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Mississippi Girl's Paralysis Caused by Tick

Mississippi Girl's Paralysis Caused by Tick

Five-year-oldKailyn Griffin, from Mississippi, was temporarily paralyzedlast Wednesday by a neurotoxin from an egg-laying tick on her scalp.

Facebook Admits to Sharing User Data with Huawei

Facebook Admits to Sharing User Data with Huawei

Tensions between the masters of the universe at Facebook and United States lawmakers continue to mount, as the company confirmsthat it actually did share user data with Chinese phone manufacturer Huawei.

Alyssa Milano Hits Capitol Hill to Push Equal Rights Amendment

Alyssa Milano Hits Capitol Hill to Push Equal Rights Amendment

Actress and Left-wing activist Alyssa Milano appeared alongside Democratic Representatives Carolyn Maloney and Jackie Speier outside the Capitol on Wednesday to express hersupport in ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA).

Nurse Charged in Death of HR McMaster’s Father

Nurse Charged in Death of HR McMaster’s Father

Christann Shyvin Gainey has been charged with involuntary manslaughter, neglect and falsifying documents regarding the death of former Trump adviser H.R. McMaster's father.

Mormons Sever Ties with Boy Scouts of America

Mormons Sever Ties with Boy Scouts of America

On May 8, the Mormon church announced that it will dissociate itself from the Boy Scouts of America in order to focus on its own religious youth group.

Reuters/Ipsos Poll Suggests Millenials Tiring of Democrats

Reuters/Ipsos Poll Suggests Millenials Tiring of Democrats

Reuters/Ipsos surveyed 65,000 young adults in 2016, and then again at the same time in 2018—and the left seems to be quickly losing ground. During the first three months of both 2016 and 2018, Reuters/Ipsos queried roughly 65,000 millenials on a range of issues, and their political affiliation.

Reuters/Ipsos Poll Suggests Millennials Tiring of Democrats

Reuters/Ipsos Poll Suggests Millennials Tiring of Democrats

Reuters/Ipsos surveyed 65,000 young adults in 2016, and then again at the same time in 2018—and the left seems to be quickly losing ground. During the first three months of both 2016 and 2018, Reuters/Ipsos queried roughly 65,000 millenials on a range of issues, and their political affiliation.

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