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Animal signs highlight spike in road deaths

November 2, 2018

Commoners – the families who own the animals that graze the forest – have got together to produce the signs which will be placed in local towns and villages throughout the winter. James Young, whose pony Brock Brocade was killed by a hit-and-run driver, said: “This is the most worrying time of year for every […]

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‘I’m barely breathing’: Synagogue survivor recounts terror

November 1, 2018

The gunman, Robert Gregory Bowers, opened fire with an AR-15 rifle and other weapons during worship services inside Tree of Life Synagogue, killing eight men and three women before a tactical police team tracked him down and shot him, according to state and federal affidavits made public on Sunday. He expressed hatred of Jews during […]

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Pittsburgh synagogue massacre leaves 11 dead, 6 wounded

November 1, 2018

The suspect, Robert Bowers, traded gunfire with police and was shot several times. Bowers, who was in fair condition at a hospital, was charged late Saturday with 29 federal counts, including hate crimes and weapons offenses. It wasn’t immediately known if Bowers had an attorney to speak on his behalf. “Please know that justice in […]

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33 Spooky Supernatural Stories (That Are Completely True)

October 30, 2018

January Nelson Updated October 24, 2018 0 These spooky stories from Ask Reddit only have supernatural explanations. 1. I did not see it but I would hear it and smell it. The first place I worked at as a nurse was haunted. In the middle of the night when everyone was in bed, the sound of […]

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‘Ray Donovan’ brings ‘fixer’ baggage to New York swing

October 29, 2018

(CNN)“Ray Donovan” took a plunge into the unknown — quite literally — in its season-five finale. But as the series returns, the Showtime drama is wading into somewhat different waters, bringing with it an additional layer of baggage as the series makes the move to New York. With Ray having plied his trade in Hollywood, […]

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Color Appears To Play A Role In How Long Some Dogs Live

October 29, 2018

According to a study published Sunday in the journal The study looked at data for 2,000 dogs living in the United Kingdom in 2013 that were randomly selected from the records of more than 33,000 Labrador retrievers in the database of VetCompass, a research project of the University of Sydney and the Royal Veterinary College at […]

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Dropbox expands Paper into planning tool with timelines

October 28, 2018

Dropbox has been building out Paper, its document-driven collaboration tool since it was first announced in 2015, slowly but surely layering on more functionality. Today, it added a timeline feature, pushing beyond collaboration into a light-weight project planning tool. Dropbox has been hearing that customers really need a way to plan with Paper that was lacking. […]

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GitHub launches Actions, its workflow automation tool

October 28, 2018

For the longest time, GitHub was all about storing source code and sharing it either with the rest of the world or your colleagues. Today, the company, which is in the process of being acquired by Microsoft, is taking a step in a different but related direction by launching GitHub Actions. Actions allow developers to […]

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Whales change their tunes when ships appear

October 25, 2018

(CNN)Commercial ships emit low-frequency noise wherever they roam and this unwanted soundtrack negatively impacts marine life, new research suggests. Humpback whales stop singing or shorten their songs with the passing of ships, a new study published Wednesday in PLOS One reveals. While there are many causes of low-frequency noise in the oceans, including seismic explosions, […]

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Tech CEOs Dorsey and Benioff face-off over San Francisco homeless tax

October 25, 2018

San Francisco (CNN Business)Two of San Francisco’s wealthiest tech leaders clashed on Twitter over the best way to address the city’s homeless problem. It would raise up $300 million annually to address homelessness by building more housing, increasing mental health treatment, and adding shelter beds. That is double what the city currently spends a year […]

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