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Mugged On Camera

Johannesburg With cameras rolling, a South African journalist was robbed by two men just moments before he was to give a report. The video shows the two assailants scuffling with reporter Vuyo Mvoko, who shouts, “Hey we’re being mugged!” as ...
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The Science Behind Why We Laugh

The Science Behind Why We Laugh

Researchers find that humor is a psychological process of discovery that can benefit us when we are put in a sad situation.  You may laugh when you go to a tragic event which is your way of coping with the ...
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Our culture’s worship of celebrity

It was in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Jazz Age that the modern concept of celebrity was born, said George Packer. But if the worship of gaudy wealth and fame began in The Great Gatsby era, we’ve taken it to new, “perverse” ...
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Benefits of a running routine

Benefits of A Running Routine

People who run at lease a couple of hours a day will be able to clear their mind and destress from the day’s activities.  When they run, they will also find that they are able to fall asleep easier from ...
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New Planet Lurking Beyond Pluto

New Planet Lurking Beyond Pluto

Pluto may have company out there in the Kuiper Belt according to astronomers.  They found that a small icy world called Sedna is out there past the planet of Neptune and may have company.  This possible small planet known as ...
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The World’s Richest Individuals

The World’s Richest Individuals

According to a report from Oxfam the world’s eight richest people are worth as much as the 3.6 poorest people in the world.  The total of their worth is $426 billion compared to 50% of the world’s poorest at $409 ...
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Nazi Lair Found In Argentina

Nazi Lair Found In Teyu Cuare Park, Argentina

Nazi Lair: Teyu Cuare Park, Argentina Nazi lair found: Argentine researchers have discovered what appears to be a Nazi hideout deep in the jungle. The Nazis built shelters in remote areas around the world for their top leaders to retreat ...
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Antarctica Journal Q&A: Similarities and differences – COVID-19 and influenza

Similarities and differences – COVID-19 and influenza

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, comparisons have been drawn to influenza. Both cause respiratory disease, yet there are important differences between the two viruses and how they spread. This has important implications for the public health measures that ...
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Assault on a toddler

Atlanta Assault on a toddler: An Idaho man was charged this week with federal assault for allegedly slapping a crying 2-year-old and calling him a racial slur on a flight from Minneapolis to Atlanta. Joe Rickey Hundley, 60, an executive ...
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Louisiana Wants Bible To Be Official State Book

■ Louisiana lawmakers are considering legislation that makes the Holy Bible the "official state book."The legislation was opposed by some Democrats—not because it suggests the state's endorsement of one religion, but because it originally specified the King James version, which ...
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