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  1. 4 years after Fukushima, Japan considers restarting nuclear facilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 min ago | Erie Times News

    FUKUSHIMA CITY, Japan "" On many Friday evenings, 38-year-old Tomo Iwabuchi and six friends can be found on a street corner in Fukushima City, banging drums, chanting and singing. "oeZero nukes!" Iwabuchi yells into a microphone as a few pedestrians stride by.

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  2. Drought damages Php129.4-M worth of crops, fishery products in Zambo CityRead the original story

    5 min ago | Philippines Today

    Mayor Ma. Isabelle Climaco-Salazar has ordered the Office of the City Agriculture to expedite measures to help the farmers affected by the long dry spell.

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  3. Coal Scam: CBI Awaits Nod on Sanction to Try Two OfficialsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 min ago | Outlook

    CBI today informed a special court that it was awaiting the response of competent authority on grant of sanction to try two public servants for their alleged role in a coal blocks allocation case involving Nagpur-based Grace Industries Ltd and others. The agency told Special CBI Judge Bharat Parashar that in pursuance to the court's earlier order, they have sent the relevant records of the case to the Maharashtra government and Department of Personnel and Training in February for according sanction to prosecute the two government servants.

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  4. Gilberts entrepreneur says there's a science to cleanRead the original story w/Photo

    5 min ago | Daily Herald

    ... "There is never 'hoping' or 'wishing' when cleaning, all cleaning (jobs) have a cause and a proper solution based in science and chemistry," he said. Heuvelman founded the company in 1985 with his wife, Cathy. It was originally C&G Cleaning, a ...

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  5. Craft distillery gets grant to study rye cultivationRead the original story w/Photo

    6 min ago | Business Journal

    The owner of Far North Spirits recently got a windfall from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture: A three-year, $188,495 grant to study varieties of winter rye, a key ingredient in many high-proof spirits. Michael Swanson and two other farmers will grow up to 17 varieties of rye at different three test locations, including one at Far North's 1,500-acre farm in Hallock, Minn.

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  6. Linux in hi-rel is growing, says McPhersonRead the original story w/Photo

    7 min ago | Electronics Weekly

    The FPGA firm's interest indicates how Linux is expanding its footprint beyond consumer and computing markets and in high reliability industrial, automotive and aerospace systems. The theme of this year's Embedded Linux Conference, which is sponsored by The Linux Foundation, was 'Drones, Things and Automotive.'

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  7. "Why Is It Hard To Get Pain Control Pills In India?"Read the original story w/Photo

    7 min ago | Outlook

    Economic progress happens when you give young people freedom. When they follow opportunity, there is no plan for the ageing parents left behind.

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  8. How Many Crimes Do Your Police 'Clear'? Now You Can Find OutRead the original story w/Photo

    7 min ago | KABC-AM Los Angeles

    The FBI collects clearance statistics for its annual "Uniform Crime Report," but it doesn't break those numbers down by jurisdiction. That makes it hard for people to compare local police departments' clearance rates, or track them over time.

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  9. Entrepreneurs Are Unhinging Urban TransportationRead the original story w/Photo

    7 min ago | National Journal

    Private mass-transit start-ups such as "tech buses" and crowd-sourced commuter routes aren't waiting for government to catch up. I was in search of coffee on a lovely morning in San Francisco a few weeks ago, and I happened upon a single-file line of young adults standing patiently along Van Ness Avenue.

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  10. Pilots at Low Cost Carriers Under Increasing StressRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | Skift

    Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot who last week steered a Germanwings flight into a mountainside, had a history of depression so debilitating that he left his pilot training program for six months in the late 2000s, according to Germany's Bild newspaper. When he was ready to return, he had to pass a battery of psychological tests required for pilot certification, as well as another series of tests that were a prerequisite for his job at Lufthansa, which owns Germanwings.

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  11. Preventing Cancer With Healthy LivingRead the original story

    11 min ago | Psychology Today

    According to available statistics, roughly fourteen million people worldwide were newly diagnosed with cancer in 2012 alone. That same year saw about eight million cancer deaths.

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  12. RE: IPv6 Inside the DCRead the original story

    12 min ago | Midrange-l mailing list

    Actually Jim, I agree with you. But, if you were starting up a whole new company, branch, etc.

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  13. Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filingsRead the original story

    13 min ago | Business Wire

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  14. More dead goats found at farm of pair charged with crueltyRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The melting snow has revealed the frozen carcasses of more than a dozen more dead goats at a Cornwall, Connecticut, farm whose operators have been charged with animal cruelty. More than 70 dead animals have been found at the Butterfield Farm Co.

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  15. Chicago Psychologist Proves Why Teamwork Improves BusinessesRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | CBS Local

    CBS 2 Welcome to CBS 2 on CBSChicago.com! CBS 2 is joining forces with the most trusted local CBS RADIO stations in Chicago to give you the best Chicago has to offer as CBS Local. CBS 2 [...] WBBM Newsradio Welcome to WBBM Newsradio 780 & 105.9FM, The Home of Chicago Bears Radio and Chicago Cubs Radio, on CBSChicago.com! WBBM Newsradio 780 & 105.9FM is joining forces with the CBS 2 Television and 670 The [...] 670 The Score Welcome to 670 The Score, The Home of White Sox Radio, on the new CBSChicago.com! The Score is joining forces with the CBS 2 TV and WBBM 780 to give you the best Chicago has [...] That was one of 10 tips that Entrepreneur gave to first-time business owners.

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  16. Solving molybdenum disulfide's "thin" problemRead the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | R & D

    ... they are just one monolayer thick," said Koray Aydin, assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the McCormick School of Engineering. "So the amount of material that is available for light emission or light absorption is ...

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  17. Report: Photosynthesis hack needed to feed world by 2050Read the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | R & D

    Using high-performance computing and genetic engineering to boost the photosynthetic efficiency of plants offers the best hope of increasing crop yields enough to feed a planet expected to have 9.5 billion people on it by 2050, researchers report in Cell . There has never been a better time to try this, said Univ.

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  18. Strong quakes hit off South Pacific nations of Tonga, SamoaRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | WTOP-FM Washington

    A pair of strong earthquakes struck off the South Pacific nations of Tonga and Samoa on Monday, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage and no tsunami warning was issued. The U.S. Geological Survey said the first quake had a magnitude of 6.4 and a depth of 11 kilometers , striking 109 kilometers northeast of Tonga's Hihifo district Monday night.

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  19. Researchers develop computational model to simulate bacterial behaviorRead the original story

    16 min ago | R & D

    ... at this point," said Alber, who is The Vincent J. Duncan Family Professor of Applied Mathematics in the College of Science and an adjunct professor of medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine, South Bend. "We can now use a very fast and ...

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  20. Dig planned at Revolutionary site in southern New JerseyRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | Norwalk Citizen News

    Officials are planning at archaeological dig for June at the site now known as Red Bank Battlefield Park in the southern New Jersey town of National Park. The National Park Service is contributing $46,000 in a grant to help fund the first such undertaking ever at the site.

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