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Month: September 2018

‘We shouldn’t be on food stamps’: teachers on how to fix America’s education system

September 30, 2018

A manifesto for change: as guest editors of Guardian US, heres what Americas teachers need to help the next generation thrive Falling teacher pay. Decrepit school buildings. Textbooks older than we are. Its no wonder this country is grappling with record teacher shortages and our colleagues in five states have staged walkouts. But the real […]

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Sheriff: Murder-for-hire plot behind good Samaritan’s death

September 30, 2018

Trending in U.S. US to release $1.2 billion in military aid to Egypt

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QUIZ: Can You Match The Pet To The Celeb Owner? – Perez Hilton

September 30, 2018

Pets are everything! Dogs and cats are cute enough on their own, but pair them with a hot celeb and the cuteness factor shoots into space. Admit it — some of your best dreams involved your celeb crush and an adorable puppy or kitten. But can you match the fluffy little angels to their famous […]

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Dairy food in moderation ‘may protect the heart’

September 30, 2018

Three small portions of dairy a day may actually protect against heart disease and stroke Dairy products such as cheese and milk have got a bad name because of the saturated fat they contain, but a large new study suggests that in moderation, they may actually protect against heart disease and stroke. The study was […]

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Navy vet’s body found after he’s reported missing during Hawaiian honeymoon

September 30, 2018

Video Veteran found dead on honeymoon in Hawaii His wife says he went for a hike and never came back. The body of a Navy veteran who went missing while on his Hawaiian honeymoon was found Friday, authorities said. Maui police said a volunteer found the body of Stephen Kramar, 27, on a hillside a […]

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Jungle-Penetrating Lasers Reveal Thousands Of Ancient Mayan Structures

September 30, 2018

Hidden below Guatemala’s lush Petén rainforest lies an ancient city not touched by humans for more than 1,000 years, but in its heyday it was home to millions of Mesoamericans who built a sophisticated, sprawling empire. Now, for the first time, a team of international archaeologists has discovered and mapped tens of thousands of ancient […]

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Food, supplements and a first triathlon

September 29, 2018

(CNN)While training for my first triathlon at the age of 48, I began to wonder what I could do from a nutrition standpoint to optimize both my training and my race day performance. To get some answers, I reached out to Elizabeth Broad, senior sports dietician for the US Olympic Committee and Jose Antonio, founder […]

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Liz Hurley wins payout after Amazon driver ran over her dog

September 29, 2018

Actors sister reveals incident as contractor pays 2,000 vet bills for labrador Liz Hurley has received compensation from an Amazon contractor after her dog was run over by a delivery driver, her sister has said. The actors two-year-old labrador, Hector, was said to have sustained a collapsed lung and broken leg in the incident at […]

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Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid walk out of Paris hotel with wine glasses in hand

September 29, 2018

 (2018 Pierre Suu) The pair attended a YouTube cocktail party with pals Derek Blasberg and designer Virgil Abloh, documenting the evening out on their Instagram Stories.  Naomi Campbell Shades Kendall Jenner, Says Cardi B and Nicki Minaj Fight ‘Disappointed’ Her It’s been a busy few weeks for the models, who have participated in shows for […]

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