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Woman Who Refused TB Treatment Finally Arrested, Faces at Least 45 Days in Jail

A Washington woman who refused to treat her tuberculosis for at least two years has finally been taken into custody, local health officials reported this week. The woman repeatedly ignored court orders to seek treatment and stay away from others, even visitin…

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"Kosowo jest sercem Serbii". Djoković ponownie zaszokował

Novak Djoković z politycznym komentarzem w sprawie Kosowa po meczu Roland Garros

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Satelity szpiegowskie wykryły wybuch w Nowej Kachowce. "To nie jest słaba eksplozja"

Amerykańskie satelity szpiegowskie wykryły wybuch zapory w Nowej Kachowce tuż przed jej zawaleniem się - podał w piątek "New York Times", powołując się na wysokiego rangą przedstawiciela amerykańskiej administracji. Gazeta donosi, że choć Waszyngton podejrzew…

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inXile’s new game isn’t BioShock Infinite 2, it’s something else

inXile Entertainment’s steampunk action RPG leans hard into time travel, and it has strong Bioshock Infinite vibes, per it’s trailer at Xbox Games Showcase 2023.

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Civil rights groups warn tourists about traveling to Florida

The NAACP joined a Latino civil rights organization and a gay rights advocacy group in issuing travel advisories for the Sunshine State, where tourism is one of the state's largest job sectors.

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See the high-risk trips wealthy travelers are booking, from Everest trips to $750,000 expeditions to the deepest point in the ocean

For travelers with money to spare and a penchant for extreme exploration, travel companies are crafting packages that they say also prioritize safety.

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These 20 US airports had the worst delays last summer

As summer travel roars into high gear for 2023, let this list of the worst airports for delays last year guide you in booking travel this year.

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‘They fling the doors wide open for you’: why America’s lesbian bars must be saved

As the venues disappear across the US, Willa Bennett and Krista Burton reflect on the institutions that shaped themWilla Bennett, editor-in-chief of the uber-trendy fashion site Highsnobiety, will never forget the first time she went to a lesbian bar. Cubbyho…

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Undereye gel patches are the revitalising cucumber slices of the 21st century | Sali Hughes on beauty

Tired, dull undereyes? These masks and jellies will give them a pampering, depuffing lift From the 1970s to the early 2000s, the universal visual shorthand for “a spot of pampering” was a mud pack and duo of cucumber slices. Now, it’s a set of undereye patche…

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Embracer announces layoffs and game cancellations after a $2 billion deal falls through

Embracer Group has announced a major restructuring of its business — which includes game cancellations, layoffs and selling or closing studios — in an attempt to reduce costs and make the business more efficient. The news comes in the wake of the company reve…

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I quit my job as an investment banker and started my fashion brand because I hated waking up and going to work

I quit my job on Wall Street and started a fashion brand. I learned how to work hard in investment banking. Now, I do that for something I love.

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How Australian fashion fell to pieces: a timeline

In the 1990s and 2000s Alannah Hill, Alice McCall and Sass & Bide became household names. Now Australians buy more clothes than ever but few are made or even designed locally. Where did it come undone? Continue reading...

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White House Knew of Ukrainian Plot to Blow Up Nord Stream Pipeline Months in Advance: Report

Three months before the Nord Stream pipeline exploded in what was almost certainly a brazen act of international sabotage, the Biden administration was briefed on a plot by the Ukrainian military to target the energy project for destruction, according to a ne…

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Energy bills: Ofgem expected to cut price cap – business live

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, with energy regulator expected to lower energy bills for typical household to £2,053 a year<ul><li>Full story: Millions will face fuel poverty despite Ofgem move to cut energy price cap</li></ul>Good…

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How the Sound Team behind 'Diablo IV' Brought Hell to Life

Sound designers have a difficult job to make otherworldly beasts and supernatural vistas seem real to gamers. Luckily, they have pomegranates.

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Indian official suspended after draining reservoir to retrieve phone

More than 2m litres of water pumped from dam on orders of food inspector who said device held sensitive government dataA government official in central India has been suspended after he ordered a reservoir to be drained to retrieve his dropped phone.Millions …

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Climate change makes food scarce, but Yellowstone bears are staying fat

Yellowstone grizzly bears beat the odds to be fat, despite climate change and dwindling food supplies.

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Rich countries with high greenhouse gas emissions could pay $170tn in climate reparations

Proposed compensation would be paid to developing countries that must transition away from fossil fuelsRich industrialised countries responsible for excessive levels of greenhouse gas emissions could be liable to pay $170tn in climate reparations by 2050 to e…

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Global heating will push billions outside ‘human climate niche’

World is on track for 2.7C and ‘phenomenal’ human suffering, scientists warnGlobal heating will drive billions of people out of the “climate niche” in which humanity has flourished for millennia, a study has estimated, exposing them to unprecedented temperatu…

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Music publishers are suing Twitter for $250 million over 'massive' copyright infringement

Twitter has yet another major lawsuit to contend with. A group of more than a dozen music publishers has filed a $250 million lawsuit against the company over allegations of “massive” copyright infringement on the platform.The suit, filed by the National Mu…

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These are the 3 biggest fears about AI. Do they really stack up?

Some AI experts claim we're barreling headfirst toward the destruction of humanity. Here's what they are actually worried about.

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400 chunks of concrete may explain what caused a deadly building collapse in Florida

Investigators with the National Institute of Standards and Technology will begin testing concrete cores and reinforcing steel in a search for answers from the Surfside, Fla. condo collapse.

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Cadillac teases the electric Escalade IQ ahead of an August 9th reveal

Here is your first peek at Cadillac's Escalade IQ . The brand has started to tease the upcoming EV , which it will formally unveil on August 9th. As you might expect, the first glimpse doesn't reveal much about the Escalade IQ. It appears to have LEDs in th…

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How can Technology help in Reducing Road Accidents?

The Current Scenario No country can exist without transportation via roads. The development and growth of all nations are invariably connected with their roads. Despite the intrinsic nature of these improved surfaces for the purposes of conveyance of traffic,…

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Former Samsung executive accused of trying to copy an entire chip plant in China

South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol recently declared the chip manufacturing industry to be in an "all-out war," and the latest developments certainly support that statement. Prosecutors in the Suwon District have indicted a former Samsung executive for alle…

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Chinese startup says its new EV battery doesn’t lose range in the cold

The Chinese startup Greater Bay Technology claims its latest EV battery can charge at normal speeds even in cold temperatures. Huang Xiangdong, co-founder and chairman, says the company’s new Phoenix cell uses superconducting materials and thermal management …

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Deepmind’s AlphaDev discovers sorting algorithms that can revolutionize computing foundations

The AI system has made a significant breakthrough by uncovering faster sorting and hashing algorithms for AI developers worldwide.

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Insect decline a threat to fruit crops and food security, scientists warn MPs

Poor pollination caused by destructive farming methods leads to loss of biodiversity and is a threat to food production, inquiry toldFruit growers in the UK are already seeing less yield and lower-quality produce because of the loss of insects, scientists hav…

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The Science Is Clear: Gun Control Saves Lives

By enacting simple laws that make guns safer and harder to get, we can prevent killings like the ones in Uvalde and Buffalo

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The Tiny Physics Behind Immense Cosmic Eruptions

A new theory describes how particle interactions fuel fast magnetic reconnection, the process behind solar flares and other astrophysical jets.

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