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Trump: Friendship Between Leader of Russia Probe, Fired FBI Director ‘Very Bothersome’

In his first televised face-to-face interview in six weeks, U.S. President Donald Trump said it is “very bothersome” that the man leading the probe into possible ties between his campaign and Russia is friends with former FBI Director James Comey. Trump told Fox News Channel’s “Fox and Friends” that special counsel Robert Mueller is “very, very good friends with Comey, which is very bothersome.” The interview, conducted Thursday at the White House and aired Friday morning, comes as Trump considers reducing the number of media briefings to once per week…

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Smarter 

How to Differentiate Between Real Love and Superficial Love

One of the many things human beings seek during their lifetime is a loving companion. In other words, find real love instead of superficial love. This is hard to come by depending on who you ask, and each person will tell you a different story. But the truth of the matter is love finds you instead of the other way around. Real love is about genuinely giving someone compassion, comfort, trust and most of the time telling the truth. These are some of the core principles of real love, but…

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‘Hotline’ Established Between US, Former Soviet Union on This Day in 1963

In reality, the “hotline” wasn’t a red phone. It may well have been a lifesaver, though, when it was established on this day, June 20, 1963, between the United States government and the former Soviet Union. Its purpose? To lessen via nearly instantaneous communication the threat of an accidental nuclear war. The need became frighteningly obvious during the Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962. The United States had discovered that the Soviets were building missile sites in Cuba capable of firing missiles with nuclear warheads. Eventually, then president John F….

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What’s The Difference Between Famine And Hunger? A Food FAQ

Enlarge this image When does food aid work? Hanna Barczyk for NPR hide caption toggle caption Hanna Barczyk for NPR Can eating insects help people survive a famine? Are there new ways to help farmers water their crops when drought strikes? Isn’t the basic hunger problem that there’s just not enough food to go around? Those are some of the tough questions that you submitted in April for our monthly #CuriousGoat series. We’d asked what you wanted to know about world hunger. You sent in so many good queries that…

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No link between immigration and increased crime, four decades of evidence finds

Science Political discussions about immigrants often include the claim that there is a relationship between immigration patterns and increased crime. However, results of a new study find no links between the two. In fact, immigration actually appears to be linked to reductions in some types of crimes, according to the findings. No link between immigration and increased crime, four decades of evidence finds

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