Monthly Archive: June 2017

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Sinkhole opens up in front of Donald Trump’s seaside estate

A sinkhole has opened up in front of Donald Trump’s Florida beachside estate, Mar-a-Lago. The hole appeared on the road just outside the National Historic Landmark in Palm Beach, where the Trump Organisation operates a private club. The Palm Beach Post reported that the 1m radius...

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Trump optimistic about healthcare bill’s fate

US President Donald Trump has said he believes the Senate healthcare bill will “get over the line” and secure the votes it needs to pass. A vote on the bill was postponed on Tuesday as Republican leadership seek to persuade rebels to back the plan....

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How lack of sleep affects the brain

Scientists in Canada have launched what is set to become the world’s largest study of the effects of lack of sleep on the brain. A team, at Western University, Ontario, want people from all over the world to sign up online to do cognitive tests....

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Tax software blamed for cyber-attack spread

A global cyber-attack that affected companies around the world may have started via corrupted updates on a piece of accountancy software. Fingers are increasingly pointing to a piece of Ukrainian tax-filing software, MEDoc, as the source of the infection, although the company denies it. Malware...

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Parents Also Get Abused By Their Children

Hi ALL! Sometime ago I wrote about women being abused and suggested you “knock on that door” when you hear abuse taking place next door in order to stop the abuse in its tracks! I got letters telling me that husbands also get abused by...

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Painter’s body to be exhumed for paternity suit

A judge in Madrid has ordered the exhumation of the body of Spanish artist Salvador Dalí to get samples for a paternity suit. A Spanish woman, born in 1956, said her mother, a maid, had a clandestine affair with the painter in 1955. In ordering...