A condemned man experienced "coughing, convulsing, lurching, jerking" after the state administered midazolam, the first of three lethal injection drugs.
A condemned man experienced coughing convulsing lurching jerking after the state

After Arkansas Execution, Questions Are Raised About Drug’s Effectiveness

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“You start negotiating about adding $5 trillion to the deficit and $1 trillion starts to sound reasonable.”
You start negotiating about adding 5 trillion to the deficit and 1

Economists Fear Trump’s Tax Plan Only Heightens a ‘Mountain of Debt’

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Many people in Seoul seemed to respond with complete nonchalance.
Many people in Seoul seemed to respond with complete nonchalance

Worry About War? ‘I Am Too Busy,’ South Koreans Say

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Tyler Witt
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There are about 100,000 species of fungi, but only about 80 of them glow in the dark.
There are about 100000 species of fungi but only about 80 of them glow in the dark

Hunting Mushrooms, and What Makes Some Glow in the Dark

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Liu Xiyu, a real estate executive in Beijing, still lacks the convenience he says he most wants in life: a U.S. green card.
Liu Xiyu a real estate executive in Beijing still lacks the convenience

Wealthy Chinese Scramble for Imperiled Commodity: U.S. ‘Golden Visa’

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A resolution extended a “heartfelt apology” for their mistreatment and wrongful convictions and urged Florida's governor to grant them full pardons.
A resolution extended a heartfelt apology for their mistreatment and wrongful convictions

Florida Apologizes for ‘Gross Injustices’ to Four Black Men, Decades Later

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With perhaps only 2 or 3 left, the Vaquita, the world's smallest porpoise, is so inbred that genetically “they basically all have the same last name.”
With perhaps only 2 or 3 left the Vaquita the worlds smallest

Only Captivity Will Save the Vaquita, Experts Say

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Postpartum hemorrhages kill 100,000 women a year. An inexpensive drug used for soldiers and car crash victims could help save them.
Postpartum hemorrhages kill 100000 women a year An inexpensive drug used for

Inexpensive Drug Prevents Deaths in New Mothers, Study Finds

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"There is a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict with North Korea," Donald J. Trump said. "Absolutely."
There is a chance that we could end up having a major

Trump Warns That ‘Major, Major Conflict’ With North Korea Is Possible

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UPDATED: House leaders delayed the health bill vote after again failing to get enough votes to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
UPDATED House leaders delayed the health bill vote after again failing to

House Pushes Back Health Bill Vote After Again Failing to Round Up Enough Votes

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“The only Americans who are very clear winners under the new system are the wealthiest.”
The only Americans who are very clear winners under the new system

Trump Tax Plan Would Shift Trillions From U.S. Coffers to the Richest

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“I think the left is just out to get him — they won.”
“I think the left is just out to get him — they won”

Fox Loyalists Feel Robbed of Bill O’Reilly, but Some Viewers Have Doubts

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Nikki Haley has often been the most outspoken member of the Trump administration to weigh in on foreign policy issues.
Nikki Haley has often been the most outspoken member of the Trump

State Department Wants to Clear Nikki Haley’s Remarks Before She Speaks

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For the first time, scientists found ancient human DNA in dirt, not bones, opening new possibilities in archaeology.
For the first time scientists found ancient human DNA in dirt not

No Bones About It: Scientists Recover Ancient DNA From Cave Dirt

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Jacques Lignieres
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From The New York Times Opinion Section: A conservative think tank has been mailing a book to U.S. public school teachers: “Why Scientists Disagree About Global Warming.”
From The New York Times Opinion Section A conservative think tank has

Opinion | Sowing Climate Doubt Among Schoolteachers

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UPDATED: Cleveland Browns took defensive end Myles Garrett with the top pick in the NFL draft. Follow our live pick-by-pick analysis here.
UPDATED Cleveland Browns took defensive end Myles Garrett with the top pick

2017 N.F.L. Draft: Myles Garrett Goes to Cleveland Browns at No. 1

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The fight seemed over. But suddenly, President Donald J. Trump put the Keystone XL pipeline back on the table.
The fight seemed over But suddenly President Donald J Trump put the

Risen From the Grave, Keystone XL Pipeline Again Divides Nebraska

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The woman shot dead struggled with an intruder, her husband told the police. But over time, the story fell apart as investigators began to rely on a silent witness: a Fitbit.
The woman shot dead struggled with an intruder her husband told the

In Connecticut Murder Case, a Fitbit Is a Silent Witness

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Legal rulings cheered by Republicans when they set back Barack Obama are now causing grief for Donald J. Trump.
Legal rulings cheered by Republicans when they set back Barack Obama are

Trump’s Losing Streak in Courts Is Traceable to Conservative Judges

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A new Netflix series aims to explore the trauma behind the heroine. Is there a risk to rewriting a beloved book?
A new Netflix series aims to explore the trauma behind the heroine

The Other Side of Anne of Green Gables

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