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Knifeman Stabs Eight In Russian City, Shot Dead by Police

Knifeman Stabs Eight In Russian City, Shot Dead by Police
Written by Tyjuan Dahl on 2017-08-19


UPDATE 7:35 a.m. EDT— Officials initially said eight men were injured in Russia’s northern city of Surgut after a knife attacker stabbed them Saturday. However, they later corrected the statement and said seven people were injured, according to reports.A police patrol responded to the emergency and shot the attacker dead. The Investigative Committee said that the police fired a warning shot in...(Read More)

Ancient DNA Reveals Genetic History Of Early European Civilizations

Ancient DNA Reveals Genetic History Of Early European Civilizations
Written by Tyjuan Dahl on 2017-08-02


DNA samples from thousands of years ago show the Ancient Greeks descended from two even more distant peoples, solving a genetic mystery that had scientists scratching their heads for years.Although the Greeks are a famous ancient civilization, they were following in the footsteps of two other groups known as the Minoans and the Mycenaeans who lived around the Aegean Sea, the embayment in the northeastern...(Read More)

Jane Austen Fans React To Pride And Prejudice Quote On New Bill Honoring Author

Jane Austen Fans React To Pride And Prejudice Quote On New Bill Honoring Author
Written by Tyjuan Dahl on 2017-07-18


I hope I never ridicule what is wise or good,* but Jane Austen fans are busily mocking the new £10 note unveiled by the Bank of England Tuesday. The bill, which honors the English author who died 200 years ago, includes a quote from one of her most disliked characters.Austen fans have not the pleasure of understanding* the choice to quote Caroline Bingley, a snooty socialite and polite antagonist...(Read More)

How Long Can You Breastfeed Your Baby? More Than Two Years Of Breastfeeding Leads To More Cavities, Study Says

How Long Can You Breastfeed Your Baby? More Than Two Years Of Breastfeeding Leads To More Cavities, Study Says
Written by Tyjuan Dahl on 2017-07-01


Breastfeeding has been found to be beneficial for children as the American Academy of Pediatrics also recommend that a mother should breast-feed her new born for at least one year. However, a new study published in journal “Pediatrics” on Friday found that if a child is breast-fed for longer than two years after birth, then there is a higher risk of developing dental cavities.The study, part...(Read More)

World Leaders React To London Bridge Terror Attack, Trump Promotes Travel Ban

World Leaders React To London Bridge Terror Attack, Trump Promotes Travel Ban
Written by Tyjuan Dahl on 2017-06-04


Two weeks after 22 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, United Kingdom, attackers drove a van at high speed into pedestrians on London Bridge in the U.K. capital Saturday night. Soon after, they started attacking people on the street and those returning home from bars in the nearby Borough Market area.Authorities described the incident...(Read More)

Exoplanets Of TRAPPIST-1 System Orbit In Synchronized Musical Harmonies, Making It Stable

Exoplanets Of TRAPPIST-1 System Orbit In Synchronized Musical Harmonies, Making It Stable
Written by Tyjuan Dahl on 2017-05-11


TRAPPIST-1 is a planetary system over 40 light years away from Earth, and the discovery of seven Earth-sized exoplanets orbiting their star was announced in February. Three of the stars are within the habitable zone of the star, making them and the system as a whole a very exciting place for space exploration, particularly the search for life as we know it.However, alongside its discovery, scientists...(Read More)

Photo Captures Volcano Erupting Into The Milky Way

Photo Captures Volcano Erupting Into The Milky Way
Written by Tyjuan Dahl on 2017-05-04


Dutch photographer Albert Dros needed just the right elements to capture his awe-inducing shot of Guatemala's Fuego volcano. And when he finally got it, the photo appeared to show the volcano erupting straight into the Milky Way.The 31-year-old photographer took the shot from the nearby Acatenango volcano in the small town of Antingua, Guatemala near the end of March. He cataloged in a blog...(Read More)

Cameras On Humpback Whales Show Marine Mammal Behavior In Antarctica

Cameras On Humpback Whales Show Marine Mammal Behavior In Antarctica
Written by Tyjuan Dahl on 2017-05-02


What would it be like to hop on a humpback whale for a piggyback ride? Researchers got the next best thing when they attached cameras to the ocean mammals’ backs in Antarctica.The cameras stick on with suction cups that don’t hurt the whales and stay for a day or two, National Geographic says. They track the creatures and capture “a whale's-eye view of a changing undersea universe, helping...(Read More)

Can North Korea Missiles Hit Washington? Kim Jong Un Regime

Can North Korea Missiles Hit Washington? Kim Jong Un Regime's Latest Ballistic Missile Test Fails
Written by Tyjuan Dahl on 2017-04-29


North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile from a site in South Pyeongan province north of Pyongyang early Saturday, South Korean and U.S. military officials said. The launch came just hours after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson led a ministerial meeting of the United Nations Security Council Friday where he spoke about Pyongyang’s advancing nuclear and missile programs.Saturday's missile...(Read More)





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