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India Joins the Renewable Energy Revolution

In this photo taken Friday, Oct. 28, 2016, a layer of smog envelops the city skyline before Diwali festival in New Delhi, India. As...
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Germany to Test Face Recognition Software to Target Terrorists

Germany will start testing facial recognition software at a Berlin train station this summer to help police track down and identify terrorist suspects, criminal...
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Nasa: Key Antarctic Glacier Not Melting as Rapidly as Thought

NASA: Key Antarctic Glacier Not Melting As RapidlyBy Matt Vespa   Townhall   June 11, 2017Al Gore thinks the weather has been out of the Book...
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Prozac Nation Is Now the United States of Xanax

Prozac Nation Is Now the United States of XanaxBy Alex Williams   New York Times   June 10, 2017 While to epidemiologists the disorder is a medical...

Climate Change Cited as Trigger for War

The national security establishment needs to prepare for a series of global crises sparked by climate change, a group of experts wrote in a...
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Heroin in Short Supply, Mexican Cartels Move to Opioids

By Alice Salles   AntiMedia   June 10, 2017Data compiled by the New York Times has shown that the number of drug overdose deaths in...
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FDA Yanks Opioid from the Market

TRENTON, N.J. -- U.S. regulators want a narcotic painkiller involved in the opioid epidemic off the market amid data showing people continue to abuse...
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Apple CEO Tim Cook addressed the graduating class of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Friday, where he warned students about the drawbacks of...
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The Great Self-Esteem Con: Is It Quasi-Religious?

It Is Quasi-Religious-The Great Self-Esteem ConBy Will Storr  June 3, 2017  The GuardianIn 2014, a heartwarming letter sent to year 6 pupils at Barrowford...

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