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The Hidden Burden Of Surviving A Mass Shooting

Because she was on a Navy installation where firearms were heavily restricted, Lawson assumed the loud bangs were the sound of people dropping tables or chairs. Less than a minute later, when more shots rang out, she and her colleagues realized something was wrong. People ran by, shouting about a shooter on the grounds. Lawson joined the crowd and they ...

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Video Of Migrants Sold In Apparent Slave Auction In Libya Provokes Outrage Worldwide

CNN published a reporta video “despicable trade … from another era”“dismayed and sickened,” I am horrified Guterres called for the international community to unite in fighting the abuse and smuggling of migrants, notably by increasing avenues for legal migration and enhancing international cooperation in cracking down on smugglers and traffickers. 45 million people worldwide who are victims of modern slavery the ...

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UK ‘ready to pay more for Brexit’

But despite this, BBC assistant political editor Norman Smith said leading Brexiteers in Theresa May’s cabinet, like Boris Johnson and Michael Gove, had agreed to support her in paying a “much larger sum” – as long as the EU agrees to begin trade talks, which it has refused to do so far. And no final figure will be agreed until ...

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Anatomy of a fake news scandal

BY AMANDA ROBB  This story was originally published by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting, a nonprofit news organization based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn more at revealnews.org and subscribe to the Reveal podcast, produced with PRX, at revealnews.org/podcast. This story was reported in partnership with The Investigative Fund and Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting. Additional ...

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What Would Happen If Everyone In The United States Went Vegan?

The United States is a nation of meat eaters. The average American eats roughly 97 kilograms (214 pounds) of meat – including beef, pork, chicken, and sheep – per year, compared to a global average of around 34 kilograms (75 pounds), and with all that agriculture comes a significant cost to the environment. Many argue that if we all became ...

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How Joe Biden history of touching women may damage his 2020 ambitions

Joe Biden, former vice president of the United States, recently rocketed to the top of the list of people who could successfully beat President Donald Trump in the 2020 election—and for good reason. A recent Politico/Morning Consult poll found that voters would pick Biden over Trump in a hypothetical 2020 matchup 46 to 35. Sure, that’s a slightly lower margin ...

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The Speculum Finally Gets a Modern Redesign

It was afternoon in the San Francisco headquarters of Frog, the design firm best known for its hand in creating the iconic look of products like Apple's original Macintosh computers. Hailey Stewart, one of Frog's industrial designers, had scattered an array of prototypes on a table. On one end, you could see cylinders of foam that looked almost like skinny ...

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