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    Trump dines out at his DC hotel

    Story Source President Trump dined out at his Washington, D.C., hotel on Saturday night, his third trip there in as many months. Trump’s motorcade arrived at the Trump International Hotel just blocks from the White House shortly before 8:30 p.m. He was joined at the property by first lady Melania Trump. The president dined at […]

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    Trump: 'Rigorous science is critical'

    Story Source President Trump said Saturday his administration is committed to protecting the environment as long as it does not harm American workers, as thousands marched across the country to support science in public policy and in part protest his climate agenda. “My Administration is committed to keeping our air and water clean, to preserving […]

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    Groups on both sides of assisted-death debate want more transparency

    Story Source Advocates on both sides of the medically assisted dying debate say the Nova Scotia Health Authority should be more transparent about patients who apply to end their lives. Though they hold opposing views on medically assisted death, Coalition for Healthcare and Conscience spokesperson Larry Worthen and the Nova Scotia co-ordinator for Dying with Dignity Canada […]

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    Trump to hold rally on night of White House Correspondents Dinner

    Story Source President Trump will hold a rally in Pennsylvania the night of the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, he said Saturday. “Next Saturday night I will be holding a BIG rally in Pennsylvania. Look forward to it!” Trump wrote on Twitter. Next Saturday night I will be holding a BIG rally in Pennsylvania. Look […]

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    Some Basic Personal Investments

    These days, you cannot retire without using the returns from investments. You can’t count on your social security checks to cover your expenses when you retire. It is barely enough for people who are receiving it now to have food, shelter and utilities. That does not account for any care you may need or in […]

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    MiB: Andrew Lo of MIT

    Story Source This week on our Masters in Business radio podcast, we sit down for the second time with Professor Andrew Lo of MIT’s Sloan School of Management, where he serves as the director of the MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering. He is the author of multiple books, including A Non-Random Walk Down Wall Street; his most recent […]

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    Why food recalls may seem more frequent

    Story Source Consumers may check their pantries more often for recalled foods thanks to advances in DNA technology. It allows disease detectives to spot potential pathogens and piece together outbreak trends. On Friday, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a report on foodborne disease based on 10 sites across the country from 2013 […]

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    US to honor Australia refugee deal Trump called ‘dumb’

    Story Source Vice President Pence said Saturday that the U.S. will honor an agreement with Australia to take in as many as 1,250 refuges, even though President Trump called it a “dumb” deal from the Obama era. “Let me make it clear the United States intends to honor the agreement, subject to the results of […]

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    How Naked Mole Rats Survive Without Oxygen For 18 Minutes

    Story Source The bizarre-looking naked mole rat may be the butt of jokes, but its strangeness include a host of seemingly miraculous health “superpowers” like not getting too old and being practically impervious to cancer. Well, add another superpower to the mix. Apparently, the naked mole rat can live without oxygen for a whopping 18 minutes. […]

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