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Day: October 3, 2018

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The weak science behind standing desks

The weak science behind standing desksThe average American spends half their day sitting, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Much of our sitting time takes place at work, where we are glued to our computers as cogs in the post-farming, post-factory economy. Read The Full Article Here
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Opinion: No country is immune from climate change

Opinion: No country is immune from climate changeThe catastrophic recent weather events in the United States, Asia and elsewhere have once again shown that the world is in the midst of a climate crisis of our own making. While countries like ours are on the front lines of the worst impacts to come, these events remind us that no country is immune. Read The Full Article Here
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Opinion: What exactly is Flake looking for?

Opinion: What exactly is Flake looking for?I have defended people charged in serious sexual assault cases for more than 20 years. Such cases can be challenging to prosecute and difficult to defend. It is common, and somewhat frustrating to me as a defense lawyer, that many are based entirely on the testimony of the alleged victim. Read The Full Article Here
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Analysis: GOP goes to war on the accusers

Analysis: GOP goes to war on the accusersWhen President Donald Trump shelved his deference to Christine Blasey Ford and went on offense against her Tuesday night at a campaign rally in Mississippi, it sounded new and jarring. Read The Full Article Here
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ABBAs Dancing Queen saved the day

ABBA's 'Dancing Queen' saved the dayGiven that her previous annual speech to members of her party was an unmitigated disaster for Theresa May, the bar for this year was pretty low. Read The Full Article Here