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  1. Tsarnaev judge cites progress despite slow jury selectionRead the original story

    4 min ago | Boston Herald

    The judge in the federal death penalty trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev said Monday that he's not discouraged by the slow pace of jury selection. "We're making good progress," Judge George O'Toole Jr. said on the day testimony had been expected to begin.

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  2. MPs have called for a 'moratorium' over shale gas explorationRead the original story w/Photo

    4 min ago | Messenger Newspapers

    In the Commons, Energy Minister Amber Rudd conceded shale gas extraction would now be banned in national parks and other protected areas, while ministers also accepted a Labour amendment to the Infrastructure Bill setting "necessary conditions" for fracking to take place. The concessions allowed the Government to easily defeat calls for a moratorium on the controversial process, seeing off a report stage amendment by a majority of more than 250.

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  3. 5 Things to Know in Florida for Jan. 27Read the original story

    19 min ago | Washington Times

    The Florida agency that helps bring jobs to the state won't say which pro sports team deserves financial help from the state. Last year, state legislators passed a measure that spelled out how professional sports franchises and facilities could get a state subsidy.

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  4. Boulder SEO Marketing Partners with Clean Energy Collective to...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | PRWeb

    Boulder SEO Marketing, a digital marketing agency providing SEO site audits , search engine optimization, social media and content marketing training and consulting solutions to companies worldwide, announced that it has teamed up with Clean Energy Collective , the country's leading community solar developer. The two companies teamed up to promote clean energy and to help raise money and awareness for AnimalHelpNow, a nonprofit organization featuring a website and smartphone app that directs people who encounter injured, orphaned and distressed wildlife to the closest available assistance.

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  5. Dianne Grenier wears many hatsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | The Hartford Courant

    Dianne Grenier has lived on Andover Lake since 1986. Retired from a 40-year career at Pratt and Whitney in 2017, Grenier has always been heavily involved with her community.

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  6. How to trick a fitness trackerRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | ECNmag

    Fitness trackers are good at tracking steps on a walk, but not so much at tracking how many calories someone burns, said a study begun by the American Council on Exercise. Researcher Caitlin Stackpool and her team from the University of Wisconsin tested five leading wearable trackers, the Nike+ Fuelband, the Fitbit Ultra, the Jawbone UP, the BodyMedia FitCore and the Adidas MiCoach for their paper, published in January with sponsorship by ACE Fitness.

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  7. My Kind of MedicineRead the original story w/Photo

    25 min ago | Annals Of Internal Medicine

    In honor of ACP's Centennial, My Kind of Medicine: IM Family is a new series of physician profiles featuring multi-generational Internists. The stories will appear in several issues throughout 2015 to showcase how a tradition of caring and a passion for internal medicine are passed from one generation to the next.

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    27 min ago | Thomasville Times

    When Cherie and I began making plans for our 2015 cross country road trip to the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show, known by many as the SHOT Show, we decided to sample some of the finest hunting locations in the country. The idea was to alternate a travel day with a hunting or shooting day and the ideal travel stretch for this is about an eight hour drive.

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  9. Courtesy | Dustin Ranglack, USU Bison of Utah's Henry Mountains are...Read the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    Dustin Ranglack, USU Bison of Utah's Henry Mountains are descendants of animals transplanted to the area from Yellowstone National Park in 1941. Utah State University ecologists, with support from the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, are studying the free-ranging mammals, which are thought to be one of the few genetically pure groups of the species.

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  10. Thieves have change of heart, return stolen Boy Scouts gearRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | Lowell Sun

    A guilty conscience and news coverage apparently led some thieves to return a cargo trailer and camping gear that was stolen from a Montana Boy Scout troop earlier this month. Scoutmaster Rick Lindholm said the thieves left a handwritten note on the windshield of a car in the church parking lot from which the trailer and gear were taken around Jan. 12. The note said they felt guilty and indicated a Billings address in where the trailer could be found and another address where other gear could be found, The Billings Gazette reported .

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  11. The Story Behind Lars Andersen's New Level of Archery VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    31 min ago | Men's Journal

    Lars Andersen's "New Level of Archery" debunks Hollywood's portrayal of archery - from Lord of the Rings to Robin Hood - with a mesmerizing tribute to nearly forgotten archery techniques. Andersen is a self-described painter and writer from Denmark who began dabbling in ancient archery practices 10 years ago.

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  12. Lance Armstrong says he would probably dope againRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | TheCelebrityCafe

    Disgraced former cyclist Lance Armstrong said if given the chance he would probably use steroids again early on in his career. Armstrong said in an interview with BBC Sport that the culture of cycling today is different from the 90s when doping was a common practice.

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  13. Learning to Surf in Jaco, Costa RicaRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | Southern Accents

    The Three Most Important principles are look forward, relax, and stay low," says my instructor, seven-time Costa Rica national surfing champion Alvaro Solano Delgado. We're perched on a wooden platform on a hillside a few miles from the Pacific Ocean.

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  14. 0214 Life-Changing Vacations: Cruising the Galapagos IslandsRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | Southern Accents

    As I swim through the waters of Champion Island, well insulated and buoyant in my wetsuit, I believe I am becoming part sea lion. Snorkeling once or twice a day, I am on the hunt as they are, chasing penguins and colorful fish.

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  15. Share on LinkedInRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | MediaPost

    To introduce its latest hiking boot, designed to appeal to hip urban hikers, Merrell has teamed up with Oculus Rift to create Merrell #TrailScape, a virtual-reality hike experience at the Sundance Film Festival. The immersive experience is the first-ever commercial use of this "in motion" virtual reality, says Jamie Mandor, global brand marketing lead for Merrell.

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  16. Tsarnaev judge cites progress despite slow jury selectionRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | WHDH

    The judge in the federal death penalty trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev said Monday that he's not discouraged by the slow pace of jury selection. "We're making good progress," Judge George O'Toole Jr. said on the day testimony had been expected to begin.

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    33 min ago | Antigo Daily Journal

    With the exception of a dog chasing a crow, there is perhaps nothing more optimistic than an ice fisherman. Just do the math: Give or take a few gazintas, Remington Lake contains 20,286,180 gallons of water, the equivalent of about 7 million fish bowls.

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  18. Accused Bomber's Lawyers Say Boston Jury Pool Is Too BiasedRead the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | WNED

    A memorial at the site of the first explosion in the Boston Marathon bombing. Defense attorneys say too many people in the potential jury pool have some kind of personal connection to the case.

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  19. Six Weeks To New Run SpeedRead the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | Inside Triathlon

    Want to translate your hard-earned triathlon fitness into some running personal bests? Try this simple six-week plan that focuses on two or three key workouts per week to get you race fit. This plan assumes you have been running 3-5 hours per week, are injury-free and have recovered fully from your "A" race.

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  20. Search for missing UNF kayakerRead the original story w/Photo

    35 min ago | News 4 Jax

    VIDEO: The Coast Guard says they're expanding their search area for missing 22-year-old UNF student Garth Sangree who went missing while kayaking off the coast Saturday night. I. COAST GUARD EXPANDING THE SEARCH FOR THE KAYAKER WHO WENT MISSING FROM THE PIER.

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