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Phys Ed: How Meditation Might Help Your Winter Workouts
(November 10 03:09) Nytimes.com
Some simple techniques might shore up our commitment to being physically active as the seasons change.
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She Was Loyal to Chris Christie. Now She Faces Jail Time for Bridgegate.
Bridget Anne Kelly is scheduled to be sentenced on Wednesday for her role in the scandal that involved closing lanes to the George Washington Bridge as political payback.
Sri Lanka’s Muslims Face an Angry Backlash
The country had little history of Christian-Muslim violence, but when Muslim extremists bombed churches on Easter Sunday, everything changed.
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The terrorist threat persists in Sri Lanka.
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U.S. and Afghan Forces Are Killing More Civilians Than Insurgents Do, U.N. Says
Afghan civilian deaths attributed to pro-government forces rose in the first quarter of this year even as overall civilian casualties dropped.
(April 24 14:38) Nytimes.com
Scientists Create Speech From Brain Signals
A prosthetic voice decodes what the brain intends to say and generates (mostly) understandable speech, no muscle movement needed.
Democrats Ask and Trump Says No, Signaling a Bitter Fight Ahead
The administration’s refusals to provide documents and testimony to Democrats could lead to clashes in court as the president seeks to stave off inquiries into his personal and political matters. ...
(April 24 08:18) Nytimes.com
Sri Lanka Calls Bombers ‘Well Educated’ Amid Warnings That Threat Remains
A Sri Lankan official said the mastermind of the Easter Sunday attacks was among the nine suicide bombers.
(April 24 18:42) Nytimes.com
Made in China, Exported to the World: The Surveillance State
In Ecuador, cameras across the country send footage to monitoring centers to be examined by police and domestic intelligence. The surveillance system’s origin: China.
(April 24 18:59) Nytimes.com
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