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SEE IT: Donald Trump’s clone is a female potato farmer

Meet #SenoraTrump. A Spanish potato farmer named Dolores Leis Antelo has become a social media sensation thanks to her remarkable resemblance to Donald Trump. The likeness between the President and Antelo, who’s married and lives in Cabana de Bergantiños in northwestern Spain, became known thanks ...

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A pop-up pizza museum is opening in New York this fall

The Museum of Pizza — an interactive experience dedicated to everyone’s favorite cheesy, saucy carb — is opening its doors in New York City this October. The yet-to-be-revealed location is touting itself as “a space to bask in multi-sensory, psychedelic pizza joy” where each guest will be ...

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Early breast cancer may be detected through breath, urine tests 

“Breast cancer survival is strongly tied to the sensitivity of tumor detection,” co-author of the study, Yehuda Zeiri said in a release. “Accurate methods for detecting smaller, earlier tumors remains a priority (and) our new approach utilizing urine and exhaled breath samples, analyzed with inexpensive, commercially available processes, is non-invasive, ...

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140 children killed in mass sacrifice 500 years ago

More than 140 children were ritually slaughtered in Peru more than 500 years ago, reported National Geographic. Described as “the largest single incidence of mass child sacrifice in the Americas — and likely world history —” the remains suggest that many of the boys and girls had ...

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Super heroes transform into Lego sculptures in Paris

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The Brain Science Is In: Students’ Emotional Needs Matter

Commentary What the neuro-, cognitive, and behavioral research says about social-emotional learning By Jim Shelton Among policy elites and pundits in education, the urgency to improve academic achievement has stoked a raging debate. On one side are those who prioritize rigorous cognitive and academic development; on the other, those who ...

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