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The Latest: GOP senator 'appalled' by Trump's tweet on Ford
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and a woman accusing him of sexually assaulting her decades ago (all times local):. 2:20 p.m.. Sen. Susan Collins says she's "appalled" by President Donald Trump's tweet ...
Donald Trump attacks professor who accused his Supreme Court pick of sex attackMetro
Trump challenges Kavanaugh accuser over account of sex attackTimesLIVE
California Sen. Kamala Harris Stands Behind Brett Kavanaugh AccuserEssence
Center For American Progress -Allure Magazine -Knoxville News Sentinel -Refinery29
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Lessons From the 2018 Digital Mortgage Conference – Part I
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“If you don't view yourself as a technology company that does mortgages, you're missing it.”—Bill Emerson, Vice Chairman, Quicken Loans. That quote encapsulated this week's third annual Digital Mortgage Conference in Las Vegas. To compete in the next ...

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Liam McIlvanney wins Scottish crime fiction award named after his father
The Guardian
Prize renamed in 2016 to honour the late 'godfather of tartan noir' William McIlvanney goes to his son for The Quaker, based on the Bible John murders. Guardian staff. Fri 21 Sep 2018 14.05 EDT Last modified on Fri 21 Sep 2018 14.07 EDT. Share on ...
Liam McIlvanney wins Scottish crime book of the year awardBBC News
Liam McIlvanney wins crime writing award named in honour of fatherThe Scotsman
Liam McIlvanney wins Scottish crime ebook of the yr awardNews Egypt (press release) (blog)

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Want to exercise but can't get off the couch? Study says our brains are wired to be lazy
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VANCOUVER, B.C. -- Laying on the couch is too easy, getting to the gym is a struggle. Sound like you? “The population is actually becoming more inactive,” says Matt Boisgontier. The University of British Columbia researcher and his team began observing ...
You really, really want to go to the gym but still avoid it. New research may explain why.Washington Post
Our brains are wired to be lazy, claims new studyDaily News & Analysis

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Search for missing Otago man comes up empty
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The search for a missing man in south Otago will continue on Saturday morning, after Friday's efforts came up empty. Ian Marshall, in his 60s, hasn't been seen since Thursday morning. There was a suspected sighting on Thursday evening. He's believed to ...

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Stay away from 1080 drop, protesters told
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1080 protesters are being asked to respect a legal ruling allowing an aerial drop in Auckland's Hunua Ranges. The Environment Court has given it the go-ahead, despite resistance from The Friends of Sherwood Trust. Auckland Council parks general ...

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Scientist Identifies Mysterious Fossils as the Oldest Animals on Earth
ExtremeTech
Life took root on Earth not long after the surface cooled following the late heavy bombardment period, but it was stuck at the level of single-cell life for billions of years. The division between simple microscopic organisms and complex animals is ...
This Enigmatic Blob Was One of Earth's Earliest AnimalsNational Geographic

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Sacking Michael Cheika would only give the Wallabies a sugar hit
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Wallabies coach Michael Cheika watches his players warm up before their loss to Argentina. OPINION: Michael Cheika is sackable. Despite what Rugby Australia might be saying publicly it is understood there are conditions that would cause them to put a ...

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