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Miami sharpshooter Tyler Herro put in the work (during the shutdown), now it’s paying off

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The secret can be told now: When the NBA was shut down for a few months because of the coronavirus pandemic, when most players in

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The intricate protein architecture linked to disease

Scientists have for the first time identified the structure of a protein fiber linked to early-onset type 2 diabetes. Amylin is a protein that regulates the body’s glucose levels. This

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Madrid court calls UBS chairman Axel Weber as witness in Orcel trial with Santander

MADRID – A Madrid court on Monday called UBS UBSG.S chairman Axel Weber to speak as a witness in a trial that will kick off on March 10 next year

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Apple Music for Android contains mentions of rumored ‘Apple One’ services bundle

The bundle of services is expected to be available this fall The latest beta version of Apple Music for Android contains strings of code that directly mention the rumored bundle

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City of Louisville reaches $12 million settlement with Breonna Taylor’s family

“As significant as today is,” said Breonna Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, “it’s only the beginning of getting full justice for Breonna.” The city of Louisville, Kentucky, has reached a $12

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John Wall apologizes after video of gang signs

Wizards guard John Wall appeared in a viral video throwing up gang signs and holding up a red bandana. Wall: First and foremost I want to apologize to my family,

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Twist on CRISPR gene editing treats adult-onset muscular dystrophy in mice

Myotonic dystrophy type I is the most common type of adult-onset muscular dystrophy. People with the condition inherit repeated DNA segments that lead to the toxic buildup of repetitive RNA,

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Amazon to hire 100,000 more workers in its latest job spree this year

Amazon.com Inc on Monday said it is recruiting 100,000 more workers – the fourth hiring spree it has announced for the United States this year – to keep pace with

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Twitter expands misinformation rules to cover premature election results

Facebook announced similar rules last week On Thursday, Twitter announced a more detailed set of rules to combat misinformation ahead of the US election in November. Starting September 17th, the

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Parents fear the worst six weeks after son Michael Bryson vanished from Oregon campground

Six weeks have passed since Parrish and Tina Bryson’s son went missing from a campground in Oregon and they fear something terrible has happened to him. “He did not just

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