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Vehicle attacks: Easy success for IS, a challenge for police

Experts say attacks in which cars or trucks are driven into popular pedestrian areas present a unique challenge for law enforcement officials as they are nearly impossible to predict and easy to pull..
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A Future Farming Industry Grows In Brooklyn

BROOKLYN, New York ― Tobias Peggs is already cultivating leafy vegetables out of purple-lit shipping containers in the parking lot of an old Pfizer factory, just blocks from the projects where the..
Huffington Post

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News video: U.S. Authorities Working To Protect Citizens From Vehicle Attacks

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NEW YORK -- More than 300,000 people pass through New York’s Times Square on any given day; a tempting target where, in 2010, a terrorist failed to detonate a car bomb that could have killed scores...
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News video: Dangers of the four-day work week?

Dangers of the four-day work week? 02:24

Professor Allard Dembe from The Ohio State University has done studies on the four-day work week, which companies like Google have tested. Dembe explains why the schedule may actually be hazardous your..
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News video: Scientists Explore Link Between Stress And Macular Degeneration

Scientists Explore Link Between Stress And Macular Degeneration 00:52

Researchers are using the Perceived Stress Scale to analyze the impact of stress on the progression of age-related macular degeneration, or AMD. According to UPI, previous studies have linked AMD with..
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News video: Leaked Government Document at Odds With Trump's Travel Ban?

Leaked Government Document at Odds With Trump's Travel Ban? 01:15

A leaked draft report from the Department of Homeland Security says citizenship is unlikely to be a reliable indication of a terror threat.
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News video: An Iceberg The Size of Manhattan Just Broke Off

An Iceberg The Size of Manhattan Just Broke Off 01:06

An iceberg roughly 22 square miles in size is now floating in Antarctica. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.
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Day's mother has surgery, golfer thanks fans for support

(Reuters) - Jason Day’s mother, Dening, is resting comfortably following surgery for lung cancer on Friday at the Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio, the Day family said in a..
Reuters

The tell-tale signs you're having a baby girl

the tell-tale signs you're having a baby girl
According to experts from Ohio State University, chemical reactions in the body provide a mother with tell-tale signs of whether she's carrying a boy or a girl.
MailOnline

Tired of paying ridiculous amounts of money on SUPERFOODS?

tired of paying ridiculous amounts of money on superfoods?
Experts from Ohio State University recently found that the healthier a food's image, the more people expect to pay for it. Yet you can get the same nutrients as those in superfoods for a cheap price.
MailOnline

Could wormhole tunnels really take us to another galaxy?

could wormhole tunnels really take us to another galaxy?
A wormhole is a type of bridge that could form when space time is folded. While wormholes have never been observed, A researcher at Ohio State University said that they could exist.
MailOnline

Periodic table that explains where the universe came from 

periodic table that explains where the universe came from 
Professor Jennifer Johnson, an astronomer at The Ohio State University, has re-created a periodic table color-coded with the cosmic origins of all the elements.
MailOnline

Salamanders will walk nine MILES for sex, bizarre mini treadmill study finds

salamanders will walk nine miles for sex, bizarre mini treadmill study finds
Using a tiny treadmill to observe their behaviour, researchers at Ohio State University found that the tireless creatures can walk for more than two hours straight without wearing themselves out.
MailOnline

Myth of the pricier option: We think food's healthier if it costs more (when usually it's not) 

myth of the pricier option: we think food's healthier if it costs more (when usually it's not) 
Superfoods championed by 'lifestyle gurus' like Gwyneth Paltrow usually come with a super price tag. But a new study by Ohio State University has debunked that myth.
MailOnline

Date nights really ARE more fun when they are spontaneous

date nights really are more fun when they are spontaneous
Scheduling leisure time activities too strictly can turn them into chores, a study has found. Researchers from Ohio State University found that people enjoy 'roughly planned' events more (stock image).
MailOnline

Ohio lawmakers approve college campus concealed-carry bill

CLEVELAND (Reuters) - Lawmakers in Ohio approved a bill on Friday that opens the way for licensed gun owners to carry concealed weapons on college campuses, less than two weeks after a man injured 11..
Reuters

Ex American astronaut John Glenn dies aged 95

ex american astronaut john glenn dies aged 95
John Glenn passed away on Thursday afternoon surrounded by family at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, over a week after he was first hospitalized.
MailOnline

Former U.S. astronaut, Senator John Glenn dead at 95: Columbus Dispatch

(Reuters) - Former U.S. astronaut and Senator John Glenn died on Thursday at age 95 at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, the Columbus Dispatch newspaper reported.
Reuters

John Glenn dead: Senator who became one of first ever astronauts and then oldest man in space

john glenn dead: senator who became one of first ever astronauts and then oldest man in space
The American senator has passed away at the aged of 95 at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus
Daily Record

Regular doses of ibuprofen 'lowers smokers' risk of lung cancer by 48%'

regular doses of ibuprofen 'lowers smokers' risk of lung cancer by 48%'
Researchers at Ohio State University have found clear evidence that ibuprofen - taken in small doses at regular intervals - can dispel much of the inflammation that leads to tumors in the lungs.
MailOnline


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