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Ben Carson distances himself from Trump's comments on 9/11

Andrew Harnik/AP When asked if he would blame George W. Bush for the 9/11 attacks, Ben Carson said “I certainly don’t think so,” and also said he doubts Trump actually meant to blame the former President for the attacks. Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson distanced himself Sunday from Donald Trump’s controversial assertion that George W. Bush was to blame for ...

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7 things I learned from the designer of the NES

Late last week, eight floors above a Five Guys in a common space of a completely mistakable building, the man who created the most famous game console spoke to a crowd of maybe 100 people. Masayuki Uemura was responsible for designing the Nintendo Family Home Computer, or Famicom, as well as the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), which was sold in ...

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3 things we learned from Manchester United’s 3-0 decimation of Tottenham

Tottenham Hotspur really weren’t very good today, but Manchester United’s utter domination still taught us a few things. There’s a very happy manager in Old Trafford right now as Louis Van Gall silenced some of his critics today thanks to Manchester United’s 3-0 humbling of Tottenham Hotspur thanks to a dominant three-goal first half and a confident and composed second ...

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Dunkin’ Donuts To Phase Out Titanium Dioxide From Its Powdered Doughnuts

Dunkin’ Donuts has agreed to remove titanium dioxide from its doughnuts after two years of pressure from the non-profit advocacy group, As You Sow. Titanium dioxide is what Dunkin’ Donuts uses to make their powdered doughnuts white. A common whitener found in many processed foods, the FDA allows up to one-percent of the total ingredients to contain the substance without ...

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Two bodies from crashed Blackhawk helicopter found

Andrew V. PestanoDESTIN, Fla., March 12 (UPI) — The National Guard said two bodies have been recovered and two others may be in the wreckage of the Blackhawk helicopter that crashed during a training exercise in Florida. Top News – UPI.com

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Iran’s Khamenei objects to letter from GOP senators

Ed AdamczykTEHRAN, March 12 (UPI) — Ayatollah Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader, criticized a letter sent by Republican senators suggesting limitations to the value of a nuclear arms agreement. Top News – UPI.com

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U. S. Government To Remove Cholesterol Warnings From Food Packaging

The United States government is set to remove cholesterol warnings from food packaging. The decision was prompted by the The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, which advised that cholesterol is no longer a “nutrient of concern.” The findings will likely draw controversy, as the same committee has supported the warnings for nearly four decades. The committee’s recommendation is included in the ...

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The Baby Blues Aren’t Just Affecting Women: 1 In 10 Men Suffer From Postnatal Depression

Postnatal depression is not exclusive to women. In fact, a recent study shows that 10 percent of men will suffer from the medical condition following the birth of a baby. The Sydney Morning Herald reports that a new study on postnatal depression shows that men are being overlooked when it comes to suffering from depression after the birth of a ...

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Can Aphrodisiac Foods Boost Mood And Metabolism? From Dark Chocolate To Oysters, Fact And Fantasy

Can eating certain aphrodisiac foods such as dark chocolate really spark your romance and even boost your weight loss? With Valentine’s Day just around the cooing corner, it’s time to separate fact from fantasy on foods such as dark chocolate and oysters, reports Reader’s Digest. When it comes to oysters, researchers have confirmed that they contain amino acids that kick-start ...

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Consumers’ View of Economy Slips From 11-Year High

Filed under: Economic Indicators, GDP, Economy, This Built America Lynne Sladky/AP By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON — U.S. consumer sentiment unexpectedly fell in February from an 11-year high amid worries over slowing economic growth, suggesting a recent weakness in spending might last for a while. The ebb in sentiment came despite strong job gains over the last three months, signs of ...

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