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HACIENDA ALTAGRACIA, AN AUBERGE RESORT
6 Breathtaking Destinations With No Cell Service For Your Next Vacation
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1. Hacienda AltaGracia (Pérez Zeledón, Costa Rica)
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The Bitter Truth About Big Sugar's Caribbean Colonialism
From slavery to snack food, sugar has ravaged Caribbean and South American nations. Is it time for reparations?
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World Stroke Day Is A Great Time To Take On The No. 2 Killer Around The Globe
CEO, American Heart Association
About every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. A stroke-related death occurs about every 4 minutes. Those
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A Single Genetic Tweak Could Explain How Zika Transformed Into A Devastating Virus
By Julie Steenhuysen, Reuters
It used to be a fairly harmless illness.
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Brazilian Judge Sparks Outrage By Approving Gay Conversion Therapy
Outrage over the ruling has created a protest hashtag: #curagay.
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The World's Driest Desert Blooms With Hundreds Of Flowers After Rare Rain
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North Korea Reminds America That Intervention Isn’t Cheap
Contributing writer, policy analyst, one who tilts at windmills
Since the lapse of the much derided “Vietnam syndrome,” Americans have come to simultaneously expect cost-free intervention
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You Can Donate Your Eclipse Glasses To Schools Outside The U.S.
Astronomers Without Borders is offering to collect them ahead of eclipses in South America and Asia.
The 12 Most Breathtaking And Secluded Places On Earth
What your girl crush reads online
“Out of office” away message: Set.
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The Trump Administration Is Using People Of Color To Justify Its Xenophobic Agenda
Attempts to drive a wedge between impoverished blacks and aspirational immigrants are frighteningly familiar.
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Finally: An App That Can Identify The Animal You Saw On Your Hike
Exploring the American idea since 1857
If the app is successful, it’s only because it learned from the thousands of identifications that iNaturalist’s bustling community have contributed.
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Sperm Count Falling Sharply In Developed World, Researchers Say
By Kate Kelland, Reuters
New findings point to a potential decline in male health and fertility.
How To Travel Without Breaking The Bank
Personal Finance Writer
Summer is practically here! That means warmer weather and new possibilities to venture out and explore your surroundings
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A Wide World Of Winless War
Managing Editor, TomDispatch.com
Globe-trotting U.S. special ops forces already deployed to 137 nations in 2017.
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It's About Time We All Learned How Quinoa Grows
Julie R. Thomson
How do we get our hands on those flowers, though?
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Venezuelan Protesters Fling 'Poopootov' Cocktails At Security Forces
“This is indeed foul.”
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