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Serial subway cell phone bandit made getaway on tracks: cops

Serial subway cell phone bandit made getaway on tracks: cops

2 hours ago   |   New York Post

Cops are hunting for a serial subway thief who snatches woman's phones and makes his getaway on the train tracks, the NYPD said Sunday as it released video of the suspect. The...
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Horse-mounted Julian Assange ‘joins' Yellow Vest protesters in Toulouse

Horse-mounted Julian Assange ‘joins' Yellow Vest protesters in Toulouse

22 hours ago   |   RT

He may be in a London cell but on Saturday Julian Assange appeared to be alongside anti-government protesters in France as the Yellow Vests in Toulouse turned a Joan of Arc...
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Five Questions From a Former Spy About the Chinese Woman Arrested at Mar-a-Lago

Five Questions From a Former Spy About the Chinese Woman Arrested at Mar-a-Lago

1 day ago   |   Politico

What was a Chinese woman doing at Mar-a-Lago with her pockets full of passports and cell phones? The March 30 arrest of Chinese national Yujing Zhang at President Donald...
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On-chip drug screening for identifying antibiotic interactions in eight hours

1 day ago   |   Science Daily

A research team developed a microfluidic-based drug screening chip that identifies synergistic interactions between two antibiotics in eight hours. This chip can be a...
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New method to detect off-target effects of CRISPR

2 days ago   |   Science Daily

Since the CRISPR genome editing technology was invented in 2012, it has shown great promise to treat a number of intractable diseases. However, scientists have struggled to...
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He Was a New Teacher at Columbine During the Shooting 20 Years Ago. Here's Why He Never Left

He Was a New Teacher at Columbine During the Shooting 20 Years Ago. Here's Why He Never Left

2 days ago   |   Time

Columbine High School teacher Kiki Leyba remembers April 20, 1999 as a day of two life-altering extremes. He was a first-year Columbine teacher meeting with then-Principal...
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Scientists create world's first 3D-printed heart using human cells

2 days ago   |   NBC News

The team created a cell-containing "bioink" and used it to 3D print the organ layer by layer.
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In rare cases, immune system fails despite HIV suppression

2 days ago   |   Science Daily

Antiretroviral therapy is usually effective at suppressing HIV, allowing the immune system to recover by preventing the virus from destroying CD4+ T cells. Scientists have now...
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8 subtle signs there could be something wrong with your kidneys

8 subtle signs there could be something wrong with your kidneys

2 days ago   |   Business Insider

High blood pressure can be the cause of or a symptom of kidney disease. Since the kidneys are part of the urinary tract, any issues with urination, including increased or...
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6-year-old Chicago boy in need of blood stem cell donation match

2 days ago   |   WGN TV

CHICAGO - Alfredo Diaz, 6, is in need of a blood stem cell donation match. It's been difficult to find one because not many Latinos join the registry. Alfredo has a rare...
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World leaders including Pope Francis, Donald Trump, and Barack Obama offered...

World leaders including Pope Francis, Donald Trump, and Barack Obama offered their support after Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka claimed hundreds of lives

On Easter Sunday, a series of at least eight bomb attacks went off across Sri Lanka and the main targets were churches and hotels. The attacks reportedly killed at least 207... Read more ...

Pope denounces 'cruel violence' of Sri Lanka Easter attack

Pope denounces 'cruel violence' of Sri Lanka Easter attack

Pope Francis denounced the "cruel violence" of the Easter Sunday slaughter of Christians and foreigners in Sri Lanka as he celebrated the most joyful moment on the Christian... Read more ...

NBA suspends Nets' Sean Marks for entering refs' locker room

NBA suspends Nets' Sean Marks for entering refs' locker room

Nets general manager Sean Marks has been suspended one game without pay and fined $25,000 for entering the referee locker room after Brooklyn's loss to Philadelphia in Game 4... Read more ...

At least 138 dead in Sri Lanka bomb attacks targeting churches on Easter Sunday

At least 138 dead in Sri Lanka bomb attacks targeting churches on Easter Sunday

The blasts, reported to have occurred at churches in Kochchikade, Negombo and Batticaloa, targeted worshippers as they attended Easter services. Read more ...

Sri Lanka Explosions Target Churches and Hotels, Killing At Least 138

Sri Lanka Explosions Target Churches and Hotels, Killing At Least 138

Blasts were reported at three churches and three hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. Read more ...

Democrats tiptoe around Trump impeachment question

Democrats tiptoe around Trump impeachment question

Key House Democrats tread carefully on Sunday about whether they should pursue impeachment proceedings against President Trump following the release of special counsel Robert... Read more ...

At least 2 Americans died in the Sri Lanka Easter Sunday bombings that...

At least 2 Americans died in the Sri Lanka Easter Sunday bombings that claimed hundreds of lives

On Easter Sunday, eight bombs went off across Sri Lanka , killing at least 207 people and injuring more. 27 foreigners were killed in the attacks on churches and hotels... Read more ...

‘Hour of grief': Pakistan's PM Khan condemns ‘horrific terrorist attack' in...

‘Hour of grief': Pakistan's PM Khan condemns ‘horrific terrorist attack' in Sri Lanka

The leader of Pakistan joined international condemnation of the series of bombing attacks, which targeted Sri Lanka's churches and luxury hotels on Easter Sunday. Read more ...

Sri Lanka imposes island-wide curfew after deadly blasts on Easter Sunday

Sri Lanka imposes island-wide curfew after deadly blasts on Easter Sunday

The Sri Lankan Defense Ministry has imposed a nightly curfew following the eight explosions that killed around 160 people and injured as many as 400 on Easter Sunday. Read more ...

How scrambling Yankees will replace Aaron Judge

How scrambling Yankees will replace Aaron Judge

The Yankees were holding out hope that the oblique injury wasn't serious after he was forced from Saturday's win over Kansas City. They should have known better. Aaron Judge... Read more ...