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Destiny: Bungie talk big Iron Banner changes and ...
Destiny: Bungie talk big Iron Banner changes and unveil update DESTINY'S Iron Banner event is set to change and
when it returns next time, Bungie Community Manager David Dague has...
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Humanity’s ticking time bomb: How the chemical ag...
Hey, creationists, wrap your minds around this: Not only is evolution definitely a thing, it’s happening all around us — and at an incredibly rapid pace. The growing threat of antibiotic resistance,...
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Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan dream b...
They catch each other's passes, finish each other's sentences and often appear to read each other's minds on the basketball court. Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan couldn't be closer if...
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National Basketball Association
NASA Veteran Sees Program Evolve
... minutes 58 seconds ago NASA Veteran Sees Program
RUSSELLVILLE, Ky. (AP) - A Kentucky native who is now a top administrator for NASA says a manned mission to Mars is the main focus of the...
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National Aeronautics and Space Administration
International Space Station
Gaming industry likely to keep expanding
By J.D. Morris, Las Vegas Sun In the not-too-distant past, Nevada and New Jersey were the only states with casinos. Now, 39 states have some form of casino gambling — and the industry’s presence...
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American Gaming Association
Department of Education & Special Education to co...
MANSFIELD, Pa. - The Mansfield University administration, President Fran Hendricks, the Department of Education & Special Education and the local Association of PA State College & University Faculties...
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Department of Education
Department of Business
Celebrating Jonas Salk's 'big life'
Jonas Salk-Polio Conquerer There was a time when towns and cities abruptly closed swimming pools to the public, churches shut their doors to worshippers and theater operators darkened their...
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Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Steven Johnson: Ebola's information paradox
On August 28, 1854, a six-month-old girl known to history as "Baby Lewis" fell ill with cholera in the London neighbourhood of Soho, at that point one of the most densely populated, and poorest,...
Read more at Business Standard India
Evolve's progression systems dole out perks, boos...
players will hunt character perks and general experience in addition to monstrous game, as detailed in a recent update on
's official site. Progress is earned in two ways: Character...
Read more at Joystiq
U.S. war planners focus on advisers in Anbar
Top U.S. military planners want to expand the limited advise-and-assist mission in Iraq and are talking to allied partner nations about potentially putting non-American troops on the ground to help...
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U.S. Central Command
Study highlights mobile phone laws, driver educat...
Mobile phone laws are confusing, overly-broad, constantly out-dated and do not warrant the vast amount of time and money spent on enforcement, an in-depth analysis of the legislation by a leading law...
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University of NSW
NSW Centre for Road Safety
As more Americans say 'I don't' to getting married, it's time to reinvent the institution Fewer Americans are married than ever before, and a growing percentage are happy to stay unhitched. A Pew...
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Susan Pease Gadoua
Pew Research Center
Charli XCX making her mark
WASHINGTON — "Some days, I'm down for being a pop star. And some days I'm really not," Charli XCX says, failing to clarify what kind of day this has been. This morning, she was a multitasking cyclone...
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Character Progression & Perks In Evolve
is getting ready for its alpha test, and the period will give invited gamers the chance to experience the game's two progression systems. There are two types of progression systems: One for...
Read more at Game Informer
Complaint: Legislature unfair in lottery review
Of course there was no bidding. Sen. Jimmy Hickey, a Texarkana Republican, is playing this game with loaded dice. He wanted a consultant that would produce recommendations he favored and he went to a...
Read more at Arkansas Times
At The Track: Jimmy Cassidy locks in Derby Day de...
JIMMY Cassidy injured his knee at Rosehill and was forced home midway through the afternoon — but there’s no chance of him missing Derby Day. In fact, The Pumper wasted no time organising good mate...
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Australian Turf Club
5 ways drones are making the world a better place...
... ways drones are making the world a better place (without killing anyone) | GlobalPost The first vineyard drone, in Bordeaux, France. (Jean Pierre Muller/AFP/Getty Images) NAIROBI, Kenya — Drones...
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Tunisia is showing the Arab world how to nurture ...
Tunisia is bracing itself for the second open and free elections since its revolution and the toppling of its dictator in January 2011. While the rest of the Arab spring countries – Egypt, Libya,...
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Islamist Ennahda party
The Associated Press
Los Angeles cultural boom gives city’s artists sp...
The 32-metre-long escalator tube isn’t finished yet and the museum’s intricate outer shell is still being assembled, but when Joanne Heyler walks out on to the top floor of The Broad, a contemporary...
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Nicholson calls on Juncker to reverse agri budget...
Ulster Unionist MEP Jim Nicholson has written to the incoming head of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker to raise serious concerns about the decision to reallocate €448.5million from the...
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