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Jordan accuses ex-crown prince and associates of destabilizing nation’s security — The Washington Post

Jordan accuses ex-crown prince and associates of destabilizing nation’s security — The Washington Post

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Brood X cicadas are about to put on one of the wildest shows in nature. And D.C. is the main stage. — The Washington Post

Brood X cicadas are about to put on one of the wildest shows in nature. And D.C. is the main stage. — The Washington Post

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The rioter next door: How the Dallas suburbs spawned domestic extremists

The rioter next door: How the Dallas suburbs spawned domestic extremists

, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news.FRISCO — Sunlight gleamed off the tiled roofs of the taupe mini-mansions and walkable shopping centers as March 4 dawned in this corner of North Texas. According to specious speculations online, this was the day when Donald Trump would be reinstalled as president."We are optimistic . . . If you're in morning [sic] Please stay at home!!!" the group's organizer, Jeff Hauk, told the weekly meeting of a group of conservatives who call themselves the "DFW Deplorables."In posts on their private Facebook page,...

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Texas’ chief energy regulator fiercely defended fossil fuels after historic blackouts. She also profits from oil and gas.

Texas’ chief energy regulator fiercely defended fossil fuels after historic blackouts. She also profits from oil and gas.

Late last month as Texans were from a historic winter storm and dayslong , the state’s chief oil and gas regulator had a clear message: Natural gas producers are not responsible for the disaster.“Some media outlets would have you believe that natural gas producers and frozen transmission lines caused the power shortages across the state,” said Christi Craddick, who chairs a three-member commission overseeing the industry, during a Texas House of Representatives Feb. 26. “But … these operators were not the problem. The oil and gas industry was the solution.”Craddick and her father, a...

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Vaccine side effects may affect mammograms

Vaccine side effects may affect mammograms

ADRoutine mammograms should be done either before the first dose of a vaccine or four to six weeks after the second dose, the Society for Breast Imaging advises.The vaccines’ temporary side effects can include swollen lymph nodes around the armpits, which could be misread as a possible sign of breast cancer if it turns up on a mammogram.Axillary lymphadenopathy is usually seen in only 0.02 to 0.04 percent of screening mammograms, according to the society’s guidelines. In trials of the Moderna vaccine, the condition developed in 11.6 percent of participants after the first dose and in 16...

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DNA test said a California man was 4 percent black. Now he wants to qualify as a minority business owner.

DNA test said a California man was 4 percent black. Now he wants to qualify as a minority business owner.

By | By Antonia Noori Farzan | The Washington PostWhen Ralph Taylor was born in Sacramento in 1963, his birth certificate indicated that he and his parents were Caucasian. But, like many white Americans, he grew up hearing vague family lore about long-distant Native American ancestry.“I’ve always known that I’m multiracial,” Taylor, 55, told The Washington Post.In 2010, Taylor took an AncestryByDNA test, he said, “just to confirm what we’d already known.” The results said that he was 90 percent European and 6 percent indigenous American, as well as 4 percent sub-Saharan African.Whether the...

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CDC: With vaccination, no need to quarantine

CDC: With vaccination, no need to quarantine

ADThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that people who have been vaccinated are no longer required to quarantine after exposure to someone with the , as long as they have received both doses of the vaccine and at least two weeks have passed since the second shot.The CDC updated guidance says vaccinated people may skip quarantine if they are asymptomatic, and if their contact with an infected person came at least two weeks after receipt of the final dose in the two-shot vaccination series and within three months of receipt of that second dose.The recommendation is similar to...

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The Big Number: Drinking 1 or more cups of caffeinated coffee could reduce your heart failure risk

The Big Number: Drinking 1 or more cups of caffeinated coffee could reduce your heart failure risk

ADDrinking one or more cups of caffeinated coffee daily may lower your risk for heart failure. About 6.2 million adults in the United States have heart failure, a condition in which the heart is too stiff or weak to pump as much blood as the body needs to function efficiently. Thethat links heart failure and coffee consumption stems from the analysis of three major studies on heart disease that, together, had followed 21,361 U.S. adults for at least 10 years.In all three studies, the odds of developing heart failure declined for participants who drank at least a cup of caffeinated coffee a...

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New mosquito species found in South Florida. It’s an aggressive biter, of course.

New mosquito species found in South Florida. It’s an aggressive biter, of course.

ADSouth Florida appears to be home to yet another new invasive species — this one a mosquito that was last officially documented in the Florida Keys 75 years ago.The Aedes scapularis has been confirmed in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, according to a new study published in the Journal of Medical Entomology by Miami-Dade Mosquito Control Division, Broward Mosquito Control Section and Lawrence Reeves, an entomologist at the University of Florida.A native of South America and the Caribbean, the mosquito was found last year in regularly monitored traps in Florida City and in Broward County....

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Abandoned plant and wasteland: Ukraine eyes UNESCO World Heritage tag for Chernobyl

Abandoned plant and wasteland: Ukraine eyes UNESCO World Heritage tag for Chernobyl

A mothballed nuclear power station surrounded by wasteland, rubble and abandoned buildings is not what most people associate with a UNESCO World Heritage site. But that is what Ukraine has in mind for Chernobyl.Hoping that such a designation could mean more funding and more tourists, the government has begun a process that could eventually allow it to apply to the United Nations’ cultural, scientific and education body for protection.On Monday, the former Soviet republic marked the 35th anniversary of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster, when a reactor at the plant, located about 67 miles...

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