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Make healthy yogurts, kefirs, protein shakes, and more with this Probiotic Maker

It may surprise you to learn that the bacteria in your body outnumber the native cells by as much as 10-to-1. That means you could have any many as 300 trillion bacteria living inside you at any given moment.  While the thought of living cells that aren't your own flooded throughout your body is likely an anxiety-inducing idea, the reality isn't quite so sinister. — Read the rest
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Russell Westbrook's triple-doubles put him in class with Wilt Chamberlain, Oscar Robertson

Westbrook, one of the most scrutinized, under-appreciated All-Stars, ties Oscar Robertson's triple-double record.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Volleyball on Bondi and Tamarama beaches under review after complaints of risk to beachgoers

Waverley Council reconsidering popular practice, which could lead to new restrictions, a reduction in nets or a ban on the sportAustralia’s most famous beaches may restrict volleyball following complaints the sport poses a risk to other beachgoers.Informal games of beach volleyball are a regular sight at Sydney’s Bondi and Tamarama beaches, which allow three and four nets respectively. Continue reading...
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Miley Cyrus and ‘Saturday Night Live’ Moms Open Mother’s Day Episode

Miley Cyrus opened the May 8 episode of “Saturday Night Live” with a song dedicated to “all the moms out there.” Taking place the night before Mother’s Day, this episode has historically been treated as a Mother’s Day episode, with special songs and sketches dedicated to and often featuring cast members’ mothers. This cold open […]
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Chinese rocket debris crashes back to Earth, plunging into Indian ocean – state media

The core of the Long March 5B rocket has been losing altitude since last week, and is one of the largest pieces of space debris to return to EarthThe remnants of China’s largest rocket have plummeted back to Earth, plunging into the Indian ocean near the Maldives, according to Chinese state media.Most of the debris burned up in the atmosphere, it reported, citing the Chinese Manned Space Engineering office. Continue reading...
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NSW extends Covid restrictions as ‘missing link’ in Sydney outbreak eludes authorities

State reports no community transmission, but masks to remain mandatory on public transport• NSW Covid restrictions Sydney: what you can and can’t do on Mother’s Day weekend • Covid NSW hotspots: list and map of Sydney case locationsNew South Wales will extend most of its Covid-19 restrictions for another week as it struggles to identify the missing link between a quarantine case and the recent, small outbreak.The state has again not reported any further community transmission, recording zero cas...
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GOP Reportedly Hid Trump’s Weak Numbers At MAGA-Supporting Lawmaker Retreats

Internal data reveal Trump could be a risky bet for GOP leadership.
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Alleged Isis recruiter Mohamed Zuhbi arrested on return to Australia

Sydney man charged with terrorism offences after he allegedly travelled to Turkey in 2013 and on to Syria, where police say he recruited foreign fighters for IsisA 30-year-old Sydney man who is alleged to be an Islamic State recruiter has been arrested and charged with terrorism offences upon his return to Australia.Mohamed Zuhbi arrived in Melbourne on a flight from Turkey about 4pm on Saturday and was taken into custody by counterterrorism authorities at the airport. Continue reading...
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Australia: Ending a commercial lease early – what rights does a tenant have? - Bartier Perry

When parties enter into a valid lease, they are generally bound by the obligations under the lease, for the agreed term.
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Neanderthal remains unearthed in Italian cave

Researchers believe the nine unlucky individuals may have been hunted and killed by hyenas.
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Australia: Corrs Projects Update special edition: Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) - Corrs Chambers Westgarth

This edition of Corrs Projects Update examines the delivery of major projects and looks at some innovative forms of PPPs.
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Myanmar junta labels opposition government of ousted MPs a ‘terrorist’ group

Coup leaders ban opposition national unity government, and contact with them, as they seek to quell ongoing protests Myanmar’s military rulers have branded a national unity government formed by MPs forced to flee in the wake of the coup a terrorist group and blamed it for bombings, arson and killings as part of a propaganda campaign in state-controlled media on Saturday.Myanmar’s army overthrew the elected government on 1 February and detained elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi, sparking months of ...
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Opinion: The growing problem of space junk

More than 3 million years ago, members of an unknown hominin species sat on a river bank at the site of Lomekwi, in what is now Kenya, and made a set of stone tools for their daily tasks. Only a trained eye can distinguish the detritus they left behind from naturally broken rocks. In the intervening millennia, human trash has grown in complexity and quantity, introducing novel materials like plastics and metal alloys. What humans discard is fodder for archaeologists, but it's also an environment...
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Opinion: The Earth's atmosphere is becoming a landfill for the space industry

More than 3 million years ago, members of an unknown hominin species sat on a river bank at the site of Lomekwi, in what is now Kenya, and made a set of stone tools for their daily tasks. Only a trained eye can distinguish the detritus they left behind from naturally broken rocks. In the intervening millennia, human trash has grown in complexity and quantity, introducing novel materials like plastics and metal alloys. What humans discard is fodder for archaeologists, but it's also an environment...
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Evacuations Lifted As Wildfire Fully Contained In Rural Area North Of Chico

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The Chinese policy that makes Uyghurs feel like hostages in their own homes

The home stay program is part of a broader crackdown on Uyghurs and ethnic minorities in Xinjiang that the US and other nations have called "genocide," an accusation that China angrily rejects.
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Russell Westbrook ties Oscar Robertson's NBA record with 181st career triple-double

Russell Westbrook tied Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson's longstanding NBA record with his 181st career triple-double.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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NSW Covid restrictions extended as authorities yet to find ‘missing link’ in Sydney outbreak

State again reports no community transmission, recording zero cases in the 24 hours to 8pm Saturday • NSW Covid restrictions Sydney: what you can and can’t do on Mother’s Day weekend • Covid NSW hotspots: list and map of Sydney and regional coronavirus case locationsNew South Wales will extend most of its Covid-19 restrictions for another week as it struggles to identify the missing link between a quarantine case and the recent, small outbreak.The state has again not reported any further communi...
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At least 90 injured in 2nd day of clashes between Israeli police and Palestinians in Jerusalem, Palestinian Red Crescent says

At least 90 people were injured as Palestinians and Israeli police clashed in Jerusalem for a second night Saturday, according to the Palestinian Red Crescent.
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NYPD: Two women and a 4-year-old girl wounded in Times Square shooting

Two women and a 4-year-old girl, believed to be innocent bystanders, were wounded in a shooting at New York's Times Square on Saturday, according to New York police.
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Two women and a 4-year-old girl wounded in Times Square shooting, NYPD says

Two women and a 4-year-old girl, believed to be innocent bystanders, were wounded in a shooting at New York's Times Square on Saturday, according to New York police.
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2 Homes Damaged In Elk Grove Fire

ELK GROVE (CBS13) – Firefighters battled a blaze in Elk Grove that burned two homes Saturday afternoon, according to the Cosumnes Fire Department. The fire was reported at around 4:15 p.m. along Bella Vista Way. According to officials, one of the homes was fully involved in flames while the other sustained some damage. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Crews from Folsom and Sacramento assisted in the firefight. No injuries were reported.
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Australia: Rape or sexual assault? What is the correct legal term in New South Wales? - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

The common law offence of rape has been abolished, while the number of sexual offences in New South Wales has increased.
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Akala: Why we need more black, working class period drama

Akala speaks to Radio 1 Newsbeat about filling the gaps in historical fiction.
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Kenneth who? How Africans are forgetting their history

When Zambia's founding president celebrated his 97th birthday, some people had never heard of him.
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'I thought strokes only happened to elderly people'

Three young stroke survivors share their stories to help raise awareness.
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Australia: Financial Services Compliance: Save or Spend? - Holley Nethercote

We've set out a few thoughts on the compliance areas your business should spend on, and some areas where you could save.
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Controversial Arizona Recounters Won’t Pound On Voters’ Doors After DOJ Complaint

Interrogating people about their votes "can have a significant intimidating effect on qualified voters," warned the DOJ.
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The pandemic shut down her chateau. Then she became a YouTube star

What do you get when you put a former opera singer, two ex-boyfriends, her French mother, an adopted Scottish brother, a Dutch tango instructor, a Norwegian flower designer and a cheery Argentine house manager together into a sprawling 40-room French chateau?
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