• 8 Ways To Sleep Better When It’s Blistering Hot Outside
  • Physician Says Racist ‘White Doctor’ Rant Reflects Larger Issue In Canada
  • After cop shot Castile, 4-year-old worried her mom would be next
  • Vertical limit: Architects reimagine Hong Kong’s high-rise housing
  • Friend or food? China’s ‘civil war’ over dogs

8 Ways To Sleep Better When It’s Blistering Hot Outside

As a result, she developed some creative tricks to cool down her kids before bedtime, like dampening and freezing a teddy bear that they could take to bed. Cooler temperatures actually help your bodyproduce more melatonin, the powerful hormone that work to make you feel sleepy, she explained. So sleeping in a hot room where its nearly impossible to cool down will be an obstacle to a good nights rest….

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Physician Says Racist ‘White Doctor’ Rant Reflects Larger Issue In Canada

A lot of physicians who are visible minorities or have accents that suggest that theyre immigrants, they face this, Dr. Nadia Alam, leader of the Ontario-based organization and a blogger for HuffPost Canada, told CBC Toronto. When told to go to a hospital instead, the woman responded, Im not going there with all those Paki doctors. Alam told CTV News that she was horrified by the footage. It brought back…

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After cop shot Castile, 4-year-old worried her mom would be next

(CNN)The 4-year-old girl tried to calm her distraught mother, Diamond Reynolds, as both of them cried in the back of a police car. As they spent the next agonizing moments struggling to grasp what they had witnessed, their emotional interaction in the police car was captured in a video that was released Wednesday. A shaken Reynolds let out a painful scream, sobbing and cursing, in the video shown by CNN…

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Philando Castile shooting: Dashcam video shows rapid event

(CNN)What’s most shocking is how fast it happened. Until Tuesday, few people had seen the dashcam video from July 6, 2016, when Officer Jeronimo Yanez killed Castile in Minnesota. It was shown in court during Yanez’s trial. Yanez tells Castile his brake lights are out. The video does not show Yanez’s point of view or the inside of Castile’s car, where his girlfriend Diamond Reynolds and her 4-year-old daughter were…

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Hanok homes: South Korean architects look to the past in their push to modernize

(CNN)South Korea may be known for its sharp focus on the new, but architects — and their increasingly sophisticated clients — are looking to the past for inspiration. “Historically, the prevalent view was that the hanok was useless — it was blocking development and economic progress,” says Hyumgmin Pai, an architectural historian at Seoul National University who curated South Korea’s award-winning pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale. “Now we are…

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Senate intel digs for more Michael Flynn documents

(CNN)The leaders of the Senate Russia investigation are probing for more information from former national security adviser Michael Flynn, a process that is ongoing as he provides additional documents in response to their subpoenas. Sen. Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the investigation, said they planned to discuss more what they were looking for in the second batch of documents they are seeking from Flynn.

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Policing ‘at risk’ as officers deal with terror – BBC News

“The demand for increasing numbers of detectives in areas such as child abuse has prevented this,” he wrote. He suggested that prioritising counter-terrorism work would involve “difficult choices” about where to put resources. “It will inevitably push risk to other areas of policing, potentially with significant impact,” he said. The letter, which was sent a week ago, before the Finsbury Park attack, included a plea to avoid “uncertainty over funding”…

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Grenfell Tower charity single released – BBC News

The song opens with a verse by Stormzy, who says: “I don’t know where to begin / So I’ll start by saying I refuse to forget you. “I refuse to be silenced / I refuse to neglect you.” The London-born MC goes on to say, “That could have been my mum’s house / Or that could have been my nephew”, concluding, “I just hope that you’re resting and free up…

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UK holiday fraudsters could face jail – BBC News

Clampdown call Abta says the cases usually involve holidaymakers who have been abroad on all-inclusive deals, who argue that because they only ate in their hotel, that must have been the source of their alleged food poisoning. It has launched a campaign called Stop Sickness Scams, asking the government to clamp down on the issue. It says laws designed to stop fraudulent claims for whiplash have instead pushed the problem…

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Warmbier death raises pressure on White House

Washington (CNN)Otto Warmbier’s death as a result of his treatment in North Korea could increase calls for the US to take a tougher line on China, as the two nations prepare to meet in Washington on Wednesday. It’s an approach that resembles the Obama administration strategy and, observers say, has shown no greater success in slowing Pyongyang’s steady march towards developing nuclear weapons and the missile capability to deliver them…

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Rock band The Slants’ victory in court secures your rights

(CNN)In the 1971 free speech case, Cohen v. California, the Supreme Court said, “One man’s vulgarity is another’s lyric.” That rings very true today. Now, I get to say: “I told you so.” Join us on Twitter and Facebook Justice Kennedy summed it up perfectly: “By mandating positivity, the law here might silence dissent and distort the marketplace of ideas.” Today, because of a little-known band and a naughty word,…

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Carmakers call for transitional EU deal – BBC News

EU: No plans for Brexit concessions Rolls-Royce warns against ‘hard Brexit’ UK car plants also depend heavily on the free movement of components to and from the continent. The SMMT said any new relationship with the EU would need to address tariff and non-tariff barriers, regulatory and labour issues, “all of which will take time to negotiate”. “We accept that we are leaving the European Union,” said chief executive Mike…

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Tech Leaders Met With Trump, And The Looks On Their Faces Said It All

Apples Tim Cook, Microsofts Satya Nadella,Amazons Jeff Bezos,IBMs Ginni Rometty,Oracles Safra Catz,Intels Brian Krzanich and more attended the summit to discuss modernizing the technology that runs the U.S. government. Here are some of the reactions: More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsWP Banner Profits Multi Site Mario Brown’s Commission Evolution Upgrade 1 Commission Evolution Developer’s LicenseJohn Thornhill’s Inner Circle 2017 (PCW Elite) John Thornhill’s Inner CircleSociVideo Jukebox Lite SociVideo…

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Al Franken Warns On Impeachment: ‘Zealot’ Pence Would Be ‘Worse than Trump’

Vice President Mike Pence would move into the Oval Office, and Franken said that would lead to new set of problems. Franken said Pence, who ran the Trump transition, was responsible for some of Trumps worst Cabinet choices, including Environmental Protection Agency head Scott Pruitt, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, and Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney. If youre talking about how…

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News Daily: Van hits crowd near mosque – BBC News

Hello. Here’s your morning briefing: Brexit talks get under way Almost a year after the UK voted to leave the European Union, Brexit talks are finally starting. Brexit Secretary David Davis has promised a “deal like no other in history”, with subjects of early negotiations including the status of expats, the UK’s “divorce bill” and the Northern Ireland border. Things get started at about 11:00 BST. Grenfell Tower tragedy ‘preventable’…

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Matador Fatally Gored After He Trips On Cape In French Bullring

The death of Basque matador Ivan Fandino, whose chest was pierced by a horn of a bull called Burp, was the second fatal goring of a Spanish matador in a year. Fandino, 36, died Saturday after the violent confrontation at the Aire-sur-lAdour bullfighting festival near Pau in southern France, the BBC reported. As the matador turned from the bull, his feet became entangled in his cape, which he dropped and…

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Jews, Christians and Muslims make holy ground in America’s heartland

Omaha, Nebraska (CNN)When most people think of Omaha, they imagine sizzling steaks, billionaire Warren Buffet or even former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning calling out before the snap. (Remember “Omaha-Omaha”?). A rabbi, a reverend and an imam (no, it’s not a setup joke) are partners in a decadelong quest to bring together the three Abrahamic faiths — Judaism, Christianity and Islam — to share and worship on the same property.

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Guns kill nearly 1,300 US children each year, study says

(CNN)Rambunctious third-graders filled a classroom in Seattle on a crisp autumn day. One of the students dropped his backpack, and horror ensued. Weiser treated that third-grader’s gunshot wound while completing a fellowship at Harborview Medical Center in Washington in 2011. “That would have an impact in the home — where, again, properly secure it — but even if the child or young adult does find the gun, they can’t use…

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Six Toxic Beliefs That Will Ruin Your Career

Negative self-talk is unrealistic, unnecessary, and self-defeating. It sends you into a downward emotional spiral that is difficult to pull out of. As Henry Ford said, He who believes he can and he who believes he cannot are both correct. These successful people earn an average of $28,000 more annually than their low EQ peers, get promoted more often, and receive higher marks on performance evaluations. The link between EQ…

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Hospital designs that are changing the way you’re cared for

(CNN)While the healthcare system in America is in a state of crisis, the hospitals, care centers and research facilities that make up the industry — in the States and abroad — have never looked better. “We’re seeing a lot of intersections with corporate America, retail, hospitality and civic [architecture],” she says. “It’s about: How do you attract and retain your community and your patients? How do you attract and retain…

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Beyonc Gives Birth To Destiny’s Children

Beyoncand husband Jay Zhave welcomed twins in Los Angeles, according to multiple outlets. The sex of the twins is currently unknown, as well as exactly when the singer gave birth. The couple are, of course, already parents to Blue Ivy, 5, who, if you havent heard, is about the most adorable girl on planet earth. We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times…

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