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  1. As Brazil Barrels Toward World Cup, Brazilians Aren't Feeling It

    The games are just a week away, and enthusiasm is low. Stadiums aren't finished, infrastructure is incomplete, and there have been protests. According to one Brazilian soccer fan, "We didn't deliver."
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  2. Norovirus: Far More Likely To Come From Restaurant Than Cruise Ship

    Cruise ships account for only 1 percent of reported norovirus cases, while 25 percent come from contaminated food. Sick workers at restaurants and cafeterias often spread the virus.
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  3. James Cameron-Backed School To Terminate Meat And Dairy

    A private school in Malibu Canyon supported by director James Cameron and his wife is set to go vegan. Meanwhile, Congress is debating whether to delay healthy school lunch rules for the rest of us.
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  4. Maybe Dinosaurs Were A Cold-Blooded, Warm-Blooded Mix

    Evidence from bone growth now suggests that T. rex and its kin had the best of both worlds. Their muscles and nerves fired fast like ours, but they burned energy slowly, more like lizards do.
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  5. College Colleagues Will Face Off For Eric Cantor's Seat

    Two professors at Virginia's Randolph-Macon College find themselves in an unexpected position: facing each other in November for a seat in Congress.
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  6. Emirates Nixes Order For 70 Airbus A350s

    The Dubai-based airline says the contract for the new planes, which was worth $16 billion, had "lapsed," but did not elaborate.
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  7. China Signals Heavier Hand On Dissent In Hong Kong

    A Beijing policy paper makes it clear that autonomy in the former British colony only goes so far, saying "many wrong views" are held by Hong Kong residents.
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  8. Gripes About Health Costs Punctuate A Cross-Country Trip

    A health reporter traveled across the country and asked people how they feel about health care and health insurance. At almost every stop people complained about the expense.
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  9. Hacking The Brain With Electricity: Don't Try This At Home

    Small jolts of electricity to the brain can treat diseases like epilepsy and Parkinson's. But some healthy people are trying electrical stimulation to make the brain sharper. And it may not be safe.
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  10. Reports: Cantor Will Step Down As Majority Leader Next Month

    Multiple news outlets are reporting that Rep. Eric Cantor has decided to resign from his post as House Majority Leader, one day after a stunning GOP primary upset in his Virginia district.
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