BBC News 24
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Collective Evolution
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It was roaming the streets for an hour until it was finally captured again. His escape was executed the day before his anticipated death. After a truck carrying 10 bulls to a slaughterhouse overturned on the road, two bulls managed to escape and one of them ran into a local supermarket seeking shelter and safety. The bull didn't harm anyone; it only knocked over a few items at the store in dismay. Sadly, police shot the bull to death, despite the fact that it didn't necessarily pose a threat to anyone. Another animal escaped from a slaughterhouse in Queens, New York, last month, but this time it was a bull. The bull was eventually captured and returned. In the video below, one woman even laughed, suggesting that perhaps it was a sign from the universe that she should become a vegetarian. There are countless other examples of animals running away from their deaths, and I'm sure you've heard of other examples near you! Are These Animals Escaping Because They Knew They Were Going to Die? It's difficult to say whether or not these animals are intuitively understanding that they're en route to their deaths; however, I believe they are clearly responding to a change in their daily routine, which is stressful for any animal.
Politico
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Eliminating the Affordable Care Act means eliminating an awful lot of things that people badly need in return for what?” Biden asked, standing alongside House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats. “So the 0.9 percent in taxes for people making over $250,000 can be returned to them? So drug companies and insurance companies and medical device companies can benefit?” He later predicted the bill won't pass, adding it would give an additional $57,000 a year in tax breaks for those making more than a million dollars a year. If you lined up all the millionaires in America, and asked, 'Is this fair?' I think they would all say no,” he said. “I really do, I honest to God believe they'd say no if it means all the bad things that happened before coming back. GOP still short on votes. House Republican leaders and President Donald Trump are closing in on the 216 House votes they need to push the Obamacare repeal bill through the chamber on Thursday.
OK!
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As a surprise for Sandy Thomas' birthday, Bob Hope and Jimmy King smuggled Ashley out of the care home where he is currently residing at as the devastating effects of his dementia take hold on Emmerdale. And despite being hesitant about the gesture, Laurel Thomas' fears were quickly allayed when the former vicar got dressed into his old cassock and even held a group prayer with everyone in the room. However, when Bob and Jimmy returned ...
Politico
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An updated budget analysis from the Congressional Budget Office could give more fodder to the bill’s critics. The CBO estimated last week that the plan will result in 14 million more Americans going uninsured next year. The caucus’ members who oppose the legislation are planning a press conference Wednesday to showcase their numbers. But they’re not the only lawmakers that leadership is worried about losing. A handful of moderate and mainstream Republicans have rejected the proposal as well. Florida Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen says she wont back the measure because her district has the greatest number of Obamacare beneficiaries in the country. New Jersey Rep. Leonard Lance has also come out against the bill. Democrats are largely steering clear of the Republican infighting, but former Vice President Joe Biden returned to the Capitol Wednesday to rally Democratic members against the GOP efforts.
MintPress News
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BBC News 24
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happened -- triaged. The Prime Minister has returned back to Downing Street. We know she is back in the building. She was in the House of Commons when this happened, witnesses say.
Washington Free Beacon
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The Washington Times - Basketball
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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Mike Rhoades has returned to Virginia to become the men's basketball coach at VCU. The popular former assistant was re-introduced to Rams fans in the Siegel Center, where his work with Shaka Smart endeared him to the Rams' faithful. A crowd of several hundred people, many ...
The Event Chronicle
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Israel and Syria have technically been at war for the past 50 years due to Tel Aviv’s occupation of the Golan Heights since 1967. Per the New York Times in 2015: With Syriadisintegrating” after years of civil war, they argue, it is hard to imagine a stable state to which the territory could be returned. Further, they say that international — or, at least, Americanrecognition of Israel’s 1981 annexation of the Golan would be an appropriate salve to Israeli security concerns in the wake of the nuclear deal with Iran. Tel Aviv has also been supporting anti-Assad militants operating to topple the Syrian government which includesAl-Nusra and Al-Qaeda since Reuters reported in 2012 that the Free Syrian Army has ties to both extremist groups and the FSA themselves admitted it too. This article ( Is The War Between Israel and Syria About To Explode? ) was originally published on We Are Change and syndicated by The Event Chronicle .
ScienceDaily
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Images returned from the European Space Agency's Rosetta mission indicate the surface of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko was a very active place during its most recent trip through the solar system, says a new study.
Techradar
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There are no big changes to the fixed Joy-Con, no new chips or boards Nintendo has simply fitted a small square of conductive foam above the controllers antenna to shield it from RF interference. To make sure this was indeed the fix, Hollister removed the foam Nintendo had added from the controller and found it stopped working again. If you have a faulty controller, then, it seems it would be advisable to contact Nintendos customer service and get it sent off for repair. If youve not bought the console yet but youre planning to soon, you may not have to worry about the problem at all. Hollister also purchased a new left Joy-Con from Amazon and found that it worked perfectly out of the box. When he opened the controller he found that though it didnt have the same foam fix as the one Nintendo returned to him, it did have a different circuit board number.
Politico
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The CBO estimated last week that the plan will result in 14 million more Americans going uninsured next year. The caucus’ members who oppose the legislation are planning a press conference Wednesday to showcase their numbers. But they’re not the only lawmakers that leadership is worried about losing. A handful of moderate and mainstream Republicans have rejected the proposal as well. Florida Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen says she wont back the measure because her district has the greatest number of Obamacare beneficiaries in the country. Rep. Lou Barletta (R-Pa.), one of Trump’s earliest campaign supporters in Congress, said Tuesday that the bill failed to include safeguards to prevent abuse by undocumented immigrants. Democrats are largely steering clear of the Republican infighting, but former Vice President Joe Biden returned to the Capitol Wednesday to rally Democratic members against the GOP efforts.
Cotswold Journal
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NBC News
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Library of Congress
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As the war dragged on, Clotfelter continued to suffer ill health, lack of food and German attacks, until respite came in an unlikely form the Spanish Flu. Though it would claim the lives of an estimated 43,000 servicemen mobilized for World War I, the Spanish Flu pandemic secured Clotfelter a path away from the front lines. On November 6, he and 20 other men hiked three miles in order to meet their transport to the 359th Field Hospital at Sivry-la-Perche. There, he notes he was put into influenza ward... Heavy blankets & good eats. Good place to rest. As Clotfelter recuperated in the hospital, he once again heard talk of an armistice, and on Nov. 11, 1918, he and his fellow patients listened as heavy artillery barrages ceased at exactly 11 a.m. Clotfelter was honorably discharged from the Army in February 1919 and returned to Mazie, where he married his sweetheart and resumed his job a school teacher.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Matty Fryatt is understood to have returned to light training with Nottingham Forest as he looks to bring an end to his two-year injury nightmare. The striker is only thought to have taken part in a few light sessions over the past week, but has so far not suffered any adverse reactions and is now expected to join in with full training with the rest of the squad. The 31-year-old last played for the Reds on March 3, 2015, in a 2-1 defeat at Charlton, before succumbing to an Achilles injury...
EVO News
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Image 4 of 5 Image 4 of 5 We also have an exposé of Porsche's new 911.2 GT3 . After the decision to offer its predecessor with PDK only, the option of a manual as well as a new 4.0-litre flat-six is getting us very excited for what could be the best 911 ever. Image 3 of 5 Image 3 of 5 After a 20 year hiatus from the market, French sports car manufacturer Alpine has returned with the A110. With a rather tasty set of figures and just a hint of favourable nostalgia, we give you the rundown about why this could be the car to bring the Porsche Cayman down. Away from the glittering lights of the Motor Show, we give three perfectly matchedentry levelsupercars a good hiding to distinguish which gives the purest thrills. Within £5000 of each other, the basic Audi R8 , McLaren 540C and Porsche 911 Turbo have nowhere to hide against each other’s considerable talents.
NASA - ISS Reports
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Daily Mail - Football
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Daily Mail - Sport
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Medium-pacer O'Brien first took four for 26 to help restrict Afghanistan to 220 all out, and then returned to resume his innings in the chase - after retiring hurt on just nine - to finish unbeaten on 72.
Daily Mail - Football
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Plymouth Herald
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Parents in Plymouth are being warned about a wheelie-dumb craze which has returned to the spotlight after ten years. Kids are literally getting wasted with Britain's daftest drug trend - sniffing fumes from burning wheelie bins, it was claimed today. Youngsters are risking their lives by torching the plastic bins in a bid to get high on the fumes, a waste management company has claimed. Officials at the firm say they have had reports from around Britain of youths burning wheelie bins to...
BBC Parliament
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delivers more returned than an active fund, which is why it is important to have the reporting requirements changed. We can look to the Netherlands experience. It is a requirement of Dutch funds to report on administration and management and transactions