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Sean Spicer Tells Reporter to 'Stop Shaking Your Head'

Spicer's target, April Ryan of American Urban Radio Networks, was stoic afterwards. The last time, it was the president himself. U.S. intelligence has concluded that Russian Federation launched a broad-ranging campaign created to help Mr Trump win the election.

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February jobless rate drops

In order to compare the statewide rate to local unemployment rates, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates the statewide unadjusted unemployment rate for February was 4.2%. The unemployment rate for White women 20 years-old and over decreased from 3.9 percent in January to 3.7 percent in February. The employment-population ratio also declined, falling from 63.1 percent to 62.5 percent in February, the biggest decline for any adult group that month.

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Cats like you better than food

To test what interested cats most, the researchers presented felines from both homes and shelters with three "stimuli" for each of the four categories "human social interaction", food , "toy" and smell, and recorded the amount of time the animals spent with each stimulus.

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Reality check: Does prolonged breastfeeding make your child smarter?

But after the data was randomised, "we didn't find any statistically significant differences between children who were breastfed and those who weren't, in terms of their cognitive ability and language", said Dr Girard. After matching, there were no statistically significant differences on any outcomes at age 5. They did this by separating participating mothers into two groups: the first group was part of an intervention program that encouraged prolonged and exclusive breastfeeding , and ...

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There's Finally Good News for People With Nut Allergies

Tree nut allergy is one of the most common food allergies in children and adults, affecting an estimated 3 million people in the United States , according to Food Allergy Research and Education , a nonprofit working to raise awareness and fund research on food allergies.

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Nunes Says He Saw Intelligence Documents on White House Grounds

CNN is now reporting that Nunes had in fact slipped off to the White House grounds last Tuesday to view the documents. Yes, that's his explanation. Nunes' behavior last week had led to speculation he'd been provided information by the Trump administration in order to provide cover to Trump, who has accused former President Barack Obama of ordering his Trump Tower office wiretapped during the election cycle.