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Pennsylvania Redistricting Leads To Bad Blood Among Some Democrats Forced To Shuffle Electoral Plans

Democrats last month when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court redrew the state’s congressional districts, ruling that the GOP had gerrymandered the map unconstitutionally. The court’s move made Democrats competitive in several more districts than they would have been under the Republican plan. But it also transformed Pennsylvania’s 16th Congressional District from one where Democrats had a shot at winning to one ...

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Using AI to Help Stroke Victims When ‘Time Is Brain’

Since entrepreneur Chris Mansi cofounded in 2016, the best-funded wizards of artificial intelligence have taken on board games, and created emoji that mirror your facial expressions. Meanwhile, Mansi has been developing algorithms to save the brain cells of stroke patients. This month, the Food and Drug Administration cleared to market its algorithms to doctors and hospitals. It was ...

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Gun Injuries Fall During National Rifle Association Conventions

The National Rifle Association (NRA) is not at its most popular at the moment, as American support for gun control rises. But perhaps people have been misjudging them, for it seems the NRA is cutting gun injuries, and probably deaths, albeit for just a few days a year. NRA conventions are huge events; 81,000 people attended the 2017 annual meeting. ...

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Children struggle to hold pencils due to too much tech, doctors say

Children need opportunities to develop hand strength and dexterity needed to hold pencils Children are increasingly finding it hard to hold pens and pencils because of an excessive use of technology, senior paediatric doctors have warned. An overuse of touchscreen phones and tablets is preventing childrens finger muscles from developing sufficiently to enable them to hold a pencil correctly, they ...

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Why Ancient Peruvians Had Elongated Skulls (No, It’s Not Aliens)

Artificial skull elongation has been practiced by a strangely high number of cultures in practically every corner of the world, from Western Europe and the Americas to the Far East and Africa. But why would people bind their baby’s heads to give themselves a pear-shaped skull? Well, for one 600-year-old civilization in South America, it was probably to show you were a ...

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Trump Pick For EPAs No. 2 Accused Of Abusing Power To Bully’ And ‘Intimidate Opponents

Andrew Wheeler, the former coal lobbyist President Donald Trump nominated as the Environmental Protection Agency’s deputy administrator, spent a decade as a Senate aide and four years as an agency staffer under Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton, where he built a reputation as the skillful operator the White House needs to execute on its deregulatory agenda. But during ...

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