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  • 80 years of White House Easter egg rolls, in photos

    80 years of White House Easter egg rolls, in photos

    The weather held out nicely, not too warm, and just right for romping on the inflated rides that filled the park area where the ice rink had been during winter months. "The real message of Easter is that Jesus came", said Pastor Michael Laird, the children's pastor at Emmanuel. "No one should be left out of the fun of Easter".

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  • The old guys are coming up big so far in these playoffs

    The old guys are coming up big so far in these playoffs

    According to a report from KUTV , the Jazz are testing high-tech glasses with Carter created to help him see the game in clear vision. KUTV talked to him and his father, Jeff Carter. LA played its first full game without star forward Blake Griffin , who is sidelined for the remainder of the playoffs with a right toe injury. He was outfitted with a pair of glasses, and it was clear what he was seeing was completely new to him.

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  • African countries chosen to test 1st malaria vaccine

    African countries chosen to test 1st malaria vaccine

    In sub-Saharan Africa, case incidence and death rates fell by 21 per cent and 31 per cent, respectively. According to reports , beer consumption increases the susceptibility to the dreaded disease which is malaria . "The prospect of a malaria vaccine is great news". Nearly half of the world's population is at risk of malaria , but sub-Saharan Africa is disproportionately affected by the disease, which is spread by mosquitoes infected with a parasite.

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  • Trump on Astronaut Drinking Her Own Urine: 'Better You Than Me'

    By the time she returns to Earth in September, she will have logged a cumulative 666 days in orbit. While aboard the ISS, she sequenced DNA, an experiment that she said had far-reaching implications in space and on Earth. Without allocating significant amounts of funding for a crewed trip to Mars, that kind of high-risk spaceflight won't happen on the current timeline, much less an accelerated one.

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  • UNICEF procures 2.5bn doses of vaccines for children in 100 countries

    UNICEF procures 2.5bn doses of vaccines for children in 100 countries

    Vaccines save children's lives and stop the spread of diseases. "UNICEF is urging governments in Europe and Central Asia to invest in health systems that prioritize reaching the most vulnerable children with life-saving immunizations alongside national campaigns to address the concerning trend of growing vaccine hesitancy".

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  • Tip Led to Police Pursuit of Facebook Killer

    Those beliefs were confirmed Tuesday around 11:10 a.m., when Pennsylvania State Police spotted Stephens' vehicle and attempted to pull him over. Godwin was walking down a street in Cleveland, Ohio , when Steve Stephens gunned him down, then posted a video of the killing on Facebook .

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  • Champions League: Este viernes se realizará sorteo para semifinales

    El Real Madrid conocerá el penúltimo obstáculo que debe superar en busca de otro nuevo récord en una competición que domina como vigente campeón y como único club que la ha ganado once veces. Los italianos de la Juve, tras eliminar al Barça , se las verán contra el equipo sorpresa de la temporada, el Mónaco de Falcao y Mbappé . Además de los dos títulos ganados en 1985 y 1996, la Juventus ha perdido seis finales (1973, 1983, 1997, 1998, 2003 y 2015 ).

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  • United States 'mother of all bombs' kills dozens of ISIS militants

    United States 'mother of all bombs' kills dozens of ISIS militants

    Pentagon officials have confirmed a Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB) - the largest non-nuclear weapon in its arsenal - was dropped on an ISIS tunnel target in Afghanistan . CNN said the MOAB bomb was selected because the area targeted was in an extremely remote portion of the country, meaning risk to civilians was minimal.

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  • The Latest on Ivanka Trump's trip to Berlin (all times local)

    During the campaign, Ivanka Trump promoted policies regarding family leave, child care, and other initiatives for women in the workplace. Ivanka Trump's high-profile visit caused a minor sensation in Germany, where her name was trending far higher than Merkel's on Twitter Tuesday.

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  • Idaho man has died on private boating trip on Colorado River

    Idaho man has died on private boating trip on Colorado River

    In addition to crews on the ground, the National Park Service searched by air, rescue boat, and drone for the boy and his grandma. McOmie said the family is appreciative of the National Park Service's diligent search efforts and for the tremendous outpouring of support from their community.

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  • Simulating mom's womb in research to help earliest preemies

    Simulating mom's womb in research to help earliest preemies

    Flake, MD, a fetal surgeon and director of the Center for Fetal Research in the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). "It is about the development of new ways of treating extremely premature babies", he said in a statement. "This would be a huge deal". The new system aims to further increase the likelihood a premature baby will be able to develop healthily.

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  • Little Caesars Arena expected to announce U-M, MSU hoops games Tuesday

    Little Caesars Arena expected to announce U-M, MSU hoops games Tuesday

    Olympia Entertainment President Tom Wilson said Tuesday the four schools will play December 16. The games were announced during a news conference Tuesday morning outside the arena. As logical as the matchups appear to be, MI coach John Beilein said its a challenge to align schedules for all four programs to play on the same day.

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  • Maoist rebels kill 12 Indian paramilitary soldiers

    Maoist rebels kill 12 Indian paramilitary soldiers

    A soldier who survived the attack, Sher Mohammed, said from his hospital bed, "They had rocket launchers.automatic weapons, AK47s". CRPF personnel were engaged in area sanitisation for a road construction project. Singh was in the national capital to attend some programmes and was scheduled to leave for Raipur on Tuesday. Home Minister Rajnath Singh has called a meeting of 10 Naxalism-affected states on May 8, saying that if the need be, the government would "revisit" the strategy to ...

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  • Asalto millonario a empresa en Paraguay

    Ladaga afirmó que fue "una guerra entre los delincuentes y la policía” que se extendió durante más de tres horas y sembró el terror entre los vecinos de la zona". Además, el ataque dejó a cuatro heridos: tres civiles que transitaban por el lugar y otro oficial de policía que resultó herido de bala en el abdomen.

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  • "El acuerdo UE-Mercosur está más cerca que nunca" — Rajoy

    El jefe del Ejecutivo español fue recibido por el embajador de España en Uruguay, Roberto Varela, y el jefe de la legación uruguaya en Madrid, Francisco Bustillo. Ambos ministros también destacaron la sintonía económica y política entre España y Brasil y, al igual que el presidente del Gobierno español, subrayaron la necesidad de impulsar las negociaciones entre la Unión Europea y el Mercosur.

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  • Cure For Dementia? Umbilical Cord Blood Revitalizes Brain Function, Study Finds

    Cure For Dementia? Umbilical Cord Blood Revitalizes Brain Function, Study Finds

    The work is the latest in a string of studies that suggest molecules found in young blood may be able to rejuvenate old brains and other tissues. The findings of the study were printed in the journal Nature . And administering TIMP2-neutralizing antibodies to young normal mice , who ordinarily perform well on memory tests, obliterated their prowess. Rudolph Tanzi , a researcher at Harvard who wasn't involved in the most recent study, says it takes a "smart" approach to show that ...

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  • Texas Public Radio's Zika Coverage Recognized With Edward R. Murrow Award

    Texas Public Radio's Zika Coverage Recognized With Edward R. Murrow Award

    In the Edward R. Murrow Awards competition, WKYT is judged against television stations in Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia. Murrow Award for best website . This is the first Murrow Award for the Razorback Nation. You can see a full list of winners here. This year, RTDNA received almost 4,300 entries during the 2017 awards season.

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  • Propone Peña Nieto a 18 magistrados anticorrupción

    Propone Peña Nieto a 18 magistrados anticorrupción

    La responsabilidad de los tres magistrados de sala superior será resolver apelaciones en contra de fallos dictados por la salas especializadas en materia de responsabilidades administrativas. Las sugerencias de magistrados, que tendrán la tarea de llevar los casos de faltas administrativas y corrupción de funcionarios públicos y particulares, son tres para la sala superior y 15 para las especializadas, mismas que serán analizadas por la Cámara alta .

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  • Boston Marathon remains an inspiration for all who run

    As CBS2's Don Dahler reported, in 1967, Switzer became the first woman to officially cross the finish line of the Boston Marathon. "But I had trained hard and was confident of my strength. There are now more women competing in marathons nationwide than there are men. Switzer's coach in 1967 was a 15-time Boston Marathoner and didn't think a woman could do it - which energized Switzer to try.

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  • Se han registrado 134 réplicas del sismo en Chile

    Respecto al temblor de este lunes, Pardo destacó que "es un sismo de magnitud moderada y que no genera daños importantes". "Todo esto es esperable". Bajo el territorio chileno se ubican las placas sudamericanas y Nazca que, cada cierto tiempo, tienden a acomodarse generando fuertes movimientos telúricos .

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  • NFL Draft 2017: Titans eager to add talent with 2 top picks

    NFL Draft 2017: Titans eager to add talent with 2 top picks

    We are just a few days away until the kickoff of the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia. "You want to be prepared". Rex Burkhead is now in New England, Jeremy Hill's contract expires in 2018, and Giovani Bernard is coming off a torn ACL, so you could argue running back is this team's biggest need in the draft.

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  • Morelia anunció boletos gratis para el duelo contra Pumas

    Como una muestra de agradecimiento a la fiel afición del conjunto michoacano, y con la intención de asegurar que en el partido del próximo sábado ante Pumas , en el Estadio Morelos haya un 100 por ciento de seguidores de Monarcas Morelia que los alienten a luchar por la permanencia en el máximo circuito, la directiva de los Rojiamarillos en comunión con los jugadores, decidieron regalar la taquilla, y dar acceso gratuito, única y exclusivamente a aficionados del conjunto local.

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  • US Chamber endorses Karen Handel in special election

    US Chamber endorses Karen Handel in special election

    HuffPo reported , "On Thursday, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law filed a complaint in the federal district court in Atlanta, arguing that the state is violating the National Voter Registration Act". The Democratic candidate running to fill the seat vacated by Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price in Georgia's sixth congressional district had a privileged upbringing, according to new reports.

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  • Delhi municipal polls: 53.58 per cent voter turnout

    Delhi municipal polls: 53.58 per cent voter turnout

    The Congress party kept a low profile. In a meeting of the poll observers at his residence in Civil Lines, Kejriwal said that AAP was born out of a movement and the party would not hesitate to return to it. "What is SEC (state election commission ) doing?" the Aam Aadmi Party convenor had tweeted. "If the chief minister of Delhi has raised some questions on EVMs, and if it has even a bit of truth, then the commission should look into the matter and ensure that the trust of people in the ...

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  • Jeff Sessions Won't Apologize For Offending The Entire State Of Hawaii

    Jeff Sessions Won't Apologize For Offending The Entire State Of Hawaii

    The attorney general argued that the plaintiffs in the suit - the state of Hawaii and a Hawaiian imam - purposefully chose a venue they believed would be sympathetic, a common legal practice. "I think it's a mistake", Sessions said, "and we're going to battle in the courts and I think we're going to eventually win". "We're gonna defend that order all the way up".

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