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Ecuador declares state of emergency at three prisons

Image copyright AFP Image caption The riot was caused by shortages of food and water The president of Ecuador has declared a six-month state of emergency at three prisons in the capital, Quito, after...

Two massive oil export pipelines facing shutdowns amid construction

Even without Ida, one of the worst storms to hit the East Coast in recent memory, there have been concerns about the condition of the oil infrastructure underneath the Gulf Coast. But in the...

How scientists are trying to save mankind with their contributions to health

According to the winners of the prestigious Lasker Awards for Medicine and Biology, medicine in the 21st century is more about innovation and more about teamwork than it is about just pushing more things...

This is why Rep. Barbara Lee is

The panel discussion at the 42nd Annual Symposium & Networking Reception for The American Association of University Women, held at the Hyatt Regency Denver. Credit: American Association of University Women U.S. Reps. Pramila Jayapal...

Car and chip makers in discussion over possible fix to electric car shortage

By Marnie Hunter, FOX News National Security Analyst U.S. auto industry leaders are in discussions with chip makers over a potential fix to the shortage of silicon used in electricity-driven, battery-powered vehicles that threatens...

Overheard: Now, meet Teri and JP!

If you’re a fan of The Bachelor, we have some exciting news for you: It’s “the time of the season” and there are two new suitors to meet. Meet Teri, a 21-year-old psychology major,...

The Taliban leader who defied death: ‘There are many myths about him’

Written by Stephanie Pappas, CNN If you have trouble believing Taliban leader Mullah Mansour was ever in charge of the organisation you are far from alone. "We can acknowledge that there were duplications of...

Vaccine and anti-vaccination debates: Where does Ivermectin fit in?

Image copyright Los Angeles Times Image caption Andrew Wakefield, a UK-based doctor who claimed vaccines cause autism, is one of those pushing for Ivermectin (LA Times ) Vaccines and Ivermectin seem to go together....

The Dow has lost 2.8 percent in three weeks

Markets around the world were lower again on Sunday and early Monday as investors fretted over lower-than-expected corporate earnings from companies like Apple and Microsoft, an increase in U.S. Treasury yields and fears over...

The United States Paralympic Team will train in Arlington

The United States Paralympic Team will begin its practice sessions next week and schedule six road games in December, including the Federation of International Paralympic Sports World Cup in January. Members of the team...

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