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This Couple Got Married On A Sandbar In The Middle Of The Caribbean Sea

[ad_1] Bride Susana Zamos and her groom Jovany had dreamed of getting married in the middle of the ocean, but their original wedding planners promptly shot down the idea.  “We ...

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Trump’s Speech: Approval Uptick And Opinion Headwinds

[ad_1] President Donald Trump’s speech to a joint session of Congress in late February won him praise from pundits and an uptick in his approval rating. As the news cycles ...

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New Interior Chief Must Balance His Conservation Vows With Trump’s Fossil Fuel Demands

[ad_1] WASHINGTON — Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke describes himself as a champion of public lands and an “unapologetic admirer and disciple of Teddy Roosevelt.” He is also wishy-washy on climate change and ...

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Conservatives Willing To Negotiate On Obamacare Repeal ― If It’s A Repeal They Like

[ad_1] WASHINGTON ― After the sour reception to the GOP’s health care plan cast doubt on Republicans’ plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act, the House and Senate’s most conservative members ...

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What Every Person Who Loves A Vegetarian Should Know

[ad_1] I have been a vegetarian for my entire life – well, almost. When I was two years old, my mom (also a vegetarian) claims she let me try turkey ...

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Trump’s New Travel Ban Could Hinder Research On HIV And Mental Health

[ad_1] WASHINGTON ― A scientist at Harvard Medical School planned to keep on collaborating with Iranian academics on HIV/AIDS research. Scholars at Columbia Law School’s human rights clinic wanted to ...

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No One Is Talking About The GOP Health Plan’s Worst Outcome

[ad_1] One provision in the GOP plan to replace Obamacare is already causing angst for people between ages 50 and 65: raising the ceiling on their premiums, which in all likelihood ...

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At Least 4 Dead After Train Struck Bus Carrying Senior Citizens In Mississippi

[ad_1] Multiple people were killed in Biloxi, Mississippi, after a charter bus was struck by a train and pushed more than 300 feet along the tracks, local media reported Tuesday. ...

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Soy Tied To Longer Life After Breast Cancer

[ad_1] (Reuters Health) – – Eating more soy may be tied to better survival odds for many women with breast cancer and may not be harmful for patients treated with ...

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Ending America’s Addiction Crisis Will Take More Than Words

[ad_1] “Our terrible drug epidemic will slow down and ultimately stop.” – President Donald Trump In last week’s joint address, President Trump identified tackling and ultimately defeating our country’s struggle ...

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