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Jesse Martínez's dark eyes lock on yours when he greets you at the church door. He seems to study your words carefully. Then someone yells for... [Read More]
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In 2017, small businesses were impacted by 113,000 incidents of macro malware, according to a SCORE study. [Read More]
The Gila River Indian Community, the state Department of Transportation and the Maricopa Association of Governments have agreed to embark on a study of potential... [Read More]
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THE WORST! This study just confirms what most Bay Area drivers already knew. [Read More]
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A feasibility study, the first-ever for this technology in the U.S., released Wednesday determined that a hyperloop route from St. Louis to Kansas City along... [Read More]
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The National Institute on Drug Abuse is again investing in the Jackson Lab, this time to study if genetics or microbes in a person's gut... [Read More]
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A new study shows Kansas City to St. Louis would be an ideal place to launch the first Hyperloop in the United States. [Read More]
People are leaving LA, Chicago, New York, Miami, D.C. and San Jose, in droves, for places with cheaper housing. A Rent Cafe study on Affordable Migration in... [Read More]
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With the designation, St. Louis sits squarely in the middle... [Read More]
Fall marks the beginning of flu season and the return of people explaining why they decide to get - or forgo - the flu vaccine.... [Read More]
Study suggests that a judge's irrigation ban will not impact water levels. [Read More]
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Every year, more than a million people get knee and hip replacements in the U.S. and soon they'll be able to track their recovering using... [Read More]
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GRANTS PASS, Ore. —  Riverside Park could be expanding its services for new development. On Monday, the city council tossed around ideas for future development that... [Read More]
Backers of the transportation line that would take people across the state in a half-hour say it's feasible, but don't release the study. [Read More]
NEW YORK– Can a burger give you nightmares? That's what the Burger King brand set out to prove with an unusual research study on its latest Halloween burger,... [Read More]
A new study says more tornadoes are spinning up along the Mississippi River and farther east, increasing risk to higher-populated areas of the U.S. Scientists... [Read More]
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Virginia J. Howard, Ph.D.Getting too little or too much sleep may affect stroke risk in men differently based on their race, according to a new... [Read More]
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Imagine being able to travel from St. Louis to Kansas City in 30 minutes, compared to the typical four-hour drive. Back in January, the Missouri... [Read More]
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