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Why A Head Transplant Probably Isn’t Happening Any Time Quickly

An Italian scientist has been making headlines right after claiming that he believes he will be able to perform a successful human head transplant in just a few years. But authorities say it is unlikely the procedure will occur anytime quickly. Dr. Sergio Canavero, director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation ...

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Judge Guidelines There’s Sufficient Evidence to Charge Officers in Tamir Rice’s Death

A judge mentioned Thursday that sufficient proof exists to charge two white policemen in the fatal shooting of a 12-year-old black boy who was holding a pellet gun, a largely symbolic ruling for the reason that he can not compel prosecutors to charge them. Municipal Court Judge Ronald Adrine ruled ...

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Prison Worker Joyce Mitchell Supplied Hacksaw Blades and Chisels to Escaped New York Inmates, Court Documents Say

A prison worker offered two convicted murderers with a slew of “hazardous contraband” to help them in their dramatic bid to escape a maximum security prison in upstate New York, court documents claim. Joyce Mitchell, 51, allegedly gave Richard Matt and David Sweat hacksaw blades, chisels, a punch and screwdriver ...

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Charges Against 3rd Man in Alleged Boston Terror Plot Revealed

The third man allegedly linked to a Boston terror plot to attack policeman has been charged with conspiracy to help ISIS, federal authorities announced now. Nicholas Rovinski, who was arrested Thursday evening in Rhode Island, allegedly planned with Massachusetts men Usaama Rahim and David Wright to commit attacks inside the ...

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Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti Returns House After Setting Space Record

Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti’s record-setting run in space ended today when the Italian astronaut returned to Earth on board Russia’s Soyuz space capsule. Cristoforetti returns to Earth right after 199 days in space, setting a single-mission duration record for all European Space Agency astronauts. She’s also the lady who has spent ...

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Rachel Dolezal Says She’ll Address Race Questions at NAACP Meeting Monday

Rachel Dolezal, the president of Spokane, Washington’s NAACP chapter, mentioned she will make a statement Monday with regards to the “concerns and assumptions swirling in national and worldwide news about my family, my race, my credibility, and the NAACP.” For years, Rachel Dolezal, 37, has identified herself publicly as African ...

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