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The man, who lives in Gaza, has undergone a pioneering treatment by Israeli surgeons for a severe case of this rare condition.
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There's little to surprise in this story, especially if you know a bit about the subject's life and his ideas. But author Jim Ottaviani finds a nice balance between the personal and the theoretical.
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Federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York announced two counts against Epstein. He is charged with one count of sex trafficking conspiracy and one count of sex trafficking.
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Four years after Greece nearly left the European Union, voters turn right to a more conservative leader in the latest elections. As their economy continues to flag, Greeks turn to the center-right.
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After breaking down and analyzing more than 1,000 compounds, the creators of Atomo have made a no-bean brew that is almost exactly like coffee — including the caffeine — but without the bitterness.
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Opportunity zones were created with the 2017 tax cut to bolster low-income communities. But depending on how the funds are spent, investors who get tax incentives could see the biggest gains.
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The Supreme Court's nominal leader can make a huge difference — and did this term. But where is he headed and why?
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Traditional blood tests still do a better job flagging common inherited diseases. Gene sequencing can be useful for detecting some conditions, but the results can be difficult to interpret.
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The Trump administration plans to open up parts of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument to more mining and grazing. It's become a flash point in the grab for public lands.
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Landing a man on the moon captures the public's imagination. But in the decades after the Apollo program, robots have also generated public excitement about space exploration.
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It's the latest move by festival planners in responding to a scandal that engulfed the festival after an 18-year-old woman was sexually attacked by a gang of five men at the festival in 2016.
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The Justice Department did not provide an explanation for why it's switching out lawyers representing the Trump administration in the ongoing legal battle over a potential census citizenship question.
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The Guggenheim Museum in New York and Fallingwater in Pennsylvania now belong to a list that includes Machu Picchu and the pyramids of Egypt.
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Jason Glass of Jeffco Public Schools wants the community to consider tearing down the site of the 1999 shooting, saying it's become a magnet for disturbed individuals obsessed with school shootings.
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The move signals that Iran is losing patience with the 2015 agreement after the U.S. blocked the economic relief promised.
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The move comes as a result of Digital Rights Management, an approach that allows companies to prevent piracy. Every purchased book will be disappear this month.
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Police in the city of Tempe say a barista asked them to leave or move away from a customer who "did not feel safe" with officers nearby.
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They defeated the Netherlands 2-0 to win a record fourth Women's World Cup title. Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle both scored, helping the team to a perfect tournament.
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U.K.'s ambassador to the U.S., Kim Darroch, paints Trump as an incompetent leader of a "diplomatically clumsy" administration, in memos sent to U.K.'s Foreign Office and leaked to the Daily Mail.
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The International Space Station is getting older, and NASA is hoping that commercial businesses will take over so that the space agency can focus its efforts on a return to the moon.
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