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The New Yorker
Bill Clinton’s Quest to Save the Worldeliminated by the Italians in a brutal semifinal, the city was in a mood of lig
Bill Clinton’s Quest to Save the World
The New Yorker / Posted 2 days ago
eliminated by the Italians in a brutal semifinal, the city was in a mood of lighthearted self-satisfaction. The souvenir stores sold German history as kitsch: one popular postcard was a picture of Erich Honecker over his declaration “Die Mauer... Read more
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Daily Mail
Do YOU find everyday noise acutely painful?ago, such incidents as that at the cinema have become commonplace. Everyday so
Do YOU find everyday noise acutely painful?
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
ago, such incidents as that at the cinema have become commonplace. Everyday sounds — running water, people tapping on a computer keyboard, people chatting — can set off a range of symptoms from a sharp pain in my head to feelings of anxiety and... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Former Coppin track star survives shooting, excels againphone and walking through the athletic fields at Frederick Douglass High School
Former Coppin track star survives shooting, excels again
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
phone and walking through the athletic fields at Frederick Douglass High School, a cut-through to his house from a grocery store at Mondawmin Mall. He had seen the three attackers coming, but tried not to let his suspicions get the best of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Loner son of a taxi driver and a department store workerand police officers who raided his parents' apartment also found the killer had
Loner son of a taxi driver and a department store worker
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
and police officers who raided his parents' apartment also found the killer had several first-person shooter games on his computer. Police also confirmed today that the teenager - whose mother works in German department store Karstadt - hacked a... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Declare war on misleading metaphorsin turn, likened to clay infused with spirit, a hydraulic device driven by liqu
Declare war on misleading metaphors
Namibia Economist / Posted 7 days ago
in turn, likened to clay infused with spirit, a hydraulic device driven by liquid “humours”, a clockwork engine—and now a computer. Belief in humours led to such disastrous treatments as bloodletting and purging; the computer analogy is also... Read more
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Daily Mail
Are parents being left behind by tech-savvy toddlers?some cases, young children are educating their parents. Many parents are unawa
Are parents being left behind by tech-savvy toddlers?
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
some cases, young children are educating their parents. Many parents are unaware that their children are now being taught computer coding skills at school, potentialy widening the technology knowledge gap with their parents and older relatives... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Facebook's tiny padlock lets users open variety of privacy optionsworry about it sharing your personal information with strangers, we have a fix.
Facebook's tiny padlock lets users open variety of privacy options
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
worry about it sharing your personal information with strangers, we have a fix. It's Facebook's Privacy Checkup. From your computer, go to Facebook.com and click the tiny padlock next to the tiny globe in the upper right. Follow the steps to... Read more
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FOX 11 Tucson
Chandler, Gilbert use a team approach to fight prescription drug abuseWhile the ICAN Youth Center in Chandler may look like just a place to hang out
Chandler, Gilbert use a team approach to fight prescription drug abuse
FOX 11 Tucson / Posted 12 days ago
While the ICAN Youth Center in Chandler may look like just a place to hang out with friends or work on the computer, it is much more than that. It is also a tool to make sure these kids don't become part of a dangerous statistic about prescription... Read more
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PhysOrg
Printable prosthetics: Low-cost help for people in crisis zonesa three-dimensional image of the body using a camera. This allows customers to
Printable prosthetics: Low-cost help for people in crisis zones
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
a three-dimensional image of the body using a camera. This allows customers to try on clothes virtually in an online store. But the system is also suitable for other purposes, where fit is of great importance - like prosthetics. Bruising,... Read more
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DW
Syrian refugees express mixed feelings over Turkish citizenship offer |workers will receive Turkish citizenship Muhammad Hasan said he is against thi
Syrian refugees express mixed feelings over Turkish citizenship offer |
DW / Posted 14 days ago
workers will receive Turkish citizenship Muhammad Hasan said he is against this approach. "They will give citizenship to doctors, engineers, and those who are wealthy," said the 25-year-old chemist who works behind the counter of an Istanbul... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Deaf people encounter troubles with medical careor a nurse’s instructions is hard enough. But when you’re deaf, it can feel lik
Deaf people encounter troubles with medical care
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 17 days ago
or a nurse’s instructions is hard enough. But when you’re deaf, it can feel like being shut out. Ellen Thielman, a retired computer programmer, found that out twice this year. Deaf since infancy, the Sacramento resident has navigated the hearing... Read more
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The Morning Call
Inside an L.A. OxyContin ring that pushed more than 1 million pills. What the drugmaker knewThe number of prescriptions Santiago was writing wasn’t merely high. It was jaw
Inside an L.A. OxyContin ring that pushed more than 1 million pills. What the drugmaker knew
The Morning Call / Posted 18 days ago
The number of prescriptions Santiago was writing wasn’t merely high. It was jaw-dropping. Many doctors would go their entire careers without writing a single 80s prescription. Santiago doled out 26 in a day. Purdue was tracking her... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Inside an L.A. OxyContin ring that pushed more than 1 million pills. What the drugmaker knewThe number of prescriptions Santiago was writing wasn’t merely high. It was jaw
Inside an L.A. OxyContin ring that pushed more than 1 million pills. What the drugmaker knew
Baltimore Sun / Posted 18 days ago
The number of prescriptions Santiago was writing wasn’t merely high. It was jaw-dropping. Many doctors would go their entire careers without writing a single 80s prescription. Santiago doled out 26 in a day. Purdue was tracking her... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Inside an L.A. OxyContin ring. What the drugmaker knewThe number of prescriptions Santiago was writing wasn’t merely high. It was jaw
Inside an L.A. OxyContin ring. What the drugmaker knew
Hartford Courant / Posted 18 days ago
The number of prescriptions Santiago was writing wasn’t merely high. It was jaw-dropping. Many doctors would go their entire careers without writing a single 80s prescription. Santiago doled out 26 in a day. Purdue was tracking her... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Welcome to the country: Refugees are helping a prairie town growinside soft pita bread, brought in by the box from a Middle Eastern grocer in W
Welcome to the country: Refugees are helping a prairie town grow
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
inside soft pita bread, brought in by the box from a Middle Eastern grocer in Winnipeg, the kebabs then wrapped in grocery-store flyers. Around them, their children – the Hamams have nine boys and two girls – aged 11 months to 17 years – kick a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Young woman who blamed her headaches on a hangover actually had CANCERher headaches on a hangover actually had CANCER Hope Stringer, 24, blamed chro
Young woman who blamed her headaches on a hangover actually had CANCER
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
her headaches on a hangover actually had CANCER Hope Stringer, 24, blamed chronic headaches on a hangover after night out Doctors said she was suffering from migraines but she demanded tests MRI scan revealed a cancerous tumour was why she was... Read more
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The New Yorker
How Do You Prepare for Death?plumber, he did all the pipes.” Carmela’s parents came to Brooklyn from Sicily
How Do You Prepare for Death?
The New Yorker / Posted 24 days ago
plumber, he did all the pipes.” Carmela’s parents came to Brooklyn from Sicily in the nineteen-twenties and opened a candy store on Henry Street in Carroll Gardens. At some point, they moved to Bergen Beach and opened a boarding house. They rented... Read more
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Aljazeera
My mother's battle with drug addiction in Pakistanin Pakistan as a young girl, raised by relatives while her parents travelled th
My mother's battle with drug addiction in Pakistan
Aljazeera / Posted 25 days ago
in Pakistan as a young girl, raised by relatives while her parents travelled the world for work, festered for decades. Her doctors say her depression, and later her substance abuse, find their roots there. She would get high, she tells me now,... Read more
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CBC.ca
'Where is Mawt Trood' exhibit posthumously explores career of artist Mathieu Trudelfriend, artist Mathieu Trudel, by helping to curate the exhibit, which is on di
'Where is Mawt Trood' exhibit posthumously explores career of artist Mathieu Trudel
CBC.ca / Posted 26 days ago
friend, artist Mathieu Trudel, by helping to curate the exhibit, which is on display until July 31. (Paul Galipeau) "The doctors at the hospital said there's no doubt his unexpected death was directly connected to his bike accident." After the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Finding a home, away from home: Refugees, sponsors and what it means to be Canadianaway, the keys and deed to her apartment in Aleppo. It was a big, Syrian-style
Finding a home, away from home: Refugees, sponsors and what it means to be Canadian
The Globe and Mail / Posted 28 days ago
away, the keys and deed to her apartment in Aleppo. It was a big, Syrian-style apartment, 2,100 square feet, with a second-storey balcony from which she watched the uprising in Syria become the civil war she fled. The apartment was still the... Read more
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Boston Globe
CVS pays $3.5 million to settle federal probe that found pharmacists filled forged prescriptionsDrug-store giant CVS is paying the federal government $3.5 million after invest
CVS pays $3.5 million to settle federal probe that found pharmacists filled forged prescriptions
Boston Globe / Posted 28 days ago
Drug-store giant CVS is paying the federal government $3.5 million after investigators found that pharmacists in Massachusetts and New Hampshire filled hundreds of forged prescriptions for powerful painkillers at the height of the opioid crisis, the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
My Vote: Australians share the election issues that matter most to themchanged. That would soften the burden on everyone else. Told to ABC Open produ
My Vote: Australians share the election issues that matter most to them
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 29 days ago
changed. That would soften the burden on everyone else. Told to ABC Open producer Luke Wong. Mr Cahill is a retail sports store owner in the central-west NSW town of Forbes, NSW, in the Riverina electorate. Sewa: A long-term vision, the... Read more
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CircleID
Ready or Not, 5 Big Tech Trends Headed Your Waytechnology, it is difficult to have a clear crystal ball but here we present ou
Ready or Not, 5 Big Tech Trends Headed Your Way
CircleID / Posted 29 days ago
technology, it is difficult to have a clear crystal ball but here we present our synopsis of what we believe might lie in store! 1. Artificial Intelligence “Facebook today could not exist without AI.” Joaquin Quiñonero Candela, Facebook's... Read more
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Daily Mail
Clothing store employee is FIRED after having an allergic reactionClothing store employee, 18, is FIRED after having an allergic reaction at work
Clothing store employee is FIRED after having an allergic reaction
Daily Mail / Posted 30 days ago
Clothing store employee, 18, is FIRED after having an allergic reaction at work that left her 10 minutes from death Danielle Duperreault was working at an Urban Planet in Saskatoon, Canada Went into anaphylactic shock after accidentally eating a... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
00PM Water Coolerfor anesthesia. The court also struck down a separate provision, which had alre
00PM Water Cooler
Naked Capitalism / Posted 30 days ago
for anesthesia. The court also struck down a separate provision, which had already gone into effect, that requires doctors to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of an abortion clinic” [Texas Tribune]. GDP, Q1 2016... Read more
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York Daily Record
Read: Speeches made by Louis Appell Jr. in York Countyof retail establishments: butchers, bakers, (we don’t recall any candlestick ma
Read: Speeches made by Louis Appell Jr. in York County
York Daily Record / Posted 30 days ago
of retail establishments: butchers, bakers, (we don’t recall any candlestick makers) but there were ma and pop grocery stores, a jewelry store, drug store, doctors’ offices, a music store and, believe it or not, a maker of harnesses for horses.... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Protecting Your Home From LightningWe are in the middle of the summer and that means lots of lighting. One Bay Are
Protecting Your Home From Lightning
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted a month ago
We are in the middle of the summer and that means lots of lighting. One Bay Area computer store says after every storm, a half of dozen customers will bring their computer problems to him the very next day. Tampa Computer Doctors says prevention... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury column: How readers would treat addictswrite this column. I had asked readers to respond to how I believe 42,000 addic
Sudbury column: How readers would treat addicts
The Sudbury Star / Posted 1 months ago
write this column. I had asked readers to respond to how I believe 42,000 addicts on methadone should be treated. Then my computer developed terminal cancer and I thought all your responses had been lost. Fortunately, the "Geek Squad" resurrected... Read more
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Calgary Sun
How readers would treat 42,000 addictswrite this column. I had asked readers to respond to how I believe 42,000 addic
How readers would treat 42,000 addicts
Calgary Sun / Posted 1 months ago
write this column. I had asked readers to respond to how I believe 42,000 addicts on methadone should be treated. Then my computer developed terminal cancer and I thought all your responses had been lost. Fortunately, the “Geek Squad” resurrected... Read more

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