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Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake Share Photo of their Baby

Actress Jessica Biel and her musician husband, Justin Timberlake, have welcomed their first child recently. Their son, Silas Randall Timberlake, was born around April 11th. Both mother and baby were in good condition. The parents have named their son after members of the Timberlake family. Silas was the middle name of Justin’s grandfather, Bill Bomar, …

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Building Bicycles, Building Futures

What do bicycles and bamboo have in common? Apparently, they have more in common than anyone ever believed. Three young women in Ghana created a new spin on an old idea – bicycles. Winifred Shelby, Bernice Dapaah and Kwame Kyei noticed a need in their community, an abundant resource, and an opportunity. The three young …

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Robot Probes of Fukushima Show Deadly Levels of Radiation

Even though it has been over four years since the massive tsunami destroyed the Fukushima Power Plant, the government of Japan and researchers are still studying this modern day meltdown. Most recently through the use of a robot probe that had been sent into the number one reactor on a ten hour mission to gather …

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Television Likely to Delay Language Development in Children

Television is the most widely accepted and viewed form of media around the world. Gone are the days of reading books and newspapers to get your daily fix of information. Whether or not watching television is good for childrenhas been a highly debated subject. Researchers believe they may have an answer. A recent study conducted …

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Miracles Really Can Happen to Everyday People

Religious people often make claims of miracles happening every day. For most people though it takes seeing to really believe in these kinds of miracles can actually occur and do actually happen to regular people. Take for instance the miracle case of Sharista Giles of Tennessee, who has woken up from a coma after five …

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IRS Employees Are Feeling The Pressure Of Budget Cuts And Difficult Work Conditions

The IRS has around 84,000 employees, and only 35 percent of them are men. If you work for the IRS, chances are you don’t tell anybody where you work. People don’t like IRS agents, even though, the agency has been trying to play nice the last few years. They have made it a little easier …

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New California Bill Mandates Vaccines for Children Attending Public Schools

The debate over vaccines has come to a head in California. Lawmakers are pushing a bill that will require any student attending public school to be properly vaccinated. Unvaccinated children will not be allowed to attend under the new laws. Not even providing a spiritual waiver is going to get you out of this one. …

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Tyke Finds Rare Dinosaur Bone

Little boys love playing with pretend dinosaurs, but one lucky little boy found what appears to be a real dinosaur bone that could be millions of years old. Tim Brys and his son, Wylie, enjoy collecting fossils together. They were digging in a construction site behind a shopping center in Mansfield, Texas, last September when …

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Floods In The Southern France: € 35 Million Allocated By The State

The bad weather between July and November 2014 in southern France had caused significant damage to the region. The State unlocked this background for “help repair uninsurable property” of the flood victims. The State released 35 million euros in aid to the southern departments of France communities affected by the storms last year and € …

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Adnan Syed’s Story is Not Over Yet

Many know the story of Adnan Syed, thanks to the very popular “Serial” podcast. Produced by NPR and “This American Life”, “Serial” told the story of Adnan Syed and the crime that he was in prison for. Many who listened to the podcast became die-hard fans, tearing apart the state’s case in support for or …

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