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Repeatedly drunk VA nominee, bizarre holes, Google search manipulation and more

• Apr 25, 2018 at 10:10 AM

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Vox: It’s time to rethink how much booze may be too much

A couple of drinks a day aren’t bad for you and may even be good for you. Right? That’s been the message — from researchers, governments, and beverage companies — for decades. And as a result, many of us don’t think twice about tossing back a couple of glasses or wine or a few beers after work.

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The Daily Beast: 'Repeatedly drunk' Ronny Jackson's VA nomination on life support

The Trump White House is scrambling to save Ronny Jackson’s nomination to lead Veterans Affairs, but officials warn the rescue effort could ‘implode’ at any moment.

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Quartz: The bizarre holes NASA found in the Arctic sea ice are actually a sign of a more worrying trend

On April 14, a group of NASA scientists were flying over the Beaufort Sea, north of Alaska and the Canadian border, when they saw something puzzling: Three holes in the sea ice with what look like rings around them and some wavy ice to their left.

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Breitbart: Google search manipulation can swing 80 percent of undecided voters

By inserting negative search suggestions under the name of a candidate, search engines like Google can shift the opinions of undecided voters by up to 43.4 percent, according to newresearch by a team at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology

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One Cool Thing: Before and after

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