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With over 70 million family dogs in the United States, it is clear that Americans love dogs.

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‘Be very careful how you interpret things, because you’re looking at the world with a bias, whether you think you are or not.’

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The IPCC report is fill of uncertainty, of false premises, and littered with non factual assessments.

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Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, is located at the southernmost point of the Baja peninsula.

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Anyone reading the warning label on a bottle of pills knows that “use as directed” doesn’t necessarily ensure their safety.

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Every Cinco de Mayo, Americans embrace the richness of Mexican culture through parades, community events, picnics, parties and a variety of other celebrations.

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That may sound like a silly question. But if you were to take a stroll through the mind of astrophysicist Adam Frank, you might think otherwise.

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May Day, which first originated in the Northern Hemisphere during pre-Christian times, began as a celebration of spring and fertility.

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Although the jury is still out, the scales appear to be tilting in favor of an approach that involves fewer sticks and more carrots.

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The Lyrid meteor shower is the debris from the Comet Thatcher, the “parent” of the Lyrid meteors.

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