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05/25/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
If left untreated and without antibiotics, a severe infection could lead to loss of a finger or limb.
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Girl Dragged Into Water By Sea Lion Treated For 'Seal Finger' Infection

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Even the best security is fallible. As Jim Runge wondered to NPR a year after the Bataclan attacks, "If someone is coming at your door with automatic weapons ... what can you do?"
Even the best security is fallible As Jim Runge wondered to NPR

After Manchester, Social Media Helps And Hurts, Venues Stay Alert And Shows Go On

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05/25/2017 at 10:40. Facebook
“People are afraid to talk to the police, and how does that help us, as police, do our job?”
People are afraid to talk to the police and how does that

New Immigration Crackdowns Creating 'Chilling Effect' On Crime Reporting

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05/25/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
The rumor circled the gaming world: A crew was hitting up casinos, playing a couple of hours on their favorite slot machine, walking out thousands of dollars richer. They didn't lose.
The rumor circled the gaming world A crew was hitting up casinos

Episode 773: Slot Flaw Scofflaws

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05/25/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
SNAP already requires able-bodied adults without children to work at least 20 hours a week within three months or lose their benefits. All told, about 42 million people receive SNAP benefits.
SNAP already requires ablebodied adults without children to work at least 20

Trump Wants Families On Food Stamps To Get Jobs. The Majority Already Work

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05/25/2017 at 08:00. Facebook
The Dakota Access Pipeline is slated to come online next week. In North Dakota, this means a lot more jobs will be needed to produce that oil.
The Dakota Access Pipeline is slated to come online next week In

Boom Time Again For U.S. Oil Industry, Thanks To OPEC

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05/25/2017 at 07:00. Facebook
What do "House of Cards," "Girls," "I Love Dick," "Orphan Black," "Transparent" and "The Magicians" have in common?
What do House of Cards Girls I Love Dick Orphan Black Transparent

It's Polyamorous Polysaturation — Unconventional Relationships Abound On TV

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05/25/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston has temporarily doubled its reward for anyone who can bring back 13 pieces of stolen art. The heist has stumped authorities for 27 years.
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston has temporarily doubled its reward

Hot Tip On Old Heist Could Be Worth $10 Million, Gardner Museum Says

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05/25/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
George Foreman had never lost before. And the 1974 bout with Muhammad Ali was devastating. In 1977, Foreman had a chance to win back his title but lost again. He collapsed in the dressing room after that fight, but after his trainers pulled him up on the table, he said he felt Jesus Christ. "That experience changed me forever," he said.
George Foreman had never lost before And the 1974 bout with Muhammad

Total Failure: How George Foreman's Losses Showed Him The Light

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05/25/2017 at 04:00. Facebook
Cosmic expansion stretches space itself, as if space were made of some kind of stretchy rubber material; there is no physical border, only stretching space, says astrophysicist Marcelo Gleiser.
Cosmic expansion stretches space itself as if space were made of some

What Does An Expanding Universe Really Mean?

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More states than ever are providing publicly funded preschool, but disparities remain, according to a new report by the National Institute for Early Education Research.
More states than ever are providing publicly funded preschool but disparities remain

Preschool, A State-By-State Update

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05/25/2017 at 02:05. Facebook
UPDATE, 12:40 a.m. ET: Gallatin County has cited the GOP candidate in tomorrow's House special election with misdemeanor assault after he allegedly "body-slammed" a reporter with the UK's Guardian newspaper.
UPDATE 1240 am ET Gallatin County has cited the GOP candidate in

On Eve Of Election, Montana GOP Candidate Charged With Assault On Reporter

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05/25/2017 at 01:14. Facebook
"This man's whole life has been stolen by the state of California." Bay Area man Marvin Mutch spent more than four decades in prison on a murder conviction, continually denied parole – in part -- because he maintained his innocence.

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05/25/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
President Trump's budget proposal for the next fiscal year asks Congress for $1.6 billion to start building 74 miles of barriers at the U.S.-Mexico border. Combined with 654 miles of existing fence, more than one-third of the southwest border would be covered.
President Trumps budget proposal for the next fiscal year asks Congress for

President Trump's Big Wall Is Now Just 74 Miles Long In His Budget Plan

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05/25/2017 at 00:30. Facebook
In 1924, decades before gluten was discovered to be the culprit, celiac disease was a black box of mystery. One approach that was thought to cure the disease was a diet rich in bananas. The exotic fruit, though, was not a cure, and as children recovered, wheat was reintroduced to their diets, causing various health problems.
In 1924 decades before gluten was discovered to be the culprit celiac

Doctors Once Thought Bananas Cured Celiac Disease. They Saved Kids' Lives — At A Cost

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There were few fireworks when Education Secretary Betsy DeVos appeared before a House subcommittee to discuss President Trump's budget proposal, which would cut $10.6 billion from after-school programs, teacher training and federal student loans and grants.
There were few fireworks when Education Secretary Betsy DeVos appeared before a

Here's What Betsy DeVos Said Wednesday On Capitol Hill

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Comparison of differences in genomes finds the Zika virus was introduced by travelers at least four and perhaps as many as 40 different times as early as March 2016. Local transmission of Zika wasn't confirmed in Miami until late July.
Comparison of differences in genomes finds the Zika virus was introduced by

Miami's Zika Outbreak Began Months Before It Was First Detected

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The family of the Manchester Arena bombing suspect, Salman Abedi, has come under scrutiny, and Greater Manchester Police in England say the alleged attacker was part of a wider terror network.
The family of the Manchester Arena bombing suspect Salman Abedi has come

What We Know About The Suspect In The Manchester Arena Bombing

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Now that the second season of "Master of None" is out, Aziz Ansari is looking forward to some down time. "Forget season three ... I'm also doing season 34 of Aziz Ansari!"
Now that the second season of Master of None is out Aziz

Aziz Ansari On 'Master Of None' And How His Parents Feel About Acting

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