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Warren Accuses Trump of 'Creepy' Comments About Her DNA Test

Sen. Elizabeth Warren is suggesting President Donald Trump’s comment about him personally administering a DNA test to her to prove her Native American heritage is “creepy.” She tweeted Monday that the president makes “creepy physical threats” about women who scare him, including her. “He’s trying to do what he always does to women who scare ...

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Bucket list for Finn, the Vermont dog dying of cancer

Cynthia and Finn find a global community on social media for families whose pets have cancer.

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Alaska Natives to Congress: Expand Violence Against Women Act

On his Facebook page, a father grieves the loss of his 10-year-old daughter, whom he had affectionately nicknamed “Dimples.” Her body was found last ...

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Payton Summons: Brain dead girl denied further life support

The ventilator for Payton Summons, 9, is to be turned off after a judge refused an extension.

Science of 'Venom': How real-life parasites can take over the human brain

We chat with an expert to separate the science fact from science fiction.

NFL settles Junior Seau wrongful death lawsuit

Seau’s brain showed evidence of Chronic Traumatic Encephelopathy, and his family blamed Seau’s suicide on years of concussions suffered while playing ...

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Maine Candidates Aim for Civility After Outgoing Firebrand Governor

Maine's outgoing firebrand Republican governor has railed on his perceived opponents with fury and gusto over an eight-year term marked by profanity-laced controversy and a failed impeachment attempt. The four candidates running to succeed the ... /
Violent rape of a 7-year-old spurs South African women to demand harsher penalties for sex crimes

The rate of sexual violence in South Africa is among the highest in the world and now latest violent attack on a 7-year-old has activists enraged. The post Violent rape of a 7-year-old spurs South African women to demand harsher penalties for sex crimes appeared first on theGrio.

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Kavanaugh Hearing Spurs Sex Crimes Victims to Come Forward

The high-profile airing of sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has led victims around the country to flood support center lines with calls, come forward with reports of rapes and publicly share long-held stories of their own experiences of being attacked. For many who had stifled painful memories for years, ...

After a storied career, Ted Turner faces latest challenge: dementia

The founder of CNN says in a TV interview that he's been diagnosed with a progressive brain disorder that leaves him forgetful and exhausted.

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New FBI Investigation Begins Into Kavanaugh

The FBI has launched a new investigation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. President Donald Trump ordered the investigation at the request ...

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Personal and Political Debates Collide in Emotional US Supreme Court Fight

The nation was riveted but divided by dramatic testimony from Christine Blasey Ford, the university professor accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were teenagers living in the DC area. The emotional debate could ...

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The woman who accidentally ticked: 'I am a terrorist'

Cancer patient Mandie Stevenson had to postpone a bucket list trip to New York after her visa mistake.

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For Native American Clergy Sex Abuse Survivors, Justice is Elusive

Elsie Boudreau was 10 years old that afternoon in 1978 when Father James Poole called her and two playmates into the office of a small radio station he had founded in Nome, Alaska. "He had us line up against the wall and began asking us questions," said Boudreau, who grew up in St. Mary’s, a tiny Yup’ik village in northwest Alaska where Poole ...

This is why you have those weird dreams

Think of it as your brain’s version of throwing spaghetti against the wall and seeing what sticks.

Sex, drugs and music: All the same to your brain and mine

Your brain doesn't care if it's sex, drugs or music. The effect is the same.

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