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EPA Didn’t Tell Residents About Gas Risks: Report

photo of towers on factory

Brenda Goodman is a senior news writer for WebMD. Andy Miller is editor and CEO of Georgia Health News. April 1, 2020 — A new government report has rebuked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for failing to tell residents about the health risks they face by living near …

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His Immune System Went Out of Whack. The Usual Treatment Didn’t Work. Why?

His Immune System Went Out of Whack. The Usual Treatment Didn’t Work. Why?

Jagasia was concerned that although G.V.H.D. was the most likely diagnosis, it might not be the right one. The patient had already been tested for the usual infections seen in immune-suppressed patients. So he looked for other possible causes of the patient’s diarrhea. He didn’t find any. The patient lost …

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Kyrie Irving didn’t single-handedly get Kenny Atkinson fired, but his fingerprints are all over Nets’ drama

Kyrie Irving didn't single-handedly get Kenny Atkinson fired, but his fingerprints are all over Nets' drama

The Brooklyn Nets fired coach Kenny Atkinson on Saturday morning. You’re hearing the normal euphemisms, of course, that they “parted ways” and even that the decision was a “mutual” one between Atkinson and the team, particularly general manager Sean Marks. Frame it how you want. They fired him. And Kyrie …

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Sanders Is Behind With Black Voters. He Didn’t Fix That in Flint.

Sanders Is Behind With Black Voters. He Didn’t Fix That in Flint.

FLINT, Mich. — Cornel West pleaded with his “own black people” to support Senator Bernie Sanders. An African-American pediatrician praised Mr. Sanders’s health care plans, describing how “black lives matter so much” to the senator. And community activists assailed Mr. Sanders’s rival, former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., attacking …

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Report: Kenny Atkinson Didn’t Want to Coach Nets’ Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving | Bleacher Report

Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving (11) and head coach Kenny Atkinson, left, stand on the court in the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Memphis Grizzlies, Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019, in Memphis, Tenn. (AP Photo/Brandon Dill)

Brandon Dill/Associated Press Kenny Atkinson was looking for an exit and received his wish when he and the Brooklyn Nets agreed to part ways Saturday. According to Yahoo Sports’ Vincent Goodwill, Atkinson struggled to mesh with the team’s two biggest offseason acquisitions, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant. Goodwill’s sources said the coach “wasn’t …

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Colin and Gary Lewin: ‘Wenger didn’t praise often but you knew when he knew’ | Football

Gary Lewin holds back Ian Wright in an altercation with Peter Schmeichel.

Gary Lewin is looking back at a balancing act of risk and reward that, in no small way, helped Arsenal to their greatest night of all. “Micky Thomas, 1989,” he says. “He’d come off injured against Wimbledon and had a fitness test the day before we went to Anfield. I …

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Defiant Harvey Weinstein in custody: ‘I didn’t sexually assault anyone and I didn’t rape anyone’

Defiant Harvey Weinstein in custody: 'I didn’t sexually assault anyone and I didn’t rape anyone'

An unrepentant Harvey Weinstein remained in custody at New York’s Bellevue Hospital Wednesday — urging his team to keep fighting for him and awaiting possible transfer to Riker’s Island, a spokesman and one of his attorneys told ABC News in separate interviews. “When I saw him yesterday, I was not …

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‘I didn’t know where to run’: Chelsea’s Champions League win over Bayern revisited | Football

The two teams walk out before kick-off.

When Chelsea take on Bayern Munich in the Champions League last 16, first leg on Tuesday it will recall their meeting in the 2012 final, the most glorious night in their history. It had not been an easy season for Chelsea, who had made Roberto Di Matteo caretaker manager after …

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“They didn’t like a joke I told.”

"They didn't like a joke I told."

Bloomberg Is the Crisis, Not the Cure The Democrats’ Inexcusable Ignorance on Mexico William Barr and the Fall of the DOJ The Senseless Danger of the Military’s New “Low-Yield” Nuclear Warhead For the first time since the primary began, we finally have a debate that is a true joy to …

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Why do people confess to crimes they didn’t commit?

Why do people confess to crimes they didn't commit?

The confession has been called the king of evidence, as good as a conviction. And so it seems incredulous that innocent people would incriminate themselves by confessing to something they didn’t actually do.  But more than 300 men and women, after spending months, years, even decades in U.S. prisons, have …

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