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Number of Zika cases in Puerto Rico on the rise as virus claims first U.S. victim

Puerto Rico has been hit harder by the Zika outbreak than anywhere else in the U.S., as some 570 people have been diagnosed with the virus, including 48 pregnant women. 211 more words

Arts And Culture
The Niburu Planet X System and Its Potential Impacts on Our Solar System By Joachim Hagopian

Speculating and theorizing about the existence of yet undiscovered planets in our solar system has been bounced around for centuries. 3,258 more words

Current Affairs

Christa Couture lightens up

Tom Harrison 
Postmedia 

Christa Couture had to lighten up.

It’s impossible to discuss her provocative and personal music without putting it into context. She has witnessed her two children die at different times; cancer in her left leg left her standing, barely, with a prosthetic replacement. 362 more words

Local Arts

The Right Chemistry: The quest for beautiful skin

“All the carnall beauty of my wife is but skin deep,” wrote Thomas Overbury in his 1613 poem, A Wife, with the message being that attractiveness had no relation to inner beauty. 977 more words

Columnists

MORE TIGERS POACHED SO FAR THIS YEAR THAN IN 2015: CENSUS

The Wildlife Protection Society of India said 28 tigers had been poached by April 26, three more than last year 202 more words

NEWS

CrossTalk Debate on Climate Change

The media coverage of Superstorm Sandy was 24/7. However, there was little mention of climate change. Why is this? And why didn’t Obama or Romney mention climate change at all in the three TV debates despite a summer of record temperatures, historic drought and wildfires in the US? 31 more words