This is a list of 41 current news stories. I have categorized them into News, Politics, Sports and Entertainment for your convenience. You can either read the entire list or scroll down to find the story you are most interested in reading about.
-1) South Korea President Inaugurated Amid Growing Tensions With North Korea
-2) California Wildfires Now Cover Over 200 Square Miles
-3) The US Supreme Court Just Ruled On Overturning An 1857 Law That Gave Slaveowners Custody Rights To Their Former Slaves And Their Children
-4) A Man Was Arrested For Trying To Kiss Justin Bieber At His Concert!
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– 41 current news stories
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In the past few days, there have been a number of exciting developments in various parts of the world. Here are some of them: – A new study by scientists at Harvard Medical School found that daily injections of antibodies can slow cognitive decline and reduce dementia risk for patients with Alzheimer’s disease. The trial showed that through monthly treatments, 38 percent fewer people who received an antibody treatment developed degenerative brain changes known as beta amyloid plaque than those receiving placebo treatments over 18 months. This is especially good news because it may be able to help prevent memory loss even before symptoms start showing up. – In other research on Alzheimer’s , scientists found that beta amyloid plaque may not just be a marker of Alzheimer’s disease, but could actually contribute to the deterioration in brain function. – A new study from UCLA revealed insights into how cells collect information about their environment and integrate this knowledge with internal signals before making decisions to grow or divide. This findings led researchers to believe it might one day be possible for them to manipulate cell behavior by controlling what types of messages get delivered around that complex network.
– The United States Supreme Court has ruled unanimously against President Trump’s travel ban on immigrants from six mostly Muslim countries: Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen (although North Korea was not included). There are other stories you can read below too!
– In an excerpt from her forthcoming memoir, actress and TV producer Roseanne Barr reveals that she was prescribed the sleeping drug Ambien to help get over a 2007 mental breakdown. She explains how the pill became “very addictive” for her in 2010 when combined with wine and Valium after knee surgery.
– The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to repeal Obama-era net neutrality rules, giving internet providers free reign over what content consumers can access online without any restrictions or data throttling (i.e., slowing of speeds). This decision will have huge implications on our day-to-day lives if it stands: think about whether you’ll continue being able to watch Netflix at high quality all hours of the day while still having the option to access other content providers that don’t have the funds for prioritization.
– 41 news from around the globe, including updates on major issues like health care and LGBTQ rights as well as minor stories such as celebrity gossip.
The post might be better if it were broken up into sections: “Top Stories Today”, “US News