Wednesday, October 20, 2021

WORLD

Moroccans elect new leaders in shadow of virus

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RABAT, Morocco (AP) — Moroccans are selecting a new parliament and new native leaders Wednesday in elections reshaped by the pandemic.Candidates are promising...

Travel restrictions are back in Europe for U.S. guests, at least...

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Italy now requires vacationers from the United States to take a check earlier than arrival, and unvaccinated American guests should isolate for 5...

Bulgaria, EU’s least vaccinated nation, faces deadly surge

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VELIKO TARNOVO, Bulgaria (AP) — Standing outdoors the rundown public hospital in Bulgaria's northern city of Veliko Tarnovo, the vaccination unit's chief nurse...

BUSINESS

El Salvador’s bitcoin move puts finest, worst crypto impulses on show:...

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5 Utility Stocks for Investors Chasing Yield

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Bitcoin’s Latest Plunge Brings Key Technical Levels Into Play

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(Bloomberg) -- Bitcoin’s hunch following El Salvador’s troubled rollout of the most important cryptocurrency as authorized tender has put a number of key...

TECHNOLOGY

Next Food Frontier: Fish Made From Plants, or in a Lab

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The chef Tsang Chiu King is getting ready a subtle-but-significant change to his menu: He’s changing the fish in some dishes with a...

‘Loose Change’: How a 9/11 Conspiracy Video Bent Reality

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“There was a large sentiment in this country that people felt they were being lied to,” Mr. Bermas mentioned.The cowl for the unique...

Could Boston Dynamics Robots Beat Me in a Fight?

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In a huge warehouse-style room, two humanoid robots are taking up an impediment course. Their barrel-shaped torsos, full of processors and batteries, make...

HEALTH & FITNESS

Judge: Hospital Doesn’t Have to Give Patient Ivermectin

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Sept. 8, 2021 -- An Ohio decide dominated {that a} hospital doesn't have to give a affected person the drug ivermectin as a...

Medical Journalists Issue Statement on Health Dangers of Global Warming

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By Cara MurezHealthDay ReporterTUESDAY, Sept. 7, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- An editorial written collectively by the editors of greater than 230 medical journals...

TikTok Creator Shortly Before COVID Death: ‘Get the Vaccine’

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Sept. 7, 2021 -- TikTok creator artist Alexandra Blankenbiller posted her final video on Aug. 15 from her hospital mattress. Voice raspy, respiratory...

LIFESTYLE

Easy Gluten-Free Bread Pudding

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  As it turned extra well-liked through the years, many individuals began consuming gluten-free to attain some cool advantages like weight reduction and a...

Injuries and Illness, SO Last Year

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well being By Olivia Rahim | September 7, 2021 We all know the significance of staying wholesome and embracing new health regimens that empower our impartial residing.  By...

Ways to Enhance Your Real Estate Business

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Politics and Business By Rachel Martin | September 7, 2021 If you may have an actual property enterprise, you then already understand how powerful the competitors is. But...

USA

A Center for Public Integrity analysis of U.S. Department of Education data found that school policing disproportionately affects students with disabilities, Black children and, in some states, Native American and Latino children. Nationwide, Black students and students with disabilities were referred to law enforcement at nearly twice their share of the overall student population.

Black and disabled children face harsher discipline

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This story was produced as a part of a collaboration with the Center for Public Integrity and USA TODAY.A faculty security officer eliminated...
Hani Hanjour, who was the pilot of American Airlines Flight 77 which crashed into the Pentagon, and Nawaf al Hazmi, who was one of the hijackers who took over control of American Airlines Flight 77, were two of several hijackers that lived at this residence in Paterson, New Jersey. This is one of several locations throughout northern New Jersey used by the 911 hijackers in the months preceding the attacks of September 11, 2001.

9/11 hijackers lived in plain sight in northern New Jersey

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On a quiet Tuesday in June 2001, two males walked right into a retailer in a busy strip mall in Fort Lee, New...
Opinion | One Thing We Can Agree on Is That We’re Becoming a Different Country

Opinion | One Thing We Can Agree on Is That We’re...

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In Kaufmann’s view, a new, assertive ideology has emerged on the left, and the power of this wing is mirrored in its skill...