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Protestors take to streets over Trump victory

Protestors take to streets

Thousands of people protested across the United States on Wednesday over Republican Donald Trump’s surprise victory in the U.S. presidential election, blasting his campaign rhetoric around immigrants, Muslims and other groups. On Wednesday evening, thousands of protesters thronged streets in …

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Jesus’ purported tomb unearthed for study

burial shelf Jesus laid on

JERUSALEM — Archaeologists’ discovery of what may be the original burial bed on which Jesus’ body was laid have been deemed “hugely significant” by an archaeologist. The burial bed — which has not been studied by archaeologists previously — was …

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Study: The more we lie, the easier it gets

The more we lie, the easier it gets

New research shows brain’s negative response to lying decreases with repetition. Every time Pinocchio lied, his nose grew longer. Of course, a real boy’s nose does not change when he lies, but his brain might, according to a new research …

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Washington, D.C., gives initial approval to assisted suicide

WASHINGTON — Physician-assisted suicide in America’s capital city has gained first approval while leaders locally and nationally are warning about the consequences. The Council of the District of Columbia voted 11-2 Tuesday (Nov. 1) for legislation that would empower doctors …

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Colorado voters may legalize assisted suicide

WASHINGTON — Colorado may be on the verge of becoming the latest state to legalize physician-assisted suicide. The state’s voters will decide the fate of a ballot initiative Nov. 8 that would enable doctors to prescribe lethal drugs to people …

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