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WASHINGTON — Did the flames and fury that ravaged West Baltimore last month reflect the fate of former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley’s likely presidential campaign? O’Malley fashions himself as a...
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2015/05/30 12:39
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EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first part of a two-day look at the rapid growth of surveillance in today's society and the concerns raised about decreasing privacy. A few years ago, vandals defaced the...
2015/05/30 00:38
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Remember in those old "Tom and Jerry" cartoons when Jerry the mouse would try to sneak a block of Swiss cheese past Tom and when the cat spotted him, Jerry would hide in one of its holes? Well,...
2015/05/29 23:30
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BERKELEY -- Bad air, noise, traffic, obesity, mental health issues, homelessness and lack of information were among the concerns cited Tuesday at a city health department-sponsored meeting at the West...
2015/05/29 22:53
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Andrew Carnegie could ill afford to take a vacation. Or so it would seem, given the role his steelworks played in building the infrastructure of an emerging U.S. superpower. Yet even at the height of...
2015/05/29 19:29
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Back in 2009, Environics Research Group, in a survey of 3,026 full-time workers, discovered that Canadians at the time forfeited a staggering 34 million vacation days a year. That worked out to some...
2015/05/29 18:39
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On April 2, 2015, the Director of LSST, Steven Kahn, along with astrophysicist Sarah Bridle and theoretical physicist Hitoshi Murayama, spoke with The Kavli Foundation about how LSST's sweeping search...
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2015/05/29 18:29
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... you look at children that try to blow up a balloon, they have always a big problem to start it because at the beginning it’s very difficult to do the first opening,” said Daniel Wechsler, co-chair...
2015/05/29 18:08
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The study, published May 29 in the open access Nature Publishing Group journal Scientific Reports, reveals a direct link between the main culprit of Alzheimer's disease and memory loss. Alzheimer's...
2015/05/29 14:39
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If you're surfing the web and you come across a photo of the Mariners' Felix Hernandez on the pitchers' mound at Safeco Field, chances are you'll quickly interpret that you are looking at a picture of...
2015/05/29 13:39
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More than 80% of all land plants harbor so-called arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in their roots. These fungi take up inorganic nutrients from the soil and make them available to the host plant. In...
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Persistent strains of microbes have been discovered in spacecraft clean rooms. In 2014, Russian reports emerged of plankton surviving on the exterior of the International Space Station, a claim that...
2015/05/29 13:08
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The largest complete DNA analysis of ovarian cancer in the world, published overnight in Nature, has revealed unprecedented new insight into the genetic twists and turns a deadly form of the disease...
2015/05/29 12:48
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Dan Thomas became a style consultant after injuring his back. Photo: Ben Rushton Dan Thomas ran his own window cleaning business until a back injury forced him to reinvent his career. The...
2015/05/29 10:53
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WASHINGTON — Did the flames and fury that ravaged West Baltimore last month reflect the fate of former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley’s likely presidential campaign? O’Malley fashions himself as a...
2015/05/29 10:53
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The Group of Breast Cancer Researchers at the University of Malta has come up with new findings that suggest they will facilitate the therapy of breast cancer patients. They have been invited to...
2015/05/29 07:48
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Looking into the future of Presidents Bush Crystal-ball gazing a few decades into the future, we could see George P. Bush, President Jeb's son, running for president. Known as "Pea," he is a...
2015/05/29 06:49
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FRANKFURT--German retail sales rose faster than expected in April, supporting views that private consumption is likely to remain a solid pillar to economic growth in Europe's largest economy. Retail...
2015/05/29 05:03
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Dr Kevin Winter, a member of a Research Group on urban water management at the University of Cape Town, said yesterday it was difficult to provide sanitation in informal settlements, but that good...
2015/05/29 01:42
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Researchers make ICs on wood May 28, 2015 // Peter Clarke A research team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison working with the Madison-based U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Products...
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