,
How do supermassive black holes form? New study could have the answer
redOrbit / Posted 6 hours ago
May 25, 2016 by Brett Smith Using data gathered from three space telescopes, scientists have discovered exciting new details on how supermassive black holes form, according to a... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
‘Cats down TVHS for region titleCooper earned the victory on the mound for PCHS. He scattered 9 hits over 7 inn
‘Cats down TVHS for region title
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 16 hours ago
Cooper earned the victory on the mound for PCHS. He scattered 9 hits over 7 innings, while striking out 4 batters. Brett Smith went the distance for the Bulldogs and shouldered the loss. He gave up 8 hits and struck out 5 batters. Addison... Read more
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redOrbit
Ancient faint galaxy uncovers how the 'cosmic dark ages' endedMay 24, 2016Ancient faint galaxy uncovers how the ‘cosmic dark ages’ ended by
Ancient faint galaxy uncovers how the 'cosmic dark ages' ended
redOrbit / Posted yesterday
May 24, 2016Ancient faint galaxy uncovers how the ‘cosmic dark ages’ ended by Brett Smith Using a telescope atop Mauna Kea in Hawaii, an international team of scientists has detected the faintest early-universe galaxy ever, according to a report... Read more
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redOrbit
Superflares could prevent manned missions to MarsMay 24, 2016 by Brett Smith Upon returning to Earth after spending nearly a y
Superflares could prevent manned missions to Mars
redOrbit / Posted yesterday
May 24, 2016 by Brett Smith Upon returning to Earth after spending nearly a year on the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly unequivocally stated that a manned mission to Mars was... Read more
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redOrbit
Scans show Pawpawsaurus depended on sense of smellMay 24, 2016 by Brett Smith A cousin of the tank-like Ankylosaurus, Pawpawsau
Scans show Pawpawsaurus depended on sense of smell
redOrbit / Posted yesterday
May 24, 2016 by Brett Smith A cousin of the tank-like Ankylosaurus, Pawpawsaurus didn’t have the club-like tail of its more famous relative. However, the lesser-known dinosaur did have a strong... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
I-76 Speedway sees action on SaturdayFrenier, Fort Morgan. 2. Lance Lewis, Mitchell, Neb. 3. Jacob Adler, Holyoke. 4
I-76 Speedway sees action on Saturday
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted yesterday
Frenier, Fort Morgan. 2. Lance Lewis, Mitchell, Neb. 3. Jacob Adler, Holyoke. 4. Garrett Sporhase, Holyoke. 5. Brett Smith, Log Lane. 6. Zach Hilzer, Fort Morgan. 7. John Burrow Jr., Denver. 8. Angie Hayes, Fort Morgan. 9. Aaron Monie,... Read more
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redOrbit
NASA maneuvers Endeavor's 66,000 pound fuel tank through Los AngelesMay 23, 2016NASA maneuvers Endeavor’s 66,000 pound fuel tank through Los Angele
NASA maneuvers Endeavor's 66,000 pound fuel tank through Los Angeles
redOrbit / Posted 2 days ago
May 23, 2016NASA maneuvers Endeavor’s 66,000 pound fuel tank through Los Angeles by Brett Smith In a feat of logistics akin to launching something into space, NASA has maneuvered the space shuttle Endeavor’s external fuel tank through the streets... Read more
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redOrbit
India launches 'mini space shuttle' prototype, joins race for reusable rocket systemMay 23, 2016India launches ‘mini space shuttle’ prototype, joins race for reusa
India launches 'mini space shuttle' prototype, joins race for reusable rocket system
redOrbit / Posted 2 days ago
May 23, 2016India launches ‘mini space shuttle’ prototype, joins race for reusable rocket system by Brett Smith India’s space agency has announced the successful launch of a space shuttle prototype, the first step toward developing a reusable space... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Bulldogs advance to title gamescored 3 times and swiped a base. Also picking up hit singles for TVHS were Hu
Bulldogs advance to title game
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 2 days ago
scored 3 times and swiped a base. Also picking up hit singles for TVHS were Hunter Lanham, Hunter Parks, Austin Lanham, Brett Smith, Marcus Reynolds and Wamsley. "We know what kind of team we are and everybody played a part in this win,"... Read more
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redOrbit
UK government creates plan to combat superbug disasterMay 20, 2016 by Brett Smith The report laid out a plan to halt the advance of
UK government creates plan to combat superbug disaster
redOrbit / Posted 3 days ago
May 20, 2016 by Brett Smith The report laid out a plan to halt the advance of “superbugs” – or microbes that have developed a resistance to antibiotics. The UK report said the continued... Read more
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redOrbit
Nile crocodiles were captured in Florida. How did they get there?May 20, 2016 by Brett Smith Nile crocodiles appear to have invaded Florida an
Nile crocodiles were captured in Florida. How did they get there?
redOrbit / Posted 4 days ago
May 20, 2016 by Brett Smith Nile crocodiles appear to have invaded Florida and it looks like the illegal animal trade could be to blame, according to a new report in the journal... Read more
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redOrbit
Meet Gullzilla: Scientists discover bird with the longest wingspan everMay 19, 2016Paleontologists discover the largest bird ever found in Antarctica
Meet Gullzilla: Scientists discover bird with the longest wingspan ever
redOrbit / Posted 4 days ago
May 19, 2016Paleontologists discover the largest bird ever found in Antarctica by Brett Smith Researchers said they have discovered the fossilized bones of a massive prehistoric bird that lived 50 million years ago in Antarctica and had the... Read more
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redOrbit
Scientists find evidence of 400-foot tsunamis on MarsMay 19, 2016 by Brett Smith Massive tsunamis may have swept across ancient Ma
Scientists find evidence of 400-foot tsunamis on Mars
redOrbit / Posted 5 days ago
May 19, 2016 by Brett Smith Massive tsunamis may have swept across ancient Mars and shaped the landscape in the process, according to a new paper in the journal Scientific Reports. The Martian... Read more
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redOrbit
GMOs are safe to consume, study saysby Brett Smith Genetically-engineered crops (GMOs) are crops that have had the
GMOs are safe to consume, study says
redOrbit / Posted 7 days ago
by Brett Smith Genetically-engineered crops (GMOs) are crops that have had their genes tweaked so as to facilitate their growth in agriculture and despite the advantages that changes like increased insect resistance offer, many people are worried... Read more
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redOrbit
Europa's chemistry can support life, study findsMay 18, 2016Europa’s chemistry can support life, study finds by Brett Smith S
Europa's chemistry can support life, study finds
redOrbit / Posted 7 days ago
May 18, 2016Europa’s chemistry can support life, study finds by Brett Smith Scientists have said the possibility of life existing on Jupiter’s moon Europa is reliant upon internal hydrothermal energy, but a new study has found the natural... Read more
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redOrbit
Scientists discover massive ancient asteroid strikeMay 17, 2016 by Brett Smith Researchers have discovered evidence of an enormo
Scientists discover massive ancient asteroid strike
redOrbit / Posted 8 days ago
May 17, 2016 by Brett Smith Researchers have discovered evidence of an enormous asteroid that hit the Earth early in its existence with an impact greater than anything humans have ever seen,... Read more
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redOrbit
April 2016 was the hottest April ever recordedMay 17, 2016 by Brett Smith New data released by NASA reveals April was the s
April 2016 was the hottest April ever recorded
redOrbit / Posted 8 days ago
May 17, 2016 by Brett Smith New data released by NASA reveals April was the seventh straight month that broke global temperature records. In fact, last month surpassed the previous April record by the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Farmers waiting up to three months for Centrelink reliefworsens Rural Business Support is the government-funded organisation that help
Farmers waiting up to three months for Centrelink relief
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
worsens Rural Business Support is the government-funded organisation that helps roll out services to farmers in need. Brett Smith, CEO of the South Australian branch said he expected applications to rise as the dairy crisis set in. "We would... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
Pursuing the perfect cup: NC coffee roaster growing, creating a buzz in java industrymorning magic and hand us a cup of steaming hot coffee. "There is an appreciat
Pursuing the perfect cup: NC coffee roaster growing, creating a buzz in java industry
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted 9 days ago
morning magic and hand us a cup of steaming hot coffee. "There is an appreciation now that coffee can be better,” says Brett Smith, CEO and co-founder of Counter Culture Coffee, a wholesale roasting company based in Durham. But what makes the... Read more
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redOrbit
New research claims life can exist around red giant starsMay 16, 2016Expanding red giants can unlock life on frozen planets, study finds
New research claims life can exist around red giant stars
redOrbit / Posted 9 days ago
May 16, 2016Expanding red giants can unlock life on frozen planets, study finds by Brett Smith As a star like our Sun gets older, it expands to become a Red Giant, and new research from Cornell scientists has found that frozen worlds in the outer... Read more
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redOrbit
Planetarium software discovers a date for ancient Greek poemMay 16, 2016 by Brett Smith Using advanced planetarium software, researchers
Planetarium software discovers a date for ancient Greek poem
redOrbit / Posted 10 days ago
May 16, 2016 by Brett Smith Using advanced planetarium software, researchers have precisely dated a 2,500-year-old lyric poem down to the season, according to a new report in the Journal... Read more
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redOrbit
Study discovers new prehistoric civilization in ancient EuropeMay 13, 2016 by Brett Smith A new book and websitesupports the idea that our
Study discovers new prehistoric civilization in ancient Europe
redOrbit / Posted 11 days ago
May 13, 2016 by Brett Smith A new book and websitesupports the idea that our view of prehistoric civilizations around the Aegean Sea suffers from a pro-European bias. The recognized... Read more
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redOrbit
The volcano from The Lord of the Rings is about to eruptMay 13, 2016 by Brett Smith A New Zealand volcano made famous by the Lord of
The volcano from The Lord of the Rings is about to erupt
redOrbit / Posted 11 days ago
May 13, 2016 by Brett Smith A New Zealand volcano made famous by the Lord of the Rings films is currently rumbling into action, according to a warning issued by volcano monitoring service GNS... Read more
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redOrbit
Japanese team confirms that Einstein's theory works throughout the universeMay 12, 2016Japanese team confirms that Einstein’s theory works throughout the
Japanese team confirms that Einstein's theory works throughout the universe
redOrbit / Posted 12 days ago
May 12, 2016Japanese team confirms that Einstein’s theory works throughout the universe by Brett Smith A new three-dimensional map of part of the universe, created by a massive international team of researchers, is refuting the idea that Einstein's... Read more
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redOrbit
Ancient fossilized space dust teaches us about Earth's atmosphereMay 12, 2016Ancient fossilized space dust teaches us about Earth’s atmosphere
Ancient fossilized space dust teaches us about Earth's atmosphere
redOrbit / Posted 13 days ago
May 12, 2016Ancient fossilized space dust teaches us about Earth’s atmosphere by Brett Smith An analysis of ancient space dust found on Earth has revealed that our planet’s ancient atmosphere actually had a lot most oxygen than previously thought,... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
TVHS takes sectional titleregional semi-final." Caleb Riggleman notched a 2-for-3 day at the plate, with
TVHS takes sectional title
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 13 days ago
regional semi-final." Caleb Riggleman notched a 2-for-3 day at the plate, with a team high of 4 runs brought in for TVHS. Brett Smith collected 2 hits, pushed a run across and scored 3 runs. Rece Wamsley chipped in 2 RBIs on the evening to help... Read more
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redOrbit
Mysterious South American mounds formed by earthwormsMay 11, 2016 by Brett Smith Packed, evenly-distributed mounds can be found do
Mysterious South American mounds formed by earthworms
redOrbit / Posted 14 days ago
May 11, 2016 by Brett Smith Packed, evenly-distributed mounds can be found dotting large areas of Columbia and Venezuela, and a new study indicates these piles, known as surales, are mostly... Read more
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redOrbit
Oldest axe ever found uncovered in AustraliaMay 10, 2016 by Brett Smith Archaeologists working in Western Australia have
Oldest axe ever found uncovered in Australia
redOrbit / Posted 14 days ago
May 10, 2016 by Brett Smith Archaeologists working in Western Australia have uncovered pieces from the world's oldest-known hafted axe, or axe with a handle, according to a new report in the journal... Read more
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redOrbit
Scientists spot high-speed wind from hungry black holeMay 10, 2016 by Brett Smith After more than 25 years of silence, the nearby b
Scientists spot high-speed wind from hungry black hole
redOrbit / Posted 15 days ago
May 10, 2016 by Brett Smith After more than 25 years of silence, the nearby black hole known as V404 Cygni let out a bright and violent flare-up last June and now researchers have detected a... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Tygarts Valley soars past Tucker, 11-1got back into the rhythm of things we were fine. I think everyone was just happ
Tygarts Valley soars past Tucker, 11-1
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 15 days ago
got back into the rhythm of things we were fine. I think everyone was just happy to get back on the field." TVHS freshman Brett Smith earned the win after tossing all 5 innings. He allowed 1 earned run while giving up 5 hits, and struck out 4... Read more
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York Daily Record
Spotlight: Brett Smith leads Bucknell baseballBrett Smith has been a steady performer all season long for the Bucknell Univer
Spotlight: Brett Smith leads Bucknell baseball
York Daily Record / Posted 16 days ago
Brett Smith has been a steady performer all season long for the Bucknell University baseball team, and the junior outfielder has been rewarded for that by being named to the All-Patriot League first team. The honor is the second for Smith. He was... Read more
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The News & Observer
Durham's 'Can-Opener' Bridge crash compilationcalled 11foot8.com, and the bridge is known far and wide as the Can-Opener. 11f
Durham's 'Can-Opener' Bridge crash compilation
The News & Observer / Posted 16 days ago
called 11foot8.com, and the bridge is known far and wide as the Can-Opener. 11foot8.com Counter Culture Coffee President Brett Smith explains how the new location, just outside of downtown Durham, will improve the taste of the company's... Read more
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redOrbit
These ancient aquatic lizards were warm-blooded, study findsMay 9, 2016 by Brett Smith Paleontologists have debated for years over whethe
These ancient aquatic lizards were warm-blooded, study finds
redOrbit / Posted 16 days ago
May 9, 2016 by Brett Smith Paleontologists have debated for years over whether or not ancient lizards called mosasaurs were warm-blooded. Now, a new paper published in the journal... Read more
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redOrbit
Is Pluto a planet? New finding calls Pluto's status into questionMay 9, 2016Is Pluto a planet? New finding calls Pluto’s status into question b
Is Pluto a planet? New finding calls Pluto's status into question
redOrbit / Posted 17 days ago
May 9, 2016Is Pluto a planet? New finding calls Pluto’s status into question by Brett Smith Those arguing for Pluto to be classified as a planet just got a stronger case as a new study found Pluto interacts with the stream of particles known as the... Read more
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The Express-Times
Nazareth's Garzillo named Patriot League baseball Player of the YearBucknell (Jr.) OF: Michael Coniglio, Lafayette (Sr.) OF: Robert Currie, Navy
Nazareth's Garzillo named Patriot League baseball Player of the Year
The Express-Times / Posted 17 days ago
Bucknell (Jr.) OF: Michael Coniglio, Lafayette (Sr.) OF: Robert Currie, Navy (Sr.) OF: Connor Deneen, Navy (Sr.) OF: Brett Smith, Bucknell (Jr.) DH: Stephen Born, Navy (So.) Second-Team All-Patriot LeagueSP: Andrew Andreychik, Bucknell... Read more
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The Morning Call
Lehigh University's Mike Garzillo named Patriot League baseball player of the yearBucknell (Jr.) OF: Michael Coniglio, Lafayette (Sr.) OF: Robert Currie, Navy
Lehigh University's Mike Garzillo named Patriot League baseball player of the year
The Morning Call / Posted 17 days ago
Bucknell (Jr.) OF: Michael Coniglio, Lafayette (Sr.) OF: Robert Currie, Navy (Sr.) OF: Connor Deneen, Navy (Sr.) OF: Brett Smith, Bucknell (Jr.) DH: Stephen Born, Navy (So.) Second-Team All-Patriot League SP: Andrew Andreychik, Bucknell... Read more
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redOrbit
Scientists find alien star driven by unknown forceMay 6, 2016 by Brett Smith The magnetic force driving our Sun can be seen in
Scientists find alien star driven by unknown force
redOrbit / Posted 18 days ago
May 6, 2016 by Brett Smith The magnetic force driving our Sun can be seen in the pattern of sunspots that appear on its surface, and new research has identified a distant star with a much different... Read more
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redOrbit
SpaceX completes difficult barge landing for second timeMay 6, 2016 by Brett Smith SpaceX has been a trailblazer when it comes to reu
SpaceX completes difficult barge landing for second time
redOrbit / Posted 18 days ago
May 6, 2016 by Brett Smith SpaceX has been a trailblazer when it comes to reusable rocket technology, and the company was able to reach another milestone in that pursuit, landing one of its... Read more
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redOrbit
Leopards have lost 75% of their territory, study findsMay 5, 2016 by Brett Smith Leopards have been under serious threat for decade
Leopards have lost 75% of their territory, study finds
redOrbit / Posted 20 days ago
May 5, 2016 by Brett Smith Leopards have been under serious threat for decades and a new study reveals the majestic big cats have actually lost 75 percent of their historic range. Published in... Read more
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redOrbit
Scientists just uncovered these huge glyphs in Peru. What do they mean?May 4, 2016Newly discovered Nazca glyph depicts mythical beast by Brett Smith
Scientists just uncovered these huge glyphs in Peru. What do they mean?
redOrbit / Posted 21 days ago
May 4, 2016Newly discovered Nazca glyph depicts mythical beast by Brett Smith Preceding the Inca Empire in Peru, the Nazca people are probably best known for leaving behind massive line drawings known as geoglyphs. While geoglyphs are usually best... Read more
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redOrbit
Curiosity rover continues up Mt. Sharp despite tire damageMay 4, 2016 by Brett Smith Despite significant tire damage, NASA’s Curiosity
Curiosity rover continues up Mt. Sharp despite tire damage
redOrbit / Posted 21 days ago
May 4, 2016 by Brett Smith Despite significant tire damage, NASA’s Curiosity rover is expected to be able to complete its scientific mission on Mars, officials from the space agency said in... Read more
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redOrbit
Earth could be home to one trillion species, study findsMay 3, 2016 by Brett Smith Despite the fact that scientists have cataloged mi
Earth could be home to one trillion species, study finds
redOrbit / Posted 22 days ago
May 3, 2016 by Brett Smith Despite the fact that scientists have cataloged millions and millions of species, it appears they’ve only scratched the surface. According to a new report in the... Read more
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redOrbit
Breast cancer study paves the way for individual treatmentMay 3, 2016 by Brett Smith A massive breast cancer project has laid out a def
Breast cancer study paves the way for individual treatment
redOrbit / Posted 22 days ago
May 3, 2016 by Brett Smith A massive breast cancer project has laid out a definitive sequence of genetic events that lead to the development of the deadly disease. Described in new studies... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
’Dogs on 10-game win spreebatting .508, and only being struck out 3 times. Lanham has been walked 19 time
’Dogs on 10-game win spree
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 22 days ago
batting .508, and only being struck out 3 times. Lanham has been walked 19 times so far, striking out on just 8 occasions. Brett Smith and Austin Lanham have recorded 19 and 17 RBIs each, while Hunter Parks, Marcus Reynolds and Jace Kyle continue... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
6 key moments in John Kasich's campaignof difficult events in his life. "I was in a really dark place for a long time
6 key moments in John Kasich's campaign
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 23 days ago
of difficult events in his life. "I was in a really dark place for a long time I was pretty depressed, but I found hope,” Brett Smith said during a town hall. "I found it in the Lord and in my friends, and now I found it in my presidential... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
6 key moments in John Kasich's campaignof difficult events in his life. "I was in a really dark place for a long time
6 key moments in John Kasich's campaign
KING5 Seattle / Posted 23 days ago
of difficult events in his life. "I was in a really dark place for a long time I was pretty depressed, but I found hope,” Brett Smith said during a town hall. "I found it in the Lord and in my friends, and now I found it in my presidential... Read more
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First Coast News
6 key moments in John Kasich's campaignof difficult events in his life. "I was in a really dark place for a long time
6 key moments in John Kasich's campaign
First Coast News / Posted 23 days ago
of difficult events in his life. "I was in a really dark place for a long time I was pretty depressed, but I found hope,” Brett Smith said during a town hall. "I found it in the Lord and in my friends, and now I found it in my presidential... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
6 key moments in John Kasich's campaignof difficult events in his life. "I was in a really dark place for a long time
6 key moments in John Kasich's campaign
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 23 days ago
of difficult events in his life. "I was in a really dark place for a long time I was pretty depressed, but I found hope,” Brett Smith said during a town hall. "I found it in the Lord and in my friends, and now I found it in my presidential... Read more
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KTVB Boise
6 key moments in John Kasich's campaignof difficult events in his life. "I was in a really dark place for a long time
6 key moments in John Kasich's campaign
KTVB Boise / Posted 23 days ago
of difficult events in his life. "I was in a really dark place for a long time I was pretty depressed, but I found hope,” Brett Smith said during a town hall. "I found it in the Lord and in my friends, and now I found it in my presidential... Read more
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