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Levels of some persistent organic pollutants (POPs) regulated by the Stockholm Convention are decreasing in the Arctic, according to an international team of researchers who have been actively monitoring the northern regions of the globe. POPs are a diverse...
Amphetamine and opioid use in pregnancy increased substantially over the last decade in the United States, a new Michigan Medicine-led study finds. And a disproportionate rise occurred in rural counties. Among pregnant women in all parts of the country,...
Nicole Richie smacked in the face by 'notoriously clumsy' interviewer, handles it OK. And while the reality star has done her fair share of interviews, she probably wasn't ready to be slapped in the face by a reporter. The 35 year...
Researchers at the University of Sydney have produced hard data that demonstrates collaborating with Indigenous peoples changed the outcome of a scientific research project. It is the first empirical evidence that culturally diverse teams produce improved results in...
In order to learn about the world, an animal needs to do more than just pay attention to its surroundings. It also needs to learn which sights, sounds and sensations in its environment are the most important and...
A giant sinkhole appeared on a main road in downtown Fukuoka - located on Japan's Kyushu Island, disrupting traffic and causing power failures. Authorities said no injuries were reported from the pre-sunrise collapse in downtown Fukuoka, which created a sinkhole...
Inadequate sleep is a public health problem affecting more than one in three adults worldwide. A new study in the journal SLEEP, published by Oxford University Press, suggests that insufficient sleep could also have grave economic consequences. Community sleep...
The state of Utah's nickname is "The Beehive State," and the moniker couldn't be more apt, say Utah State University scientists. One out of every four bee species in the United States is found In Utah and the...
Traditional indigenous burning practices are protecting plant biodiversity in Australia's Gibson Desert, according to University of Queensland research. The study analysed how environments dominated by flammable spinifex grasses and fire-sensitive desert myrtle shrubs reacted to wildfires, and to the...
A massive new survey developed by MIT researchers reveals some distinct global preferences concerning the ethics of autonomous vehicles, as well as some regional variations in those preferences. The survey has global reach and a unique scale, with over...

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Hey ISIS, You Suck: Local Muslims Post Anti-ISIS Billboard

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