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A Spoonful Of Sugar May Help The Workout Go Down

A spoonful of sugar may help make your workout a bit easier.

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Scientists Puzzled Over Sea Otter Deaths In Alaska

Scientists continue to be puzzled over the spike in sea otter deaths and illness observed around Alaska’s Kachemak Bay; no definitive answer has yet been found despite extensive testing.

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Carson after tour: Syrian refugees don't want to come to US

After camp tour, Republican Ben Carson says Syrian refugees don't want to come to US

Religious Clashes in CAR

As Pope Francis visits the Central African Republic, the country is in the midst of conflict, with society divided between enclaves of Christians and Muslims, clashing daily.

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No. 7 Westfield downs No. 5 Lake Braddock to advance, 31-7

The Bulldogs used a balanced offense and defense to shut down the Bruins to move on to the Virginia 6A North finals.

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Despite AIDS Research And Education, Some Myths Still Remain

Researchers have shared more information about HIV/AIDs than ever before and yet, some people still believe old myths.

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Extremely Rare Bright Orange Monkey Born At Taronga Zoo

A rare monkey was recently born at Australia’s Taronga Zoo.

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Olene Walker, Utah's first female governor, dies at 85

Olene Walker, first woman to serve as Utah governor, dies at 85

Radiation Scan for Babies in Fukushima

A new radiation scanner has been developed for babies in order to reassure Fukushima families affected by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

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Pope honors Ugandan Christian martyrs as example of faith

Pope honors Ugandan Christian martyrs as example of faith and missionary role models

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Protests In Turkey After Pro-Kurdish Lawyer Killed In Shootout

Tahir Elci was shot and killed while speaking out against the violence between Kurdish groups and the Turkish government.

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Runaway Pet Pig Refuses Capture, Sends Police On A Chase

Police in Rollingwood, Texas recently found themselves involved in the pursuit of a runaway pig.

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Trump goes after GOP rivals Rubio, Bush in their home state

Trump takes on rivals Rubio, Bush in their home state, says he's 'killing everybody' in polls

Huge Crowds for Pope's Uganda Mass

Pope Francis celebrates Mass in front of huge crowds in Uganda on the second stage of his three-country Africa tour.

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Boko Haram claims bombing of Shiite procession in Nigeria

Boko Haram claims suicide bombing of Shiite procession that killed 21 in Nigeria

Chris Hemsworth Paid Off His Parents' Debt

In an interview with The Independent, Liam Hemsworth revealed his brother Chris surprised their parents by paying off all of their debts.

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Astronomers Observe Massive Black Hole Devouring Star

Not only did astronomers get to follow along as a black hole devoured an entire star, they observed a rather rare occurrence – the existence of conical outflow.

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Obama shops at Washington bookstore, popular frozen pop shop

Obama, daughters shop Small Business Saturday at Washington bookstore, popular frozen pop shop

Clashes as Macedonia Erects Border Fence

Macedonia erects a fence on its border with Greece to limit the flow of migrants to the country.

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UN: Maurice Strong, climate and development pioneer, dies

UN says Maurice Strong, who put climate, environment on the global agenda, dies at 86