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It’s not a recent initiative, but as far as unusual – and effective – measures to improve road-traffic safety go, mime is still hard to beat. In the mid-90s, Bogotá’s then-mayor, Antanas Mockus,...
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2015/05/26 05:44
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... mistakes everyone should make before they turn 30 Posted May 24, 2015 at 12:02 PM Everyone makes mistakes. But no matter how much humiliation, pain, or sadness they may cause, every misstep helps...
2015/05/26 04:37
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Sarasvati Empowerment and Teachings with Lama Migmar Lama Migmar will be leading a workshop on Healing Through The Sound of Music. May 30th, 11 - 4 Where ever there is the sound of music, no...
2015/05/26 04:27
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Smokers who kick the habit could be hard-wired for success, thanks to greater communication between two regions of the brain that may play a role in controlling the urge to reach for cigarettes, a...
2015/05/25 22:42
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Teenage boys who become very obese may double their risk of getting bowel cancer by the time they are in their 50s, research suggests. Past studies have shown that obesity in adults increases the...
2015/05/25 21:42
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I’ve been doing business in China since 1987, where I have produced movies and TV, and advised major Chinese companies like China Film Group, Shanghai Media Group and CCTV. I've worked for more than...
2015/05/25 20:29
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... failure to acknowledge race as a fundamental feature of today's unequal world order remains a striking weakness of radical as well as conventional analyses of that order. Current global and...
2015/05/25 15:10
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Curses, Foiled Again Moments after robbing a tourist of her gold chain on a street in Miami Beach, Fla., the gunman returned to the scene in his Mercedes and confronted the victim about the poor...
2015/05/25 14:29
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IT is the kind of thing to which many actors in global governance would sign up, coming from a continent in which over 270 school girls would be abducted and 'married' or sold off by some insurgents...
2015/05/25 13:14
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A member of the Boy Scouts of America holds flags to be placed at graves at Cypress Hills National Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York, May 23, 2015. The annual "Flags-In" ceremony is held ahead of...
2015/05/25 13:05
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One question that I have puzzled over again and again is why anyone who really cares about the quality of education would be a proponent of school choice, for example, vouchers for religious schools...
2015/05/25 12:27
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All last week, the Department of Veterans Affairs celebrated 90 years of improving the lives of Veterans and other Americans through medical and prosthetics research during National VA Research Week...
2015/05/25 12:22
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Student debt is becoming a big campaign issue for 2016 | News & Observer News & Observer May 25, 2015 Student debt is becoming a big campaign issue for 2016 The $1.3 trillion burden of student debt...
2015/05/25 10:39
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When the 51-year-old former head of the MLB Players Association -- a Mansfield Township resident -- died in 2013, a little more than a year after announcing he had an inoperable brain tumor, Arizona...
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Summer is a time of familiar comforts: the scent of sunscreen and the feeling of sand between toes, the taste of Bomb Pops and the sight of long, late, orange sunsets. But with the multiplexes filled...
2015/05/25 02:22
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While at war, women describe fighting to belong | News & Observer News & Observer May 24, 2015 While at war, women describe fighting to belong The day’s work was in full swing, the men in the...
2015/05/24 23:13
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It's a good bet that more Americans could name President Harry Truman's vice president than could tell you who spoke at their own graduation. Still, thousands of devoted parents, grandparents, other...
2015/05/24 22:43
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John Nash, the Princeton University mathematician and Nobel laureate whose towering intellect and descent into paranoid schizophrenia formed the basis of the Academy Award-winning movie A Beautiful...
2015/05/24 19:48
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Reading our DNA is a new way of interpreting ourselves. Current trends suggest that one day, perhaps much sooner than we think, we will all have our own genomes sequenced. We may opt in for health...
2015/05/24 13:43
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It was incredible,” says Rwitwika Bhattacharya, “Seventeen phone calls from Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MPs’ offices on one day.” Bhattacharya is the 28-year-old founder and chief executive officer...
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