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Cecil the Lion Graces the Empire State Building

Sky-gazers roaming around New York City may have noticed some unusual visitors at the Empire State Building on Saturday night: huge projections of manta rays, tigers, snow leopards, bears and even the recently fallen Cecil, the lion slayed by an American dentist, on the skyscraper’s southern facade. 43 more words

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What is the Internet?

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The ever important question. What exactly is the internet? This was one of the questions asked in our class on Tuesday and truthfully it’s such a difficult question to answer. 290 more words

Inside Out: Sadness makes me happy

The film that personifies emotions has been a wild success, it was a handful of sold out shows before I was finally able to get myself a seat. 1,580 more words

Blog Post #6: When Drug Addicts Work in Hospitals, No One is Safe

Blog Post #6: When Drug Addicts Work in Hospitals, No One is Safe by Kurt Eichenwald for Newsweek Published on June 18, 2015

Synopsis: David Kwiatkowski, a certified radiologist, tells his tales of how he stole drugs, specifically opiates, from the various hospitals he worked at. 294 more words

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Newsweek Puts More Than 40 Pittsburgh Docs On Top Cancer Doctors List

Pittsburgh is home to dozens of the best cancer doctors in the country.

Newsweek is publishing a list of the top cancer doctors as part of its special health issue. 33 more words

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'Newsweek' Banned From Theater Shooting Trial After Naming Juror On Twitter

CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) – A judge banned Newsweek magazine from attending the rest of Aurora theater shooting trial after it identified a juror on social media. 123 more words

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