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Great Cooking Does Not Need To Be A Mystery

The ability to cook is one of the most handy skills. It can be said that everybody likes a delicious home-cooked meal. It’s also safe to say that some people

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Lamar Jackson cramping, questionable to return

Lamar Jackson left for the locker room in the third quarter as the Browns were driving for what turned into a touchdown. The Ravens quarterback has leg cramps, according to

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New combination therapy could help fight difficult-to-treat cancers with common mutations

Scientists have long known that therapies that target the cancer-driving MAPK pathway are only effective in a handful of cancers with specific mutations in a cancer gene called BRAF, and

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Boeing inspecting 787 fuselages for previously disclosed defects

Boeing Co quality inspections related to previously disclosed production flaws in its 787 Dreamliner found the same issue in other parts of the jet, the company said on Monday. Boeing

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Former employees say Apple stood by while suppliers violated Chinese labor laws

Apple has been complicit in its suppliers’ violations of Chinese labor laws, according to a report from The Information. Suppliers have periodically filled their factories with temporary workers or “dispatch

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Orlando Police Officers Donate And Deliver Christmas Gifts To Hundreds Of Kids In Need

Police officers in Orlando surprised more than 200 children in need with Christmas presents on Saturday. The Orlando Police Department collected the names of children in need from local churches,

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Monday Night Football: Justin Tucker 55-yard field goal lifts Ravens to wild win over Browns

Justin Tucker converted a 55-yard field goal with two seconds left to play as the Baltimore Ravens earned a wild 47-42 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Monday night. A

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Researchers discover clue to how to protect neurons and encourage their growth

Many neurodegenerative conditions, from glaucoma to Alzheimer’s disease, are characterized by injury to axons—the long, slender projections that conduct electrical impulses from one nerve cell to another, facilitating cellular communications.

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VW CEO Diess stays to lead new executive team but no contract extension

Volkswagen’s supervisory board on Monday said Chief Executive Herbert Diess had its full support as he leads a new executive team to transform the German automaker but stopped short of

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Samsung’s Galaxy S21 will reportedly launch on January 14th

Samsung’s next flagship smartphone lineup, the Galaxy S21 series, will launch globally on January 14th, Android Authority is reporting. The date was revealed by Samsung’s largest mobile experience store in

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