No More Measles In The Americas

The Americas became the first region in the world to be declared free of endemic measles — a highly contagious disease — by the World Health Organization.
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Citigroup Predicts Clinton Election Will Preserve Status Quo

The bank, whose donors have funded the Democrat's campaign, says the election will not result in real policy change — but could coincide with a recession.
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World Leaders React To Shimon Peres’ Death

The former Israeli president was one of the country's founding fathers and a key architect of the Oslo Accords for which he won a Nobel Peace Prize in 1994.

The Past And Future Of Time

If the laws of physics are “time reversible,” why do we perceive that time flows from the past to the future, and not the other way around?

Elon Musk Outlines Plan To Make Humans ‘Multiplanetary Species’

On Tuesday, the SpaceX CEO detailed his highly ambitious and long-awaited plan that seeks to establish a permanent human presence on Mars.
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Black Man Shot Dead By Police In California

The shooting occurred after the police responded to calls complaining of the man showing erratic behavior, the El Cajon Police Department said Wednesday.
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Trump Has History Of Body Shaming Women

The Republican presidential candidate has made numerous comments that involve degrading women's looks.

Disney To Bid On Twitter? Tech Company's Shares Climb

Walt Disney Co. (DIS) was allegedly working with a financial adviser to discuss a potential bid for Twitter Inc. (TWTR).

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US Nuclear Numbers Keep Dropping

The new numbers for the nuclear stockpile show a massive de-escalation over the last 50 years.
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What Trump Really Said About Climate Change

Hillary Clinton hit Donald Trump for denying climate change at the first presidential debate and he denied the accusations. She was right.

What We Know About Mexico's Missing 43 Students

Just one set of remains was ever conclusively identified.