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Germany may soon limit speeds on autobahns

The Autobahns, these impeccable highways with no speed limit, often used as examples when it comes to mobility, are at risk. A German government committee is studying the issue of…

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Son of Martin Luther King Jr. criticizes Pence

On Monday, the son of Martin Luther King Jr. criticized the vice president of the United States, Mike Pence, for quoting the slain civil rights leader to defend the construction…

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A Chinese scientist says that he has genetically modified babies for the first time

A Chinese researcher claims to have modified the DNA of twins  born this November, reveals in an exclusive material the Associated Press.  The scientist, named He Jiankui, claims to have altered the embryos of…

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Skier saved by friend on Colorado chair lift

An incredible news story took place on January 5th in the Arapahoe Basin, Colorado. A young man nearly lost his life while he was spending the day in a ski…

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Denver, the first American city to legalize hallucinogenic mushrooms?

More than 8,000 citizens of Denver have signed a petition for the legalization of these products, which could have certain medical virtues. The proposal could be debated in May. Denver…

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Colorado Boy Has Rare Skin Disease That Turns Him To Stone

A rare disease afflicts a 10-year-old boy in Colorado, Jaiden Rodgers. It is a genetic disorder, and only 40 cases have ever been reported. Three years ago, Jaiden’s parents noticed…

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Colorado Street Manhole Springs Seven Foot Geyser

The flooding continues in epic proportions in the front range of the state of Colorado. Over the last few days, so much rain has fallen is such a short period…

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The United States will determine “in the next two days” who killed Khashoggi

Donald Trump said on Saturday that the United States would determine “in the next two days” that killed the Saudi Jamal Khashogg Speaking to reporters in Malibu, the president announced…

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