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Seafood Farmed in Asia is FULL of Pig Feces and Antibiotics, Here’s How to Tell If Yours is Safe

Seafood Farmed in Asia is FULL of Pig Feces and Antibiotics, Here’s How to Tell If Yours is Safe

Shrimp is a surprisingly efficient health food. They are incredibly low in fat and incredibly high in protein, with around 75 grams of protein for every 1 gram of fat. They are also rich in vitamin D, B12 and Omega 3 fatty-acids, which provide the body with numerous health benefits...

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Jury Finds Dylann Roof Guilty of Charleston Church Massacre

Jury Finds Dylann Roof Guilty of Charleston Church Massacre

Self-declared white supremacist Dylann Roof was found guilty Thursday of killing nine black worshipers in a South Carolina church. It took a 12-person panel a little over two hours to convict Roof on all 33 counts, including the 24 that fall under federal hate crime statutes...

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NBA Broadcast Legend Craig Sager Dies at 65

NBA Broadcast Legend Craig Sager Dies at 65

Craig Sager’s brave fight with leukemia ended Thursday, when he passed away at the age of 65. Sager has long been a staple of the NBA sidelines, wearing his trademark loud suits, and has worked in broadcasting since 1972. Sager inspired many with his fight with the disease, which was diagnosed in 2014.

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Mark Wahlberg Tells ‘Out of Touch’ Celebrities to Shut Up About Politics

Mark Wahlberg Tells ‘Out of Touch’ Celebrities to Shut Up About Politics

Actor Mark Wahlberg believes his fellow celebrities should stick to entertaining Americans and stop trying to push their politics on the country. “A lot of celebrities did, do, and shouldn’t [talk about politics], Wahlberg told Task & Purpose, a news and analysis outlet geared toward American service veterans...

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Colombian Fans Pay Tribute to Brazilian Chapecoence Soccer Team

Colombian Fans Pay Tribute to Brazilian Chapecoence Soccer Team

Thousands of people gathered at a stadium in Medellín, Colombia, to remember the players from Brazil's Chapecoence club. Several players died in a plane crash on Monday on their way to the club's first Copa Sudamericana final, which was due to start today...

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Pluto’s Icy Heart Led to Depression, Researchers Say

Pluto's Icy Heart Led to Depression, Researchers Say

Ever since NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft sent back the first high-resolution images of Pluto’s great white heart, scientists have been puzzling over its origin. Some have suggested that the planet rolled over to ensure this particular feature wound up in this particular spot; others say its location could indicate a subsurface ocean...

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