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Source: Washington Post

Meet the Russian figure skating star whose world record routine is fueled by K-pop

Tuesday 08:05 GMT

Like other successful athletes, Russian figure skating star Evgenia Medvedeva lists her athletic accomplishments on the bios of her social media accounts.

Bradie Tennell’s error-free Olympic debut keeps U.S. alive in team figure skating. ‘The whole thing could just pop off’: South Korean figure skater battles wardrobe malfunction

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Source: The Guradian

The EPA debunked Administrator Pruitt’s latest climate misinformation

Tuesday 10:51 GMT

Here’s what the EPA website said about that a year ago, before Pruitt got a hold of it as part of the Trump Administration’s systematic deletion of government climate change websites:. To support this statement, the EPA referenced the latest IPCC report.

The EPA website likewise tackled this one, until Pruitt got his hands on it:. The EPA’s Climate Change Indicators page likewise lists a number of dangerous climate change consequences.

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Source: BBC

Why do people get 'hangry' like Chloe Kim?

Wednesday 21:52 GMT

Here's Dr Michael Knight, assistant professor of medicine at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

"When we eat a meal, our body breaks down the food into nutrients such as glucose - a simple sugar that our body uses for energy," he says. Here's Dr Michael Knight, assistant professor of medicine at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

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Source: The Guradian

Black Panther film fuels calls for release of jailed political activists

Saturday 11:47 GMT

The Afrofuturist film has sparked renewed calls from attorneys, families and civil rights leaders for the release of more than a dozen incarcerated former members of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense (BPP), the radical group founded in 1966 in Oakland, California.

This weekend, his advocacy group is gathering outside movie theaters across New York City to educate crowds at sold-out screenings of Black Panther about the real-life Black Panthers who fought for black liberation in the 1960s and 1970s – some of whom have also been fighting for their own freedom from incarceration for decades.


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