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Mt. Pleasant News
ANOTHER LIE? WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE!back memories of slavery, doesn't it?) Limiting votes to one voter one vote, t
ANOTHER LIE? WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE!
Mt. Pleasant News / Posted 5 hours ago
back memories of slavery, doesn't it?) Limiting votes to one voter one vote, that is a no-brainer right? It is the very foundation of democracy. But then we place no limits on wealth under the colossal illusion that dollars do not have voting... Read more
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Arkansas Business
East Little Rock's 'Innovation Alley' Drawing Grit, Funk Lovershappen. In this go-around, the founder and former owner of Candy Bouquet Inter
East Little Rock's 'Innovation Alley' Drawing Grit, Funk Lovers
Arkansas Business / Posted 15 hours ago
happen. In this go-around, the founder and former owner of Candy Bouquet International is in the role of landlord to a new generation of entrepreneurs. At her 501 Byrd St. warehouse once devoted to Candy Bouquet, McEntire is leasing 20,000 SF to a... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Business Notes--EMDASH--Feb. 7to the position of executive director," said George Tetreault, chairperson, in
Business Notes--EMDASH--Feb. 7
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 19 hours ago
to the position of executive director," said George Tetreault, chairperson, in a news release. Tripp joins Initiative Foundation LITTLE FALLS—The Initiative Foundation, a regional foundation with a focus on economic and community development... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Nicole Car: the Australian opera diva you've never heard of but soon willthis wet London evening, Car is in her dressing room with her eyes closed. Rob
Nicole Car: the Australian opera diva you've never heard of but soon will
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 hours ago
this wet London evening, Car is in her dressing room with her eyes closed. Rob the makeup artist dabs her cheeks with foundation and sticks false lashes to her lids. He is transforming her into Tatyana, the country girl who falls for the aloof... Read more
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Canberra Times
Nicole Car: the Australian opera diva you've never heard of but soon willthis wet London evening, Car is in her dressing room with her eyes closed. Rob
Nicole Car: the Australian opera diva you've never heard of but soon will
Canberra Times / Posted 22 hours ago
this wet London evening, Car is in her dressing room with her eyes closed. Rob the makeup artist dabs her cheeks with foundation and sticks false lashes to her lids. He is transforming her into Tatyana, the country girl who falls for the aloof... Read more
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WA Today
Nicole Car: the Australian opera diva you've never heard of but soon willthis wet London evening, Car is in her dressing room with her eyes closed. Rob
Nicole Car: the Australian opera diva you've never heard of but soon will
WA Today / Posted 23 hours ago
this wet London evening, Car is in her dressing room with her eyes closed. Rob the makeup artist dabs her cheeks with foundation and sticks false lashes to her lids. He is transforming her into Tatyana, the country girl who falls for the aloof... Read more
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The Age
Nicole Car: the Australian opera diva you've never heard of but soon willthis wet London evening, Car is in her dressing room with her eyes closed. Rob
Nicole Car: the Australian opera diva you've never heard of but soon will
The Age / Posted yesterday
this wet London evening, Car is in her dressing room with her eyes closed. Rob the makeup artist dabs her cheeks with foundation and sticks false lashes to her lids. He is transforming her into Tatyana, the country girl who falls for the aloof... Read more
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ajc.com
Three Northside couples share their love storiesas well as love. Sharon left her job in information technology in 1994 to join
Three Northside couples share their love stories
ajc.com / Posted yesterday
as well as love. Sharon left her job in information technology in 1994 to join Bruce in his diamond business. For the last five years, they have owned Dunwoody Diamonds. “It’s not much different from working in any other environment,” Bruce says.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Nicole Car: the Australian opera diva you've never heard of but soon willthis wet London evening, Car is in her dressing room with her eyes closed. Rob
Nicole Car: the Australian opera diva you've never heard of but soon will
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
this wet London evening, Car is in her dressing room with her eyes closed. Rob the makeup artist dabs her cheeks with foundation and sticks false lashes to her lids. He is transforming her into Tatyana, the country girl who falls for the aloof... Read more
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Mt. Pleasant News
GOING TO WAR? THE LAST RESORT!back memories of slavery, doesn't it?) Limiting votes to one voter one vote, t
GOING TO WAR? THE LAST RESORT!
Mt. Pleasant News / Posted yesterday
back memories of slavery, doesn't it?) Limiting votes to one voter one vote, that is a no-brainer right? It is the very foundation of democracy. But then we place no limits on wealth under the colossal illusion that dollars do not have voting... Read more
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The Atlantic
Where Do Americans Think the Economy Is Headed?of adults who said they are confident they won’t lose their job or suffer a sig
Where Do Americans Think the Economy Is Headed?
The Atlantic / Posted yesterday
of adults who said they are confident they won’t lose their job or suffer a significant dip in income during the next five years. In the latest poll, 71 percent of respondents said they are confident that their income will remain stable for... Read more
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Wheels.ca
Racing Roundup: Maxwell, Derani win, Ford GT falters, Delta Wing flies, crashes; Canadian Motor Speedway advancesholding off Pierre Kleinubing in the Toronto-based Compass360 Racing AERO Advan
Racing Roundup: Maxwell, Derani win, Ford GT falters, Delta Wing flies, crashes; Canadian Motor Speedway advances
Wheels.ca / Posted yesterday
holding off Pierre Kleinubing in the Toronto-based Compass360 Racing AERO Advanced Paint Technology/Children’s Tumor Foundation/Spyder Active Sports entry started by Paul Holton. “We knew we had a good car right away this morning,” Maxwell... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Congress appropriates funds for earthquake warning systemEarthquake Resilience summit, which highlighted options for improving detection
Congress appropriates funds for earthquake warning system
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
Earthquake Resilience summit, which highlighted options for improving detection of and response to earthquakes. “This next-generation production prototype will allow beta users to develop and deploy pilot implementations that take protective... Read more
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The Daily Record
Woman Ownedthat there was this secret sauce missing — that sense of community and connecti
Woman Owned
The Daily Record / Posted yesterday
that there was this secret sauce missing — that sense of community and connection,” she said. That secret sauce became the foundation for Sparkvision. Organizations tap into her expertise to invigorate their team, nail down their concept and goals,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Final Push Against PolioWith less than two years to certify Nigeria polio-free, the Dangote Foundation,
Final Push Against Polio
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
With less than two years to certify Nigeria polio-free, the Dangote Foundation, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and northern governors have intensified efforts on routine immunisation against the scourge. Since the last 17 months, Nigeria has... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
February concert guide: Fetty Wap, Carly Rae JepsenMill Ave., Tempe. $35-$45. 480-829-0607, luckymanonline.com.2/3: Rascal Flatts
February concert guide: Fetty Wap, Carly Rae Jepsen
The Arizona Republic / Posted yesterday
Mill Ave., Tempe. $35-$45. 480-829-0607, luckymanonline.com.2/3: Rascal Flatts With seven platinum albums to their credit (five of which are multi-platinum), Rascal Flatts have sent 12 singles to the top of Billboard's country chart, from 2002's... Read more
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The Economic Times
Heirs of some of India’s biggest tycoons are charting their own entrepreneurial path - The Economic Timesscions of business groups are raring to build businesses by themselves. They ha
Heirs of some of India’s biggest tycoons are charting their own entrepreneurial path - The Economic Times
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
scions of business groups are raring to build businesses by themselves. They have the brains and DNA. Only 3.5% of all next generation members globally want to take over their parents' firm directly after college graduation; 4.9% plan to do so five... Read more
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BruDirect.com
Monarch Visited Major Infrastructures for the PeopleMukim Gadong ‘B’ has an area of two thousand four hundred fifty six square kilo
Monarch Visited Major Infrastructures for the People
BruDirect.com / Posted 2 days ago
Mukim Gadong ‘B’ has an area of two thousand four hundred fifty six square kilometres and a population of thirty five thousand. Apart from the cordial mingling with the villagers, the visit also manifested His Majesty's concern for the... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Energyworks: A Company Turning Chicken Waste To Watts and MoreIt's one of the most commonly used fertilizers on the shore. Doug Meyers, Maryl
Energyworks: A Company Turning Chicken Waste To Watts and More
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 2 days ago
It's one of the most commonly used fertilizers on the shore. Doug Meyers, Maryland chief scientist for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, says the problem is too much manure is being put on fields that don't need it. "If you're going to use enough of... Read more
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WA Today
Bashar al-Assad's Syria battlefield breakthrough threatens new wave of refugeesborder, cut off by heavy bombardment by Russian warplanes, said Mehmet Emin Ars
Bashar al-Assad's Syria battlefield breakthrough threatens new wave of refugees
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
border, cut off by heavy bombardment by Russian warplanes, said Mehmet Emin Arslan, an official at the Humanitarian Aid Foundation in Turkey's Gaziantep province, near the Syria border. The European leaders in London are seeking an increase in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bashar al-Assad's Syria battlefield breakthrough threatens new wave of refugeesborder, cut off by heavy bombardment by Russian warplanes, said Mehmet Emin Ars
Bashar al-Assad's Syria battlefield breakthrough threatens new wave of refugees
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
border, cut off by heavy bombardment by Russian warplanes, said Mehmet Emin Arslan, an official at the Humanitarian Aid Foundation in Turkey's Gaziantep province, near the Syria border. The European leaders in London are seeking an increase in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bashar al-Assad's Syria battlefield breakthrough threatens new wave of refugeesborder, cut off by heavy bombardment by Russian warplanes, said Mehmet Emin Ars
Bashar al-Assad's Syria battlefield breakthrough threatens new wave of refugees
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
border, cut off by heavy bombardment by Russian warplanes, said Mehmet Emin Arslan, an official at the Humanitarian Aid Foundation in Turkey's Gaziantep province, near the Syria border. The European leaders in London are seeking an increase in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Bashar al-Assad's Syria battlefield breakthrough threatens new wave of refugeesborder, cut off by heavy bombardment by Russian warplanes, said Mehmet Emin Ars
Bashar al-Assad's Syria battlefield breakthrough threatens new wave of refugees
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
border, cut off by heavy bombardment by Russian warplanes, said Mehmet Emin Arslan, an official at the Humanitarian Aid Foundation in Turkey's Gaziantep province, near the Syria border. The European leaders in London are seeking an increase in... Read more
1310 related stories
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The Age
Bashar al-Assad's Syria battlefield breakthrough threatens new wave of refugeesborder, cut off by heavy bombardment by Russian warplanes, said Mehmet Emin Ars
Bashar al-Assad's Syria battlefield breakthrough threatens new wave of refugees
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
border, cut off by heavy bombardment by Russian warplanes, said Mehmet Emin Arslan, an official at the Humanitarian Aid Foundation in Turkey's Gaziantep province, near the Syria border. The European leaders in London are seeking an increase in... Read more
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ESPN
O'Connor: Wade Phillips' crazy year -- from unemployed to the Super Bowlstayed a defensive coordinator the whole time." When have you ever heard one o
O'Connor: Wade Phillips' crazy year -- from unemployed to the Super Bowl
ESPN / Posted 2 days ago
stayed a defensive coordinator the whole time." When have you ever heard one of the very best assistant coaches of his NFL generation concede he wasn't really cut out to compete with the big boys? Once upon a time, Phillips was a head coach for... Read more
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Daily Mail
MARTIN SAMUEL: Terry is the greatest centre-half of the PL erato the unique challenges of the Premier League. It is a huge gamble, less so wi
MARTIN SAMUEL: Terry is the greatest centre-half of the PL era
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
to the unique challenges of the Premier League. It is a huge gamble, less so with a player like Terry to school the next generation, which is another reason why his exit makes no sense. As for payback time over Villas-Boas, this would seem to be... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Linkscaucuses, since more often than not the winner never even becomes the nominee.
Links
Naked Capitalism / Posted 2 days ago
caucuses, since more often than not the winner never even becomes the nominee. And Cruz is sleeze incarnate. He was at the Five Seasons Center (or whatever it’s called now), during their multi-caucus event, and signed Bibles afterwards. Signed…... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
00PM Water Coolerpiece: “On Wednesday in Newton, Clinton sought to comfort Annette Bebout, a re
00PM Water Cooler
Naked Capitalism / Posted 2 days ago
piece: “On Wednesday in Newton, Clinton sought to comfort Annette Bebout, a retiree who lost the home where she had raised five children. Clinton patted Bebout’s arm and spoke of her hopes to better protect widows who lose Social Security income... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Obama wants $4B to help students learn computer sciencecomputer science in elementary, middle and high schools, administration officia
Obama wants $4B to help students learn computer science
SaukValley.com / Posted 2 days ago
computer science in elementary, middle and high schools, administration officials said. Separately, the National Science Foundation and the Corporation for National and Community Service this year will start spending $135 million to train... Read more
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The Auto Channel
Genesis Brand Launches its G90 Luxury Flagship +VIDEOthe United States, G90 will be offered in other markets, including China, Russi
Genesis Brand Launches its G90 Luxury Flagship +VIDEO
The Auto Channel / Posted 2 days ago
the United States, G90 will be offered in other markets, including China, Russia and various countries in the Middle East. Five additional Genesis models are planned for launch within the next five years. Led by key design members of Hyundai... Read more
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Daily Record
Fearless Scots cancer survivor celebrates all-clear with 15,000ft skydivethe painkillers I was taking were actually too strong.” Claire-Ann, who has no
Fearless Scots cancer survivor celebrates all-clear with 15,000ft skydive
Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
the painkillers I was taking were actually too strong.” Claire-Ann, who has no children, went through a cycle of IVF where five eggs were frozen before starting chemotherapy. She lost her hair during treatment and started wearing a wig which she... Read more
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BBC News
Leaders to gather in London for Syria donor conferenceto help refugees. A coalition of more than 90 charities meeting in London on W
Leaders to gather in London for Syria donor conference
BBC News / Posted 2 days ago
to help refugees. A coalition of more than 90 charities meeting in London on Wednesday, including Oxfam and the Malala Foundation, called for better access to education and jobs for refugees in Syria and neighbouring states.Media captionBan... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
How to ditch your job and become a teachertraining you will be given? The campaign is urging people to recognise the val
How to ditch your job and become a teacher
Liverpool Echo / Posted 2 days ago
training you will be given? The campaign is urging people to recognise the value of teaching in helping to shape the next generation of talent, to consider the benefits a teaching career can offer in the classroom and beyond, and to step up to the... Read more
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Island Packet
Lance Armstrong sparks debate with entry in Auburn training runwhich will end at the Placer High School track. “I think it’s going to be funn
Lance Armstrong sparks debate with entry in Auburn training run
Island Packet / Posted 2 days ago
which will end at the Placer High School track. “I think it’s going to be funny to watch and see how people react,” said five-time Western States champion Tim Twietmeyer, who is now a board member for the race. He said the board plans to meet... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why do girls send explicit pictures of themselves to boys?- she would pose in her underwear after school Jake Land, 21, from Buxton, Der
Why do girls send explicit pictures of themselves to boys?
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
- she would pose in her underwear after school Jake Land, 21, from Buxton, Derbyshire, received around 100 pictures from five girls who were all under 16 when he was at school One in four 13 to 17-year-old girls sent explicit pictures because... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Lance Armstrong sparks debate with entry in Auburn training runwhich ends at the Placer High School track. “I think it’s going to be funny to
Lance Armstrong sparks debate with entry in Auburn training run
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 2 days ago
which ends at the Placer High School track. “I think it’s going to be funny to watch and see how people react,” said five-time Western States champion Tim Twietmeyer, who is now a board member for the race. He said the board plans to meet... Read more
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Business Wire
REPLACING PHOTO Tyrese Gibson Continues His Coca-Cola Legacy as Ambassador for the Fifth Coca-Cola Pay It Forward Programto strive for their highest potential through this year’s Coca-Cola Pay It Forw
REPLACING PHOTO Tyrese Gibson Continues His Coca-Cola Legacy as Ambassador for the Fifth Coca-Cola Pay It Forward Program
Business Wire / Posted 3 days ago
to strive for their highest potential through this year’s Coca-Cola Pay It Forward program. Building on the program’s five years of success, the Company will now offer up to 25 students a chance to win a $5,000 scholarship and a trip to the... Read more
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Business Wire
Tyrese Gibson Continues His Coca-Cola Legacy as Ambassador for the Fifth Coca-Cola Pay It Forward Programto strive for their highest potential through this year’s Coca-Cola Pay It Forw
Tyrese Gibson Continues His Coca-Cola Legacy as Ambassador for the Fifth Coca-Cola Pay It Forward Program
Business Wire / Posted 3 days ago
to strive for their highest potential through this year’s Coca-Cola Pay It Forward program. Building on the program’s five years of success, the Company will now offer up to 25 students a chance to win a $5,000 scholarship and a trip to the... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Community heroes in for a treat at chefs event in DaltonFund. They will be joined by Ulverston mum Kristel Kemp, who last summer raise
Community heroes in for a treat at chefs event in Dalton
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Fund. They will be joined by Ulverston mum Kristel Kemp, who last summer raised almost £4,000 for the Rosemere Cancer Foundation by climbing 35 Lake District fells in just five days and doing a 10km Total Warrior challenge on day... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Driverless, automated & connected: How the Gov’t is planning a revival of the UK’s motor industryhis animals". By not having these restrictions, the UK's automotive industry h
Driverless, automated & connected: How the Gov’t is planning a revival of the UK’s motor industry
Computer Business Review / Posted 3 days ago
his animals". By not having these restrictions, the UK's automotive industry has been growing and shaping up for the next generation of cars, with particular growth seen over the last 24 months. According to the House of Commons, the UK motor... Read more
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Reuters
Superman and Sheriff battle for league's marketing crownSAN FRANCISCO Super Bowl 50 is primed for a symbolic passing of the torch from
Superman and Sheriff battle for league's marketing crown
Reuters / Posted 3 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO Super Bowl 50 is primed for a symbolic passing of the torch from one generation to the next with Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning ready to hand off the mantle of greatness to the Carolina Panthers' Cam Newton. For most of his... Read more
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Yahoo News
Superman and Sheriff battle for league's marketing crownside … By Steve Keating SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Super Bowl 50 is primed for
Superman and Sheriff battle for league's marketing crown
Yahoo News / Posted 3 days ago
side … By Steve Keating SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Super Bowl 50 is primed for a symbolic passing of the torch from one generation to the next with Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning ready to hand off the mantle of greatness to the... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Text of Alabama governor's State of the State speecha pay-raise for teachers and school support personnel, as well as all state emp
Text of Alabama governor's State of the State speech
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
a pay-raise for teachers and school support personnel, as well as all state employees - with no strings attached. Twenty-five thousand businesses in Alabama are small businesses and many of those are owned and operated by men and women who have... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Art-World Insider Who Went Too Farthe freeport’s rules, objects could remain in untaxed limbo, in theory, forever
The Art-World Insider Who Went Too Far
The New Yorker / Posted 3 days ago
the freeport’s rules, objects could remain in untaxed limbo, in theory, forever. Treasures came and they did not leave. A generation ago, these goods were cars, wine, and gold. More recently, they have been works of art. Yves Bouvier was among... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Cancer-survivor scientist backs World Cancer Day38-year-old is joining leading cancer charities Cancer Research UK, Breast Canc
Cancer-survivor scientist backs World Cancer Day
EveningTimes Online / Posted 3 days ago
38-year-old is joining leading cancer charities Cancer Research UK, Breast Cancer Care, Anthony Nolan and the Movember Foundation, who have joined forces for World Cancer Day. Together, their aim is to unite the nation and help transform the... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Superman and Sheriff battle for league's marketing crownSAN FRANCISCO Super Bowl 50 is primed for a symbolic passing of the torch from
Superman and Sheriff battle for league's marketing crown
Reuters Sports News / Posted 4 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO Super Bowl 50 is primed for a symbolic passing of the torch from one generation to the next with Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning ready to hand off the mantle of greatness to the Carolina Panthers' Cam Newton. For most of his... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Speech to the Digital Leaders Annual Lecturethe current technological, social and global changes will take us in 50 years,
Speech to the Digital Leaders Annual Lecture
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
the current technological, social and global changes will take us in 50 years, we do know where we need to be in the next five years to meet our citizens’ expectations.Citizens want services that are easy to access, convenient and tailored to them... Read more
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The Telegraph
When governments hide in closet, court readies bench on gay rightsGay rights supporters celebrate outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday. Picture b
When governments hide in closet, court readies bench on gay rights
The Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Gay rights supporters celebrate outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday. Picture by Prem Singh New Delhi, Feb. 2: A five-judge constitution bench will examine the validity of a legal clause that criminalises "unnatural sex", the Supreme Court decided... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Obama wants $4B to help students learn computer sciencecomputer science in elementary, middle and high schools, administration officia
Obama wants $4B to help students learn computer science
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 4 days ago
computer science in elementary, middle and high schools, administration officials said. Separately, the National Science Foundation and the Corporation for National and Community Service this year will start spending $135 million to train... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Plastic choking Hong KongHong Kong—saturating landfill sites but also clogging up country parks, coastal
Plastic choking Hong Kong
Manila Standard Today / Posted 4 days ago
Hong Kong—saturating landfill sites but also clogging up country parks, coastal areas and waterways. “For our supermarket generation the focus is on convenience, issues of pollution seem very far away,” says local environmental campaigner Jo... Read more
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