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He's one of the most isolated people on the planet—but video of him has been shared on Facebook and viewed thousands of times. Funai, the Brazilian government's agency for indigenous people,... Science News Summaries. | Newser... [Read More]
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The Cinnamon Fire was at two acres and threatening one structure as of 1:40 p.m. [Read More]
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Ice Cube doesn't get it. The legendary West Coast rapper is a diehard Lakers fan and a proud Kobe Bryant stan . He loved that the Black Mamba accepted all challenges and was a proven winner... [Read More]
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A crash on 195 eastbound near the Westport-Dartmouth town line has back up traffic to the area of the Sanford Road exit. [Read More]
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Police officers who responded to the 911 call last Saturday reported finding Mendoza in the middle of the Sunset Hill housing development, carrying a .380-caliber Colt pistol with one round loaded in the chamber. The pistol was not registered and Mendoza does not have a license to carry, according to court documents. [Read More]
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In this our first regular installment of "Fall River Wonders: You ask, Herald News answers," Tom Byrne of Swansea posed his selected question for us to answer tinted with a keen observation: "Why is the main structure of the Braga Bridge multiple shades of blue? It's looked like its fading since they finished it." [Read More]
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Health professionals should better address the unique challenges faced by LGBT people with physical disabilities, according to Daniel Linhares, M.D. [Read More]
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Israel's military kill four in a wave of attacks, as it suffers its first fatality in renewed clashes. [Read More]
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Oneida Police are using a little humor to catch drug dealers. [Read More]
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As a sudden storm turned a quiet Missouri lake into a maelstrom, the final bobs of a doomed duck boat were caught on terrifying cell-phone video that shows the vessel's belly sinking and rising through the waves in queasy rhythm, before the boat capsized with fatal results. [Read More]
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One obvious next step in the Cardinal McCarrick story is uncovering more victims of his abuse. We now know of two. I would bet that there will surely be more. But that's not the most interesting or im... [Read More]
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From the Catholic Standard, the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Washington, this column by Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, dated February 28, 2002. Excerpt:There are certain things you don't want to... [Read More]
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I post this with the priest's permission. I know his name, his parish, his diocese -- and am withholding some information for the sake of protecting him.Read your new article on Ted [McCarrick].  D... [Read More]
Rachel Lu writes a very strange column about U.S. foreign policy:The United States has made mistakes in geopolitics (as powerful nations inevitably do), and we should acknowledge those. Even so, o... [Read More]
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Editor's Note: This is part one in a two-part series on Rust Belt urban revitalization. Next week, return for part two on the new policy ideas leaders in Akron are using to spur growth in housing an... [Read More]
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The Boise Fire Department, with the assistance of the BLM, responded to a 15-acre grass fire was reported in the area of North Bogus Basin Road and North Simplot Lane. The fire is 80 percent contained. [Read More]
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Caldwell Police have taken on the nationwide challenge of lip syncing with officers and CPD isn't afraid to dance. Idaho law enforcement is challenging each other while local police are taking it on. [Read More]
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The new Albertsons supermarket at 1219 Broadway in Boise has a bar and more high-end foods than most Albertsons. Taking a cue from Whole Foods Market, the store has two stories, second-floor dining and a big organics section. [Read More]
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One pond at Esther Simplot Park was closed by the city of Boise due to blue-green algae. The type of algae found Thursday may produce toxins under the right conditions. All recreation in the pond is prohibited until further notice. [Read More]
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, visiting the United Nations, vowed that there would be no letup in sanctions on North Korea until its leader does 'what he promised the world he would do.'... [Read More]
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