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Iceberg twice the size of Atlanta nears southern ocean

An iceberg twice the size of Atlanta is drifting into the ocean off Antarctica, where it broke off in November, and threatens ships, scientists said.
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Thermal-Aid Headache Relief System gains approval from migraine sufferers, health experts

A new headache treatment alternative is providing relief to migraine sufferers and may curb productivity loss arising from such disabling pain.
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U.S. deploys 600 troops to Eastern Europe as Biden assures Ukraine of support

Six hundred U.S. troops based in Italy were deployed Tuesday to Poland, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia in a move to reassure NATO allies amid the Russi...
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Federal bureau recalls approval of powdered alcohol

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (ATTTB) on Tuesday recalled its approval of Palcohol, a powdered alcohol, but the company making the prod...
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U.S. Supreme Court upholds MI voter-approved ban on race-based university admission policy

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld Michigan's ban on public colleges and universities from considering race in the admission of students.
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Pacific Shore Holdings beefs up expansion thru improved business development services

Los Angeles-based consumer packaged goods manufacturer Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. is stepping up expansion plans with renewed focus on its strategic...
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Meet the Doctor Who Gave $1 Million of His Own Money to Keep His Gun Research Going

Federal funding for research on gun violence has been restricted for nearly two decades. President Obama urged Congress to allocate $10 million for ne...
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Ford Motors CEO Alan Mulally may retire; COO Mark Fields is likely replacement

Ford Motors Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields is expected to be the automaker's next chief executive officer, according to reports.
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U.S. drone strikes hit terrorist training camps in Yemen, kill 33 al-Qaeda fighters

The U.S. military conducted a series of drone strikes on terrorist training camps in Yemen from Sunday to Monday killing at least 30 members of the al...
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U.S. Navy offers help to salvage sunken Korean ferry

The U.S. Navy salvage ship USS Safeguard is sailing to South Korea to help in recovering the wreckage of the ferry that sank on Wednesday, the Pentago...