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Was There ‘Pay To Play’ At The Clinton Foundation?

Newly released emails brought fresh attention to the intersection of foundation fundraising and policies pushed by the Hillary Clinton-led State Department. Here's what's been reported so far.

Aftershocks Rock Italy As Death Toll Climbs

A 6.2-magnitude earthquake hit central Italy early Wednesday, killing dozens and damaging towns and villages.

A Better Battery For Electric Cars, Not From Tesla

New battery technology developed by scientists at the Ohio State University could give vehicles more miles for every minute of charging.
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Veterans Who Misuse Painkillers More Likely To Use Heroin

A study of U.S. military veterans showed that those who abused opioid painkillers were 5.4 times more likely to use heroin than those who did not.
USDA To Buy $20 Million of Cheese

USDA To Buy Cheese Worth Nearly $20M

The purchase is expected to help reduce a surplus that is at a 30-year high. The nearly 11 million pounds of cheese will be provided to families in need.
WHO may miss 2020 target

Ill-Equipped Labs Could Hurt WHO’s HIV Target

Researchers found that several labs were ill-equipped to conduct HIV-infection monitoring tests, which may hinder diagnosis and treatment efforts.
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Antarctica’s Larsen C Ice Shelf Is Living On Borrowed Time

A new survey has revealed that the shelf, whose neighbours Larsen A and B collapsed in 1995 and 2002 respectively, has a huge crack spreading across its surface.


Spanish Publisher To Release Copies Of Voynich Manuscript

Siloe — a small Spanish publishing house that specializes in producing replicas — has been granted the right to clone one of the world’s most mysterious books.

A 3D Imaging Approach To Brain Injuries

A new technology has been developed that makes entire organisms “transparent for whole-body imaging” and could allow for mapping of “neuronal, glial and vascular connections.”

Did Clinton Foundation Sway Arms Policy?

Newly released emails show a donor reached out to Hillary Clinton before her State Department approved increased arms exports.
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8 Things To Know About St. Rose of Lima

Aug. 23 marks the feast day of St. Rose of Lima, the patron saint of Peru and Latin America. Here eight things to know.