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Weekend Recipe: Peanut Butter Protein Balls That'll Help Fuel Your Workouts
They make the perfect healthy snack!... >
How one group of Indonesians evolved to have bigger spleens
We humans are not a stagnant species.Take the Bajau (pronounced Bah-joe). They’re a group of about 5,000 people that have lived on one of Indonesia’s ... >
Are humans still evolving? Freediving people have evolved to stay underwater longer
New research shows the Bajau Laut people of Southeast Asia have evolved bigger spleens to store more oxygen-rich blood.... >
Common British flowers can stay dormant underground for 20 years
Gardeners puzzled by the sudden emergence of an unusual orchid or despairing that their annuals have vanished should take heart. Scientist have discovered... >
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Waitresses talk about on
"My Reality: A Hidden America": Waitressing is a first job for many in the workforce and these women say they have dealt with lewd comments, inappropriate touching and predatory situations at work.... >
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Brooklyn Postal Worker Hoards 17,000 Pieces of Mail to Focus on 'Important' Deliveries
He now faces federal charges... >
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Arizona Teachers Vote for the First
Arizona teachers voted to walk off the job to demand better school funding. The strike builds on a movement for higher pay in other states... >
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‘Overdose Deaths Do Not Discriminate.’ Prosecutors Discuss Prince’s Death and Why They’re Not Filing Criminal Charges
Prince thought he was taking Vicodin when he died of a fentanyl overdose in 2016... >
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'I Wrapped My Arm Around Her.' Southwest Passenger Describes Helping Victim After Engine Explosion
Hollie Mackey was seated in the aisle seat on the same row as Jennifer Riordan... >
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Hubble's 28 years marked by shot of wild stellar nursery
NASA marks Hubble Space Telescope's 28th launch anniversary with peek into a wild stellar nursery... >
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Donald Trump’s NASA administrator has finally been confirmed by the Senate
Jim Bridenstine, perhaps the most politically controversial NASA administrator in history, was confirmed today (April 19) on a party-line vote in the Senat... >