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Karine Jean-Pierre, 44, the first black woman and openly gay person to become the White House press secretary, was sexually abused as a child by an older male cousin.

Biden’s new press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was sexually abused by an older male cousin

President Joe Biden’s new press secretary was sexually abused by an older male cousin as a child and allegedly hid in an attic to avoid it, according to his memoirs. Karine Jean-Pierre, 44, the first black woman and openly gay person to become the White House press secretary, recounted the trauma she faced in her …

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Dr David Sabatini, 54, is claiming unemployment after being forced to resign following allegations of sexually assaulting a younger colleague

MIT scientist who collects unemployment after being fired for a consensual relationship with colleague

An MIT biology professor once nominated for a Nobel Prize is instead claiming unemployment after being fired when a younger colleague had a consensual relationship with crying abuse. Dr. David Sabatini, 54, resigned in April after an MIT investigation concluded that his resignation would be the best course of action. He had already been fired …

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Rocket launched from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) at NASA Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia in 2013. Currently, the most common missile fuels are hydrocarbon-based and are known to have a variety of negative environmental impacts, including 'soil poisoning, causing cancer and leading to acid rain production, the US team explained

The chemical used in electric car batteries could be used to create cleaner rocket fuel

A chemical used to make electric vehicle batteries could also be used to create cleaner, cheaper and more efficient rocket fuel, experts suggest. Researchers at the University of California, Riverside, looked at other uses for ammonia borane, which is used to store hydrogen in the fuel cells of electric vehicles. Currently, the most common rocket …

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The more colorful of the two species of the fish just described, Poecilocharax callipterus.  Its average size is just over an inch

Two recently discovered Amazonian fish species are endangered

Two Amazonian fish species are facing extinction due to deforestation, although they have just been discovered. In a new study, scientists described the two new fish: one with orange-red fins and the other so small that it is officially considered “miniature”. Both species inhabit the waters located in the Amazon rainforest about 25 miles north …

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Xi Jinping (pictured at a Communist Party meeting on May 10) allegedly suffers from a swollen blood vessel in his brain.  Cerebral aneurysms tend to affect adults over 40

Chinese leader Xi Jinping suffers from a brain aneurysm and will snub new medicines, reports say

Chinese leader Xi Jinping suffers from a brain aneurysm and wants to be treated with traditional medicine, reports say Bloggers speculate that the Chinese premier has a bulging blood vessel in his brain Censored social media posts suggest that Xi’s poor health has worsened since the Covid crisis He reportedly wants treatment with traditional medicine …

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A team of scientists was using AI to look for compounds that could be used to treat diseases, but they decided to

AI invented thousands of chemical weapons within hours of being commissioned by scientists

An artificial intelligence model was able to create 40,000 chemical weapons compounds in just six hours, after being commissioned by researchers. A team of scientists was using AI to look for compounds that could be used to treat diseases, and part of that is filtering out those that could kill a human. As part of …

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Police arrested three people suspected of involvement in female genital mutilation at an unregistered school in Birmingham (stock image)

Police raid an unregistered school for fear of FGM

Police raid unregistered school for fears of female genital mutilation: policemen arrest three people after finding a room with a bed and medical equipment Police arrest three of them on suspicion of involvement in female genital mutilation Officers broke into an unregistered school in Birmingham on Tuesday School inspectors found a locked room with a …

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Dr. Katherine Henderson, president of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, today admitted that it would be

NHS Ambulance Crisis: Best Emergency Doctor Would Consider TAXI To Hospital Rather Than Call 999

Dr. Katherine Henderson, president of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, admitted today that she would be “concerned” about family members who need an ambulance that can access them in “a timely manner”. A prominent emergency physician admitted today that he would consider hailing a cab or picking up a loved one who needed to …

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Hydrogen cyanide, a poisonous gas that can lead to the death of modern life, has been one of the most important molecules in the formation of RNA, according to astrobiologists at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.  Stock image

The toxic gases found in chemical weapons may have been the building blocks of life

While Earth was still bombarded with rocks from space 4.4 billion years ago, a toxic gas found in modern chemical weapons may have triggered early life. Hydrogen cyanide, a poisonous gas that can lead to the death of modern life, has been one of the most important molecules in the formation of RNA, according to …

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Elasmosaurs, known for their giraffe-like neck and snake-like head, are a genus of plesiosaurus that lived in North America during the Bell phase of the late Cretaceous, about 80.5 million years ago.

The large bodies helped extinct marine reptiles swim long-necked, the study finds

Ancient long-necked sea monsters had to evolve large bodies to rule Earth’s oceans about 200 million years ago, according to a new study. The large bodies helped extinct creatures swim at high speeds even though they had bizarre appendages that might otherwise have increased stamina and slowed them down. Larger bodies meant more muscle mass, …

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