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Russia and Iran Put on a Show of Unity - Against the U.S.
Vladimir V. Putin met at the Kremlin with Iran's new leader, Ebrahim Raisi, at a time when both their countries, despite their differences, are at odds with Washington.
Up to 76% of COVID vaccine side effects are just in people's heads, study finds
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Russia and Iran Put on a Show of Unity - Against the U.S.
Vladimir V. Putin met at the Kremlin with Iran's new leader, Ebrahim Raisi, at a time when both their countries, despite their differences, are at odds with Washington.
New Housing Study on Racism
New Housing Study on Racism
Black mortgage applicants 84% more likely to be denied than white applicants, analysis finds
Shot of two business persons filling in paperwork at home.
Stop calling it 'smoky': Everything you need to know to be a better mezcal drinker
Mezcal is certainly having its moment. The U.S. became the world's largest market for the spirit in 2019 - surpassing even Mexico - and production increased by almost 10% in 2020.
Opinion | Why Millions Think It Is Trump Who Cannot Tell a Lie
Lane Cuthbert, along with his UMass colleague Alex Theodoridis, asked in an op-ed in The Washington Post:
Is It Better to Exercise in the Morning or Evening?
Working out at different times of the day might have unique benefits for health, an ambitious new study in mice suggests.
Covid-19 vaccine Australia rollout tracker: per cent of population vaccinated and vaccination rate by state
When might we reach 80% and 90% boosters if the current rollout rate continues?
Based on the current dosing interval between second and booster doses for each state or territory.
Study: Grade satisfaction a major factor in student evals
Yet another study is challenging the idea that student evaluations of teaching reliably measure what they're intended to measure: instructional quality.