New Mexico: A land enchanted by chile peppers

In New Mexico, chile isn’t just a vegetable. It’s practically a religion. It inspires devotion among worshipers who blend it into everything from to beer to fudge to spa treatments. A statewide trail pays homage to the green chile cheeseburger. … Continue reading


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Beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites

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Sexiest swim-up bars in the Caribbean

At some point during your Caribbean getaway, after sailing the high seas, frolicking on the beach and scuba diving alongside turtles, chances are you’ll want to plop down at the bar for a cocktail or three. Or, perhaps bellying up … Continue reading


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Palestinian Prisoners Denied the Right to Education

Palestinian Prisoners Denied the Right to Education The right of children and youth to education, including those who are imprisoned, is enshrined in inter- national human rights law, specifically Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article … Continue reading


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How early is too early for education?

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Education Activists Wary of Latest School Funding Bill

In Juneau, the latest version of the education funding bill emerged today, and it isn’t what school advocates were hoping for. Senate Finance co-chairman Kevin Meyer says it’s a comprehensive bill that would add $100 million to education, and he … Continue reading


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Drug Shortages Threaten US Anti-TB Efforts (Op-Ed)

Erica Lessem, assistant director for TB/HIV at Treatment Action Group (TAG), contributed this article to Live Science’s Expert Voices: Op-Ed Insights. Shortages of essential medicines increasingly pose a challenge to healthcare in the United States, with the number of shortages … Continue reading


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Defining the ‘Waters of the United States’ (Op-Ed)

Greg Munson is the former General Counsel and Deputy Secretary at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. He is now a shareholder in the environmental and land use practice group of the Gunster law firm, and working in Tallahassee, Fla. … Continue reading


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NASA robotic spacecraft ends mission with crash into the moon

By Irene Klotz CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – A robotic U.S. spacecraft ended a pioneering mission to map dust and gases around the moon with a planned, kamikaze crash into the lunar surface early on Friday, NASA officials said. The … Continue reading


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SpaceX rocket lifts off for space station cargo run

By Irene Klotz CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – An unmanned Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Friday to deliver a cargo capsule to the International Space Station for NASA. The 208-foot-tall (63-meter-tall) … Continue reading


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