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Storm unleashes ice, heavy rain and flood risk as drastic temperature swings occur in northeastern US - AccuWeather.com

Storm unleashes ice, heavy rain and flood risk as drastic temperature swings occur in northeastern US   AccuWeather.com

While Arctic air will leave quickly enough to allow a dramatic rise in temperature, a storm will continue to bring locally heavy rain with ice at the onset in some ...

Western partners with Canadian Space Agency to launch Exploring Earth website - CBC.ca

Western partners with Canadian Space Agency to launch Exploring Earth website   CBC.ca

Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques has been snapping photos of Earth since he boarded the International Space Station over seven weeks ago, and now ...

I decided to take a year off from social media. Here’s what I’ve learned so far. - The Washington Post

I decided to take a year off from social media. Here’s what I’ve learned so far.   The Washington Post

When my dad connected our family computer to the Internet in 1992, all I saw were green letters on a black screen. He tried to explain what was so amazing ...

This Nonbinary NASA Intern Is Speaking Out Against The Trans Military Ban - BuzzFeed News

This Nonbinary NASA Intern Is Speaking Out Against The Trans Military Ban   BuzzFeed News

"It has nothing to do with our gender or identity — we are the best for the job."

UCSB Website Aims to Further Link Environmental Science Community Across Campus - Noozhawk

UCSB Website Aims to Further Link Environmental Science Community Across Campus   Noozhawk

UCSB professors, researchers and students have a new opportunity to connect and coordinate around all things environmental. An interdisciplinary team of ...

Grace Millane murder case: Ardern to raise Google's suppression breach at dinner - New Zealand Herald

Grace Millane murder case: Ardern to raise Google's suppression breach at dinner   New Zealand Herald

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern plans to again raise with Google the issue of the company breaching suppression orders in the murder case of British backpacker ...

Woman accused of smuggling people into Quebec for money - CTV News

Woman accused of smuggling people into Quebec for money   CTV News

The Canada Border Services Agency has arrested a woman accused of organizing the illegal entry of asylum seekers into Canada “in exchange for ...

FDA Approves 23andMe Consumer Test for Hereditary CRC Syndrome - OncLive

FDA Approves 23andMe Consumer Test for Hereditary CRC Syndrome   OncLive

The FDA has cleared a direct-to-consumer genetic test for a risk report on MUTYH-associated polyposis, a hereditary colorectal cancer syndrome.

Former VSB trustee charged in operation targeting 'men preying on teens' - CTV News

Former VSB trustee charged in operation targeting 'men preying on teens'   CTV News

CTV News has confirmed a former Vancouver School Board trustee is among seven men now charged after a Vancouver police sting that targeted men looking ...

Village Inn Shows Us Making An Enemy Is Sometimes The Best Way To Make Friends - Forbes

Village Inn Shows Us Making An Enemy Is Sometimes The Best Way To Make Friends   Forbes

Sometimes it's the simple communication strategies that are the most profound. Like, make an enemy that your audience shares and use communications to slay ...

Tarek El Moussa Will Star in New Solo HGTV Pilot and Web Series About Life as a 'Single Dad' - PEOPLE.com

Tarek El Moussa Will Star in New Solo HGTV Pilot and Web Series About Life as a 'Single Dad'   PEOPLE.com

Tarek El Moussa and his ex-wife, Christina will also star in the upcoming eighth season of Flip or Flop.

What Was AJ Styles Doing A Weird Right-Wing Web TV Show? - Deadspin

What Was AJ Styles Doing A Weird Right-Wing Web TV Show?   Deadspin

On Monday, the self-described “conservative comedian” Steven Crowder tweeted out the guest list for his online talk show, Louder With Crowder, which streams ...

Is Privacy a Right? - Linux Journal

Is Privacy a Right?   Linux Journal

Ever notice that people say "Good question" when they don't have an answer? Or a good enough one? Such is the case with question in the headline.

Amazon's executive org chart, revealed - CNBC

Amazon's executive org chart, revealed   CNBC

The trust and comfort between Jeff Bezos and the rest of the leadership team will once again come under the spotlight this year, since stability at the top is ...

EVMs are perfectly fine, it strengthened people's right to vote: Nitish Kumar - Times of India

EVMs are perfectly fine, it strengthened people's right to vote: Nitish Kumar   Times of India

India News: PATNA: Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday defended Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs), saying it was "perfectly fine" and suggested ...

Tonga hit by near-total internet blackout - BBC News

Tonga hit by near-total internet blackout   BBC News

Tonga is experiencing a near total blackout of mobile and internet services after the country's only undersea cable was damaged. The problem took the island ...

Drug debate: Greens hope Nats won't 'degrade the quality' - Radio New Zealand

Drug debate: Greens hope Nats won't 'degrade the quality'   Radio New Zealand

Green Party MP Chlöe Swarbrick says the National Party has done a 180 on its drugs' policy but hopes its involvement in public debate is positive.

Website to help people on personal journeys toward reconciliation launched - CBC.ca

Website to help people on personal journeys toward reconciliation launched   CBC.ca

Reconciliation Saskatoon has launched a new website, ConnectR, aimed at building better relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.

Tech-savvy Samaritans create web tool for co-ordinating help for poor - CBC.ca

Tech-savvy Samaritans create web tool for co-ordinating help for poor   CBC.ca

A group of tech-savvy Fredericton volunteers has created a web tool to help faith-based communities co-ordinate their good deeds.

Journalist Recounts The Absurdity And Torture Of 544 Days In Iran's Evin Prison - NPR

Journalist Recounts The Absurdity And Torture Of 544 Days In Iran's Evin Prison   NPR

When Jason Rezaian moved to Tehran to pursue journalism in 2009, he knew he was taking on a certain amount of risk. "I think everybody who goes and works ...

 

 

 

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