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Biden Says Shutdown Would Damage Economy Significantly

President Joe Biden pressed congressional leaders to avoid a partial government shutdown, as they gathered at the White House with…

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Significantly fewer births on weekends and holidays than weekdays, data analysis of over 21 million births from 1979-2018 in Japan shows

Significantly more babies were born on a weekday instead of weekend day or holiday, reveals a large-scale analysis of 21…

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Disadvantaged people wait significantly longer for power restoration after major storms, research shows

Hurricanes and other extreme weather events often affect disadvantaged communities more severely, and extended power outages are some of the…

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Hybrid device significantly improves existing, ubiquitous laser technology

EPFL researchers have developed a hybrid device that significantly improves existing, ubiquitous laser technology. The team at EPFL’s Photonic Systems…

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Nvidia warns that China sales will ‘decline significantly’

Nvidia Corp. investors gave a cool reaction to its latest quarterly report, which blew past average analysts’ estimates but failed…

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Allergic responses to common foods could significantly increase risk of heart disease, cardiovascular death

Sensitivity to common food allergens such as dairy and peanuts could be an important and previously unappreciated cause of heart…

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Interstate Travel to Get Abortions has Prevented the Dobbs Decision from Significantly Reducing the Number of Abortions in the US

In this Nov. 30, 2005 file photo, an anti-abortion supporter stands next to a pro-choice demonstrator outside the U.S. Supreme…

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Despite the Doomsday Narrative, Global Inequality Has Significantly Declined

Today’s hyperpartisan and frequently negative news cycle ignores one significant and uplifting story: the precipitous decline of global inequality. It’s…

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Federal Government Improperly “Coerced” and “Significantly Encouraged” Certain Speech Restrictions by Social Media Platforms

In yesterday’s decision in Missouri v. Biden, the Fifth Circuit (Judges Edith Clement, Jennifer Elrod, and Don Willett) held that…

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