Kiwi superstar Lydia Ko takes back seat

Kiwi superstar Lydia Ko takes back seat

The next time you see Lydia Ko on the leaderboard, you might see a different one – because the New Zealander, who has dominated the LPGA Tour for the last five years, is taking…

How a funeral home is looking to fight suicides

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How a funeral home is looking to fight suicides

By Melissa Lovato, CNN • Updated 26th December 2020 (CNN) — Michael Hutchence, of INXS fame, died in November 1997 of a drug overdose. He was 40. Hundreds of thousands of mourners gathered for…

Fifteen Years Too Soon: FDA Approves HIV Drug for Teens

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Fifteen Years Too Soon: FDA Approves HIV Drug for Teens

The FDA cleared the adult-recommended dosage on April 15. Not everyone is ready to pop the pill. In an e-mail interview, Michael Schwartz, a medical student who participated in The Hidden Crisis of HIV…

Taiwan scrambles jets to meet Chinese jets in island dispute

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Taiwan scrambles jets to meet Chinese jets in island dispute

BEIJING — Taiwan scrambled jets and scrambled two K-2A assault helicopters Sunday to engage Chinese J-11B fighters, as Defense Minister Feng Shih-kuan met a cross-strait senior military delegation in Beijing. Last year, China’s military…

OPEC declares oil production cuts to remain intact after

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OPEC declares oil production cuts to remain intact after

OPEC Plus: December Oil Market Update OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — OPEC says it is sticking to plans to keep oil output unchanged beyond March after recent results in negotiations with several non-OPEC producers prove…

Historian Marjoleine Kars wins McGill history prize

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Historian Marjoleine Kars wins McGill history prize

Professor Marjoleine Kars’ A History of The US after WW II published in Farrar, Straus and Giroux has been named the winner of the McGill-run Cundill History Prize. The $10,000 Cundill History Prize is…