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Study shows how scientists can now ‘read your mind’

    It sounds like a bit of science-fiction – but scientists say they have found a way to read the human mind. Researchers at University of California, Los Angeles have developed what they call a ‘brain reading’ that uses past history to determine future cognitive patterns and thought process. They compare the results to […]

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    The parents of a 10-year-old boy who police say killed himself believe he was playing a choking game that ‘got out of hand’. Thailan Curtis was found by his older brother in his family’s living room at their Milwaukee, Wisconsin home on Saturday night. He was slumped over with a curtain around his […]

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    One in five Americans lost a sizeable amount of their disposable income during the recession, leaving them financially vulnerable and without many options. The number of Americans considered ‘economically insecure’ reached a new high during the period from 2008 to 2010 which spanned what is now called the Great Recession. This news comes […]

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    A father of two took his own life by throwing himself into a river just hours after marrying his long-term love. Fernando Brazier, 28, left a note at the front desk of the hotel, where he had spent the first night with his new wife, telling her where his body could be found. […]

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    Two deputy sheriffs have been suspended after an overweight criminal managed to smuggle a loaded gun into jail by hiding it under his belly. Stoney Mathis, 18, was able to keep officers Dennis Campbell and Robert Speakman from finding the .38 revolver by tucking it into his waistband and letting his ‘big gut’ […]

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