Scientists Just Created The First Human-Pig Embryos

Human stem cells being injected into the pig embryo. Belmonte Lab An international stem cell research team announced the creation of the first human-pig embryos on Thursday, opening a new frontier in research into “chimera” mashups of human and animal tissues. The study , conducted by a team at the Salk Institute in California in collaboration with researchers in Spain, ...

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Texas Almost Bought Execution Drugs From 5 Guys Overseas Who Were Accused Of Selling Illegal Party Pills

Michelle Rial / BuzzFeed News In late January 2015, agents with India’s drug enforcement agency raided a small drug supplier operating out of a mall between a jewelry store and an ice cream shop in India’s western state of Gujarat. They arrested five men in their twenties, who Indian authorities say were selling psychotropic drugs and opioids illegally to people ...

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Democracy Alliance Raises Member Fees And Retools To Fight Trump

Pool / Getty Images The Democracy Alliance, a leading network of liberal donors, will increase its membership dues for the first time in 10 years and revise its “2020 Vision” strategy — part of a broader effort by the organization to both close its “structural budget gap” and shift attention to Donald Trump. The changes were announced by chairman John ...

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The Trump Administration’s Day One Moves Were Copied From Mitt Romney’s Playbook

Pool / Getty Images WASHINGTON — When White House press secretary Sean Spicer was asked Wednesday about a potential executive order that would revive Bush-era detention and interrogation policies, he flatly denied any knowledge of its existence. Saying it was “not a White House document,” Spicer added, “I have no idea where it came from.” But the document is one ...

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Trump Considers 20% Tax On Mexico's Imports To Pay For The Border Wall

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Thursday revealed that the Trump administration was considering a 20% tax on all imports from Mexico as a way to pay for the southern border wall.Spicer didn’t give any additional details, according to a White House pool report, but said it would be the beginning of a process that would be part of ...

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Texas Executes Man Despite Claim Of Innocence

A 43-year-old man convicted of murdering two of his former colleagues at a Subway sandwich shop in 2002 was executed Thursday, the Texas Tribune reported, despite claims that he is innocent. The Supreme Court announced it had denied Terry Edwards’ requests to halt his execution a little before 9:30 p.m. Central Time. He died less than an hour later, at ...

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Here's A Running List Of All Of President Trump's Lies

A lie isn’t just a false statement. It’s a false statement whose speaker knows it’s false. In these instances, the president — or his administration — have clear reason to know otherwise. Trump’s words: The inaugural crowd “looked honestly like a million and a half people” adding that “it went all the way back to the Washington Monument.”Lie: Aerial photos ...

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Trump Voters Think He Should Be Able To Have A Private Email Server And People Are Confused

A majority of Donald Trump voters think that their president should be allowed to have a private email server. Yes, we’re serious. View this image › A poll conducted by Public Policy Polling among people who voted for Trump found that most of them think that if he wants a private email server, that is A-OK. The poll stated that ...

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This "Sanctuary City" Mayor Just Directed Officials To Follow Trump's Immigration Order

View this image › Demonstrators in favor of immigration reform shout slogans at a rally in Miami. Lynne Sladky / AP Miami-Dade County in Florida may be the first among the nation’s so-called sanctuary cities to fold after President Donald Trump signed executive orders to crack down on local jurisdictions that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities.Public officials supportive ...

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California's Crushing Drought Is Finally Coming To An End. Here's Why

Late last week, something rare happened in Southern California: It rained for three days. The soaking set several records around the region, and helped shrike the state’s exceptional drought to its lowest level in years. As of Thursday, half of the country’s most populous state is now completely free of drought, according to the US Drought Monitor. The most extreme ...

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