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Smartphones boost Latin American farmers in fight against climate change
Armed with smartphones, thousands of smallholder farmers across Latin America are set to benefit from a technology boost that will help them deal better with the effects of climate change.
American scientists identify earlier way to diagnose Alzheimer's
A new study tried to redefine the causes of Alzheimer's disease (AD), arguing that it is likely triggered by the failure of a system that clears wastes from the brain and begins decades before memories fade.
American extremists returning from Syria remain terror threat to US: Study
Many US citizens and residents who traveled to Iraq and Syria to fight alongside terrorist groups remain a potential threat to the United States and could recruit future generations of extremists, according to a new study.
American military bases in Middle East. Why does US have them?
The United States has military bases in around 150 countries, some of which are not officially classed as American bases and some are not formally acknowledged by the US. The number of bases in total exceeds 1,000 worldwide, many of them are located in the Middle East.
Up to 80,000 American children could lose healthcare
Thousands of South Carolina (SC) children are caught in the middle of a government funding fight.
US Postal Service celebrates National Museum of African American History
A new US postage stamp honoring the National Museum of African American History and Culture highlights African-American achievements and promotes the museum on the international stage.
Americans pessimistic about Trump, country: Poll
US President Donald Trump frequently casts his first year in office as a string of successes and campaign promises fulfilled. But less than a quarter of Americans think Trump has made good on the pledges he made to voters while running for president, according to a new poll by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
Americans say there is more corruption in Trump era: Survery
Americans say the US society has become significantly more corrupt in the year since Donald Trump became president, a new survey suggests.
American dominance becoming history, Germany must hold ground against US: German FM
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel says the world order is changing and the era of the American dominance is gradually fading away under US President Donald Trump’s administration, asserting that Berlin has to defend its interests even through standing up to Washington.
Number of American children in foster care increases
A new report said the number of children in the US foster care system has increased for the fourth year in a row, due largely to an uptick in substance abuse by parents.
Two-thirds of American adults get news from social media
About two-thirds of American adults are getting ’at least some of their news on social media’ with two-in-ten doing so often, according to a Pew Research Center survey this week.
Suicide rate among teenage girls hit 40-year high: Report
New figures from the US government show that the suicide rate for American teenagers rose significantly between 2007 and 2015, amid an increase in suicides in the overall population.
Russia poised to expel 30 US diplomats
Press reports from Russia on Tuesday suggested that it is poised to expel around 30 US diplomats and freeze some US assets in a retaliatory move against Washington.
Support for impeachment of Trump grows: Poll
A growing number of American voters say they want US President Donald Trump impeached, a new opinion poll shows.
African American family kicked off JetBlue flight over birthday cake
An African American family has been kicked off a JetBlue flight for carrying a birthday cake that flight crew said posed a “safety risk.”

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