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Add salt to coffee to enhance the flavor? Hey, it's healthier than butter
Entertainment
Published in 19-10-2015
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This week we've learned that there is small movement to encourage coffee drinkers to add salt to their daily cups.

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Houston's top Asian restaurants of 2015
Entertainment
Published in 19-10-2015
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The Far East has a seat at the table in Houston's foodie scene. And when it comes to the best flavors in town, we handpicked some of our favorites we think you should try.

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Indian orchestra and dancers bring Bollywood to Houston
Entertainment
Published in 19-10-2015
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Other luminaries who have witnessed their spectacles include at least two French presidents and more than a few prime ministers of India. The Society for the Performing Arts on Thursday will present the company in Houston; the group's extensive current tour already has taken it to Spain, France, Germany, Italy and Belgium. Artistic director Rahis Bharti says the company's members co ...>>

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'Petticoat Junction' actress Pat Woodell dies
Entertainment
Published in 19-10-2015
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Pat Woodell, a former actress and singer who played the brainy sister Bobbie Jo Bradley for two seasons in the 1960s sitcom "Petticoat Junction," has died.

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Doggie DNA study says Fido first appeared in Central Asia
Technology
Published in 19-10-2015
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For the new work, Adam Boyko of Cornell University and others analyzed DNA from 549 dogs that represented 38 countries in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, India, the Middle East and islands north and east of Australia. The researchers examined the DNA for signals of where the dogs had the most ancient roots. Robert Wayne of the University of California, Los Angeles, who proposed a European or ...>>
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Ohio River's huge algae bloom a warning for water suppliers
Technology
Published in 19-10-2015
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A toxic algae outbreak that snaked more than 600 miles down the Ohio River past four states is forcing water utilities to reassess the threat from harmful algal blooms that are popping up increasingly around the nation. Treatment plant operators and researchers along the river were surprised by the large bloom and said it should be a warning to cities that get their water supply from lakes, river ...>>
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Testing begins after fire put out at radioactive waste site
Technology
Published in 19-10-2015
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LAS VEGAS (AP) Officials are checking air quality, conducting ground testing and monitoring for other problems Monday following a fire at a radioactive waste disposal site in rural southern Nevada. No injuries were reported after the fire, which began Sunday afternoon in an industrial area near Beatty, Nevada, about 115 miles northwest of Las Vegas, said Bud Marshall, southern Nevada regional su ...>>
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Texas 'clock kid' goes from arrest to White House visit
Technology
Published in 19-10-2015
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The president uses the event to encourage students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Police ultimately chose not to charge the 14-year-old student with having a hoax bomb, though he was suspended.
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AP Exclusive: Under Clinton, State's cybersecurity suffered
Technology
Published in 19-10-2015
    695 Visits
WASHINGTON (AP) The State Department was among the worst agencies in the federal government at protecting its computer networks while Hillary Rodham Clinton was secretary from 2009 to 2013, a situation that continued to deteriorate as John Kerry took office and Russian hackers breached the department's email system, according to independent audits and interviews. In December 2013, IG Steve ...>>
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Doggie DNA study says Fido first appeared in Central Asia
Technology
Published in 19-10-2015
    698 Visits
For the new work, Adam Boyko of Cornell University and others analyzed DNA from 549 dogs that represented 38 countries in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, India, the Middle East and islands north and east of Australia. The researchers examined the DNA for signals of where the dogs had the most ancient roots. Robert Wayne of the University of California, Los Angeles, who proposed a European or ...>>
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Ohio River's huge algae bloom a warning for water suppliers
Technology
Published in 19-10-2015
    209 Visits
A toxic algae outbreak that snaked more than 600 miles down the Ohio River past four states is forcing water utilities to reassess the threat from harmful algal blooms that are popping up increasingly around the nation. Treatment plant operators and researchers along the river were surprised by the large bloom and said it should be a warning to cities that get their water supply from lakes, river ...>>
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Testing begins after fire put out at radioactive waste site
Technology
Published in 19-10-2015
    361 Visits
LAS VEGAS (AP) Officials are checking air quality, conducting ground testing and monitoring for other problems Monday following a fire at a radioactive waste disposal site in rural southern Nevada. No injuries were reported after the fire, which began Sunday afternoon in an industrial area near Beatty, Nevada, about 115 miles northwest of Las Vegas, said Bud Marshall, southern Nevada regional su ...>>
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Texas 'clock kid' goes from arrest to White House visit
Technology
Published in 19-10-2015
    1033 Visits
The president uses the event to encourage students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Police ultimately chose not to charge the 14-year-old student with having a hoax bomb, though he was suspended.
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AP Exclusive: Under Clinton, State's cybersecurity suffered
Technology
Published in 19-10-2015
    305 Visits
WASHINGTON (AP) The State Department was among the worst agencies in the federal government at protecting its computer networks while Hillary Rodham Clinton was secretary from 2009 to 2013, a situation that continued to deteriorate as John Kerry took office and Russian hackers breached the department's email system, according to independent audits and interviews. In December 2013, IG Steve ...>>
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United Airlines CEO hospitalized Thursday
Business
Published in 19-10-2015
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Media reports said the latter investigation concerned flights that United reinstated and that a former Port Authority chairman used to travel to and from his weekend home in South Carolina. Since taking his new position, Munoz has visited several United hubs to talk with fliers and employees.
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