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This Bodysuit Embedded With Probiotic Bacteria May Be the Answer to Body Odor 17.8.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
"Due to the deodorizing effect the probiotics have on the body, it may reduce the amount of time you need to wash your clothes," says designer Rosie Broadhead.
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Living homes for all 16.8.2019 Resource Efficiency | GreenBiz.com
Can we transform the durability, healthy and sustainability afforable housing?
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Baltimore's Reinvention Can Start Right Now. But What Would Success Be? | Opinion 15.8.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
Any criteria for success must focus on the lives of Baltimoreans.
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CMAS test scores increase slightly in Colorado, but gaps remain 15.8.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
Slightly more kids in Colorado are testing as proficient in math and reading, but achievement gaps haven't narrowed and the state is still a long way from getting every child on track.
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A battle for the heavens on Mauna Kea: Native Hawaiians protest plans for a massive telescope 15.8.2019 LA Times: Nation

Every morning, hundreds of Native Hawaiians emerge from their tents and pickup trucks to stand in silence, determined to protect Mauna Kea, which they hold sacred. They and their supporters are protesting plans for the massive Thirty Meter Telescope.

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Opinion: Andrew Yang on gun violence, the decline of the American worker and 'freedom dividends' 15.8.2019 LA Times: Opinion

Andrew Yang, a tech entrepreneur running for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, met recently with members of the Los Angeles Times editorial board to discuss his candidacy.

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As Hong Kong Protests Escalate, American Study Abroad Students Arrive in China's Troubled City 15.8.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
While colleges and universities supported students if they wanted to pull out of the program, the protests have done little to deter students from continuing with their study abroad plans.
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Fracking in U.S. And Canada Linked to Worldwide Atmospheric Methane Spike 14.8.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
"The commercialization of shale gas and oil in the 21st century has dramatically increased global methane emissions", said the scientist behind the study.
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London University Bans Beef To Tackle Climate Change 13.8.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
Goldsmiths College will become the first beef-free campus in Britain at the start of its autumn term.
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After a deadly nuclear missile test in Russia's north, the Kremlin stuck to an old Soviet habit: Secrecy 13.8.2019 LA Times: Nation

After an explosion killed five nuclear engineers last week at a northern Russian weapons research center, and reportedly resulted in a spike in radiation in the surrounding region, the Kremlin fell back on old habits: It lied, both about the number of dead and about the radiation.

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Is grass-fed beef really better for the planet? Here's the science 13.8.2019 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
There are many elements to consider: climate, animal welfare, greenhouse-gas emissions, land use. And with so many factors at play, sometimes the answer gets complicated.
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Newsletter: Today: The economic toll of Trump's green-card rules 13.8.2019 L.A. Times - World News

President Trump's plan to deny green cards to immigrants who use public assistance could badly hurt California's economy, a study found.

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“I Couldn’t Afford Anything”: Title X Transformed This Woman’s Life, But It May Not Be an Option for Much Longer 12.8.2019 Mother Jones
Late last month, Emma Bosley and dozens of Planned Parenthood volunteers and staff members descended on Capitol Hill to plead their case to lawmakers. When I met the 29-year-old systems analyst from Washington state, we huddled in a shaded area on the grounds of Congress to escape the sweltering sun, and Bosley was revved up. […]
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“People Should Be Terrified”: One Teen’s Hunger Strike Over the Climate Crisis 12.8.2019 Mother Jones
This story was originally published by the Guardian and is shared here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Food shortages, social disruption, and riots. That’s the future 19-year-old Giovanni Tamacas envisioned during the 10 days he starved himself in the nation’s capital in a hunger strike protest at the lack of action to thwart […]
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Ashland, Oregon: A Small Town with Big Appeal 12.8.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
The not-so-familiar Oregon town should be on everyone's radar offering amazing food and cultural experiences
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'Let our voices be heard': Marchers protest immigration raids 12.8.2019 Minnesota Public Radio: News
The children of Sacred Heart Catholic Church streamed out into Mississippi's heat on a blistering Sunday afternoon, carrying what they said was a message of opposition against immigration raids their parents could not.
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Green Turtles are Eating Trash Bags Thinking They're Food, with Young Animals Most Likely to Get Confused 9.8.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
Seagrass and algae, some of their favourite foods, look like plastic.
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University of Georgia Green Lights $100,000 for Research on School's Ties to Slavery 9.8.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
The research initiative came months after the school released a report on Baldwin Hall, where remains of slaves were discovered.
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These Sharks Glow Green in the Dark and Scientists Now Know Why 8.8.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
"We still have to learn about sharks and how many mysteries they still hold," a scientist told "Newsweek."
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Fear and tension mount in Kashmir's largest city amid lockdown 8.8.2019 LA Times: Nation

In Srinagar, the few residents who dare to break curfew beg soldiers to let them through checkpoints to reach hospitals or find food.

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