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"In the midst of a career spent covering and consuming news, it has become painfully apparent to me that I am presently too much a part of the news, due to my actions."
Though you may think your memories of that day are still rock solid, research shows it to be less than perfect with each passing year.
A new study indicates what we already knew: computers are taking over our brain. Sort of.
Police are looking closely at the last person who saw missing college student Lauren Spierer: "She was a tiny girl, clearly very inebriated with no shoes or phone...He never should have let her leave."
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Amazing. 34-year-old British artist, Stephen Wiltshire, who was diagnosed with autism at
Researchers at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center say they've prompted rodents
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