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House Nancy Pelosi - D-Calif - grandstanding
The speaker needs to stay in her lane.
The speaker needs to stay in her lane.
BOSTON — A Massachusetts Institute of Technology (archive) professor was charged Thursday with hiding…Seattletimes
Science: Massachusetts Institute - nanotechnology - collecting
BOSTON — A Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor was charged Thursday with hiding work he did for the…
BOSTON — A Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor was charged Thursday with hiding work he did for the Chinese government while he was also collecting U.S. dollars for his nanotechnology research.
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Health: tips - yourself - struggling - notice
…when they notice someone struggling.
People are often told to check in with others when they notice someone struggling. But what about checking in with yourself?
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Science: Finnish Food Authority - Maria Lahtinen - dietary
Feeding time for pups at Wolf Park,…
Feeding time for pups at Wolf Park, a nonprofit education and research facility in Battle Ground, Ind., on July 1, 2017.
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Politics: Washington Times - Kay Ivey - Montgomery - 29
…Air Force spokeswoman said Wednesday.
U.S. Space Command will move to Huntsville, Alabama, from its temporary headquarters at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado, an Air Force spokeswoman said Wednesday.
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Science: actor-director - COVID - loneliness - tackling
…actor-director George Clooney endured a subzero shoot,…
Tackling his most ambitious movie yet, a meditation on loneliness, connection and redemption, actor-director George Clooney endured a subzero shoot, mastered the latest VFX, and even overcame the COVID-19 lockdown.
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Science: civilization - parachutes - skydivers - igniting
…that helps determine the damage global warming will cause.
The speed at which carbon dioxide is building up in Earth's atmosphere is a critical factor that helps determine the damage global warming will cause.
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Politics: DFW International - adjustable - dynamic - carbon
…meaning that it would reduce its carbon emissions and pay...
DFW was among the first major facilities in the U.S. in 2016 to say it was going carbon neutral, meaning that it would reduce its carbon emissions and pay...
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News: 413 - 176
…pushed …below its 2019 ranking, according to data from IFI Claims Patent Services.
Microsoft again ranked fourth, with 2,905 patents granted, while Amazon, which was granted 2,244 patents, was pushed …below its 2019 ranking, according to data from IFI Claims Patent Services.
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News: Alderaan - consequences - submit
The only thing I hate more than Alderaan is consequences.
The only thing I hate more than Alderaan is consequences.
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Science: awe-inspiring - Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter - sinks
Arizona's Grand Canyon may be awe-inspiring, but it's just \
Arizona's Grand Canyon may be awe-inspiring, but it's just \
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Science: Joe Biden - borenstein - seth - Queen
…science will always be at the forefront of my…
Saying “science will always be at the forefront of my administration,” Biden said he is boosting the science advisor post to Cabinet level, a first in White House history.
The Israeli military said Friday that Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired two…Detroitnews
Gaza Strip - militants
The Israeli military said Friday that Palestinian…
The Israeli military said Friday that Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired two rockets toward southern Israel
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Crime: York Times - pro-Trump - Schaff - Inauguration
…wide mix of public and private feeds.
Now, conversations about potential attacks and protests around Inauguration Day are taking place on a wide mix of public and private feeds. Police forces are concerned about being able to predict and respond to protests and potential attacks.
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Science: Vice President Pence - Matthew Dominick - timeline
Biden will likely keep NASA’s Artemis program, but on a different timeline.
Biden will likely keep NASA’s Artemis program, but on a different timeline.
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Finance: Las Vegas Review-Journal - hotel-casinos
Artificial intelligence already exists in Las Vegas’ hotel-casinos,…
Artificial intelligence already exists in Las Vegas’ hotel-casinos, and its use across resort operations is likely to expand in coming years. Guests will notice how AI technology can enhance their hotel stays and experiences on the casino floor.
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Entertainment: cyber - arsenal - helm
America’s nuclear arsenal wasn’t compromised by a recent cyber attack that targeted…
America’s nuclear arsenal wasn’t compromised by a recent cyber attack that targeted thousands of sensitive computer networks used by government agencies and private companies, the Navy admiral at the helm of the U.S.
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outage - Peco - Gas Co - installs - integrate
…better manage their energy spending.
N.J. says wireless digital meters can improve outage responses, integrate more renewable energy and allow customers to better manage their energy spending.
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roadblock - Biden - Trump - slots - highlights
…change research as core to his agenda.
Biden sees climate change research as core to his agenda. The Trump team’s overhaul of USDA highlights a key roadblock.
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Science: President-elect Joe Biden - incoming - Eric Lander
…geneticist Eric Lander to run it.
President-elect Joe Biden will elevate the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to a cabinet-level agency and picks world famous geneticist Eric Lander to run it.
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Entertainment: patent-pending - Ultra Reflex - home-cinema
Netflix is testing a new Meyer Sound technology paired with…
Netflix is testing a new Meyer Sound technology paired with Sony’s Crystal LED display.
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Science: bedevil - Wuhan
…quest for pandemic’s source before it has begun.
Doubts about whether Beijing will allow full access for scientific investigations bedevil the quest for pandemic’s source before it has begun.
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Science: flipped - calendar - happening - plenty
There will be plenty happening in the night sky this year.
There will be plenty happening in the night sky this year.
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Finance: harassing - ranchers - ornery - traipsing
…reputation for harassing local ranchers.
It was hard enough to find the hippo, a massive, ornery male with a reputation for harassing local ranchers.
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Science: The Midnight Sky - Santa Claus - daunting - Netflix
…with a hopeful yet daunting ending.
George Clooney's Netflix movie 'The Midnight Sky' is an apocalyptic tale that leaves two characters with a hopeful yet daunting ending.
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Point Reyes National Seashore - Paul Chinn
…during their winter pupping season.
Point Reyes National Seashore on Thursday announced the temporary closure of Drakes Beach to protect the area’s northern elephant seals during their winter pupping season.
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Health: inertia - frightened
…concerned about the impact of COVID and the inertia it might cause.
We were all pretty frightened and concerned about the impact of COVID and the inertia it might cause.
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Science: GAL-CLUS-022058s - gravitational - astronomers
Astronomers say the Molten Ring is a terrific example of an Einstein ring, caused by…
Astronomers say the Molten Ring is a terrific example of an Einstein ring, caused by gravitational lensing
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Health: Bushmills - deserve - survived - 12 - glass - 31
You did it — you survived 2020! Sure it’s a little early in the day, but raise a glass! You deserve it.
You did it — you survived 2020! Sure it’s a little early in the day, but raise a glass! You deserve it. As I’ve been saying for the past 12 months as I reached for another Bushmills: “It’s 20…
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Science: worsening - woes - 48
About half the Lower 48 states are in some…
About half the Lower 48 states are in some form of drought conditions, with some areas likely to see worsening water woes this winter.
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Entertainment: South Korean - Song Joong-Ki - Kim Tae-Ri
…budget action film set in space.
Starring K-drama favorites Song Joong-Ki and Kim Tae-Ri, the movie is considered South Korea's first big-budget action film set in space. It sold to the streamer after a COVID-19 release delay.
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Science: crafting - EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler - regulate
…crafting public health protections.
The Environmental Protection Agency has finalized a rule limiting which scientific studies the agency can use in crafting public health protections.
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Science: Station Whidbey Island - Seattle Times - soundscape
Data regarding Navy-related aircraft noise from Naval Air Station…
Data regarding Navy-related aircraft noise from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island does not show the Growlers are destroying the Olympic National Park’s soundscape or harming its wildlife.
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Science: mathematician - famously - calculations - navigation
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Review-Journal - Nevada Article - low-profile
Another great Review-Journal editorial in support of the Nevada Constitution’s…
Another great Review-Journal editorial in support of the Nevada Constitution’s Article 3, Section 1 separation of powers doctrine .
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Science: orbiting - capsule - Dragon
2020 was a good year for space exploration. 2021 could be better.
2020 was a good year for space exploration. 2021 could be better.
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John Gagan - gorgeous - meteorologist - prairie
Rime ice is common in winter, but southern Wisconsin has had four days of it,…
Rime ice is common in winter, but southern Wisconsin has had four days of it, leading to a gorgeous coating of white ice on trees and prairie grasses among other things.
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siblings - aunt - reader
Reader finds out her aunt had a different father than siblings. Should she tell?
Reader finds out her aunt had a different father than siblings. Should she tell?
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Health: coronavirus - SARS-CoV-2 - 2019-nCoV - Shoham
…escaped from a Chinese laboratory.
Retired Israeli Lt. Col. Dany Shoham, who was among the first to suggest that the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak may be linked to China’s military research, now believes there is a strong possibility that the virus escaped from a Chinese laboratory.
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Entertainment: Shadow Threat - Krypton - destruction
…period leading up to its destruction.
The new DC young adult graphic novel series is set on Krypton in the period leading up to its destruction.
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News: footprint - jetmaker - Statkus
…from the Museum of Flight in Seattle.
In yet another sign of Boeing's shrinking local footprint, the jetmaker plans to shutter its advanced manufacturing research and development center located across the road from the Museum of Flight in Seattle.
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seismic - Punjabi - waves
Opinion: The seismic waves of the protest are not only being felt in India but in countries across the world where…
Opinion: The seismic waves of the protest are not only being felt in India but in countries across the world where the Indian, and particularly Punjabi,…
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snowstorm - swings
January should continue to bring significant swings in the weather pattern, with increasing…
January should continue to bring significant swings in the weather pattern, with increasing snow chances toward the second half of the month.
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Science: mcneil - dake - kang - Maria - Associated Press
For scientists and journalists, China has become a black hole of no information because of political sensitivity and secrecy
For scientists and journalists, China has become a black hole of no information because of political sensitivity and secrecy
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Science: Associated Press - Jamey Keaten
The head of the World Health Organization says that he is “disappointed” that Chinese officials haven't finalized…
The head of the World Health Organization says that he is “disappointed” that Chinese officials haven't finalized permissions for the arrival of a team of experts into China to examine origins of COVID-19
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Science: Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus - Director General
Experts from around the world want to visit Wuhan to examine the origins of COVID-19, but Chinese official haven'…
Experts from around the world want to visit Wuhan to examine the origins of COVID-19, but Chinese official haven't finalized permissions for the team's arrival.
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Science: Justice Department - rollbacks - Trump
The Trump administration delivered an eleventh-hour blow to the regulatory state Tuesday by finalizing a…
The Trump administration delivered an eleventh-hour blow to the regulatory state Tuesday by finalizing a scientific transparency rule requiring the Environmental Protection Agency to back up its mandates with publicly available data.
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Science: mysteries - unlock - sped - screaming
These stars are absolutely screaming through space — and…
These stars are absolutely screaming through space — and understanding how they sped up so fast may unlock other astronomy mysteries
The polar vortex is synonymous with extreme cold (illustration) and snow. The current phenomenon is powerful…Seattletimes
Northern Hemisphere - unpredictable - synonymous
…splits favor big snowstorms, forecasters emphasize that every event is different.
The polar vortex is synonymous with extreme cold and snow. The current phenomenon is powerful and unpredictable: Although in general, polar vortex splits favor big snowstorms, forecasters emphasize that every event is different.
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Science: scribbling - giraffes - kindness - KidsPost
Our calendar includes days to honor scribbling, giraffes and random acts of kindness.
Our calendar includes days to honor scribbling, giraffes and random acts of kindness.
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Entertainment: Associated Press - James Bond - captivated
Tanya Roberts, who captivated James Bond in “A View to a Kill,” has been hospitalized after falling at her home
Tanya Roberts, who captivated James Bond in “A View to a Kill,” has been hospitalized after falling at her home
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Iran Saturday - European Union - Behrouz Kamalvandi
BRUSSELS — The European Union said Tuesday it would redouble its efforts to save the Iran nuclear agreement despite…
BRUSSELS — The European Union said Tuesday it would redouble its efforts to save the Iran nuclear agreement despite what it calls Tehran’s “important breach” of commitments made in the 2015 deal by starting to enrich uranium to new...
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Adirondacks - Winslow Homer - camaraderie
…the scenery that inspired Winslow Homer is a picture-perfect backdrop for camaraderie and adventure.
On a Saranac Lakes canoe trip, the scenery that inspired Winslow Homer is a picture-perfect backdrop for camaraderie and adventure.
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specially trained - dogs - carrier
…specially trained” and will refuse transport to emotional support animals.
Beginning Jan. 11, the airline will allow only service dogs that are “specially trained” and will refuse transport to emotional support animals.
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Science: Farmersville - succulents - Grown - indoor
Get some indoor plants, take back your time and do resolutions the right way.
Get some indoor plants, take back your time and do resolutions the right way.
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Science: burbot - input - deer - flipped - wolf
From deer research to online input, from the gray wolf and burbot to a fun fishing quest,…
From deer research to online input, from the gray wolf and burbot to a fun fishing quest, 2020 provided Wisconsin outdoors stories worth another look.
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Richardson Innovation Quarter - volunteer-run
…people to collaborate on creative technology projects in a shared workspace, opened what it calls its new “hac...
The Lab.ms, a volunteer-run nonprofit inviting people to collaborate on creative technology projects in a shared workspace, opened what it calls its new “hac...
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Health: Tiffany Crawford - David Carrigg - coronavirus
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
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Science: Lawrence Jenkins Special Contributor - fatalities
Across the state, 16,027 more cases and 334 COVID-19 deaths were reported Friday.
Across the state, 16,027 more cases and 334 COVID-19 deaths were reported Friday. Texas has now reported 1,772,483 total cases and 27,771 fatalities. Texas...
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Science: Marcus Aurelius - Alexander Hunter - Roman
…What we observe to be reality is not reality, but our perception of it.
The Roman emperor and philosopher Marcus Aurelius stated, “Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.” What we observe to be reality is not reality, but our perception of it.
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Norman Smith - Project SNOWstorm - fitted
…SNOWstorm has returned to the U.S. after spending the summer in the Arctic.
A snowy owl fitted with a transmitter last winter in Wisconsin as part of Project SNOWstorm has returned to the U.S. after spending the summer in the Arctic.
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Science: explicit procedural hurdles - outlined - consultants
…Protection Agency to clear before it could use science to address the health impacts of smoking.
A team of tobacco industry consultants once outlined a plan to create “explicit procedural hurdles” for the Environmental Protection Agency to clear before it could use science to address the health impacts of smoking.
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ingredients - marine
One state has banned sunscreens containing certain ingredients in an effort to protect their marine environment.
One state has banned sunscreens containing certain ingredients in an effort to protect their marine environment.
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Culture: tunable - Voy - glasses - frame - wheel - anywhere
…small wheel on the glasses’ frame to adjust the focus level anywhere between -5D to +2D.
By Bailey Schulz / Las Vegas Review-Journal Voy's tunable glasses allow users to turn a small wheel on the glasses’ frame to adjust the focus level anywhere between -5D to +2D.
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Science: Kennedy Space Center - Cape Canaveral - Doug Hurley
For obvious reasons, 2020 will not go down as a good year. At the same time, it has brought…
For obvious reasons, 2020 will not go down as a good year. At the same time, it has brought more scientific progress than any year in recent memory — and these advances will last long after COVID-1…
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Environment: United Arab Emirates - South Korean-flagged - dubai
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran on Monday began enriching uranium…
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran on Monday began enriching uranium up to 20% at an underground facility and seized a South Korean-flagged oil tanker in the crucial Strait of Hormuz, fu…
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Science: scientific
Again going against scientific advice, again failing the people they serve.
Again going against scientific advice, again failing the people they serve.
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Jeffrey Lurie - Howie Roseman - fifth-year
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie can’t view Pederson through a narrow microscope. If the fifth-year coach’s job is to be…
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie can’t view Pederson through a narrow microscope. If the fifth-year coach’s job is to be on the line, shouldn’t the same be said of general manager Howie Roseman?
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Health: South Korean-flagged - United Arab Emirates
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran began enriching uranium Monday to levels unseen since its 2015 nuclear deal with…
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran began enriching uranium Monday to levels unseen since its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers and also seized a South Korean-flagged tanker near the crucial Strai…
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Science: vaccinology - shaped - concept
How the concept of dose response shaped modern science and vaccinology
How the concept of dose response shaped modern science and vaccinology
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restarted - purity - Fordow - Trump - heightened
…nuclear arms amid heightened tensions with the Trump administration.
The move represents another technical step towards achieving nuclear arms amid heightened tensions with the Trump administration.
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Science: Josh Young - lucinda - expedition - robb
Josh Young’s new Expedition Deep Ocean takes you there.
Josh Young’s new Expedition Deep Ocean takes you there.
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Science: super-ingredients - extracts - unfortified - savory
…ingredients to always keep in the pantry
An exploration of yeast extracts — savory super-ingredients to always keep in the pantry
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definitive
Here's how astronomers were able to make a new,…
Here's how astronomers were able to make a new, definitive estimate for the age of the universe
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United States - Gavin Newsom - Great Britain
…only what amounts to circumstantial evidence.
Scientists who study the biology of viruses say that so far, there is no proof that this new strain is more transmissible, only what amounts to circumstantial evidence.
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Science: clouds - shake - tonight
A cold rain moves in late tonight.
A cold rain moves in late tonight.
Fans sit in a mostly empty Greensboro (archive) Coliseum after the cancellation of the ACC men'… Jim DollarWashingtonpost
Science: Greensboro Coliseum - cancellation - forever - 12
The games hope to return to normal over the next year, but “normal” might have changed forever.
The games hope to return to normal over the next year, but “normal” might have changed forever.
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Science: Temple School - Cathedral Village - biochemistry
…and the former chair of the Department of Biochemistry at Temple…
Dr. Robert L. Pollack, 94, of Philadelphia, a scientist, author, Navy veteran, and the former chair of the Department of Biochemistry at Temple University’s School of Dentistry, died Tuesday, Dec.
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Health: public-private - covid-19 - vaccine
…private cooperation to create a covid-…
In a very dark year, some good developments, leading with the public-private cooperation to create a covid-19 vaccine
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Science: Illingworth University - Yale University - GN-z11
…z11 is the oldest and most distant galaxy humans…
A new study confirms GN-z11 is the oldest and most distant galaxy humans have ever sighted
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Health: plexiglass - dispensed - tarot - planets - hope
…tarot cards at home and advice dispensed on…
The hopeful and the desperate search for certainty with plexiglass palm readings, tarot cards at home and advice dispensed on the phone
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Science: The Mandalorian - Luke Skywalker - The Rescue
Hamill called Luke Skywalker’s appearance in the closing moments of episode…
Hamill called Luke Skywalker’s appearance in the closing moments of episode 16, The Rescue, one of the “greatest gifts.”
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Science: serenaded - Wheelock - impressions - Portugal
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station often speak to students via ham…
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station often speak to students via ham radio in scheduled appearances. Some spend their limited free time making contact with amateur radio operators around the world.
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Science: MSU Graduate Employees Union - Whitmer’s COVID
Transparency at public institutions shouldn’t get time off, even during COVID-19, Jacques writes.
Transparency at public institutions shouldn’t get time off, even during COVID-19, Jacques writes. And that's why the Mackinac Center is suing MSU, UM
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Science: Pacific Northwest - Maple Valley - seismic
…according to the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network.
An earthquake with a 3.2 magnitude reported Wednesday morning near Maple Valley is the fourth small quake in the Puget Sound area in the past three days, according to the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network.
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Culture: David Poulson - Capital News - geothermal - cooling
Geothermal heating and cooling touted as bigger bang for taxpayers’ bucks
Geothermal heating and cooling touted as bigger bang for taxpayers’ bucks
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Finance: tumultuous - vaccines - turnaround - thank
…biggest gaming trends with one word, three times.
A former Wynn executive sums up her view on 2021’s biggest gaming trends with one word, three times.
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Science: Andreas Jansen - Barcroft Media - horrified
Experts are horrified at the Ukrainian…
Experts are horrified at the Ukrainian government for allowing a company to dredge near the disaster site
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1967 - eligible - opportunities
…market opportunities because of their age.
Not all millennials will immediately face age discrimination, of course, but research shows that some millennial women are already losing labor market opportunities because of their age.
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Crime: Studio Theatre-produced - audio - native
…produced audio play “I Hate It Here.”
The D.C. native appears in the new Studio Theatre-produced audio play “I Hate It Here.”
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Science: A Charlie Brown Christmas - Alexander Hunter
Many of us remember the classic narration from the Gospel of Luke presented by Linus in George Schultz’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas”
Many of us remember the classic narration from the Gospel of Luke presented by Linus in George Schultz’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas”
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Science: Boundary Bay - terminology - f---ing - whenever
Whenever one chooses to swim in Boundary Bay on any given day in December, which I have taken to doing so of late, it is — and…
Whenever one chooses to swim in Boundary Bay on any given day in December, which I have taken to doing so of late, it is — and this is the correct, scientific terminology — f---ing cold.
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Science: conspicuous - conjunction - zipping
The heavens celebrate the new year by offering shooting stars zipping through the night.
The heavens celebrate the new year by offering shooting stars zipping through the night.