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Houston Chronicle
September 19, 2022

After the Uvalde massacre, hundreds of thousands of people had something to say. They took to Twitter to criticize elected officials and express horror at the carnage. Depending on their political leanings, they called for stricter gun controls or opposed the very idea as unconstitutional and un-American.

Vietgiaitri
September 19, 2022

The 4.0 era has begun, the keyword virtual Influencer is no longer strange to the public. However, in Vietnam , the "characters" have just entered the field and are in the process of integrating with Vietnamese netizens .

Zing News
September 19, 2022

Party dresses are coming back after a long time of being forgotten. The dress model appeared a lot on the fashion catwalk.

Reno Gazette-Journal
September 19, 2022

When the Supreme Court struck down a half-century of nationwide abortion rights in June, access to the procedure endured in Nevada, where Roe v. Wade's protections have been firmly embedded into state law for decades.

The Scientist
September 19, 2022

Five major El Niño events per century could lead to fewer fishes that thrive in cold water and more terrestrial birds in eastern coastal ecosystems.

Las Vegas Sun
September 19, 2022

For a particular campaign sign that has popped up across Las Vegas as the midterm elections draw near, the message couldn’t be more clear.

The Nevada Independent
September 19, 2022

Nevada leads the nation as the state with the largest number of women in its Legislature, and that is unlikely to change by the end of this election cycle.

Las Vegas Review Journal
September 19, 2022

The new client at the Huntridge Family Clinic suspected he had monkeypox when he noticed a single small bump on the top of his left foot. Within hours, more blisterlike bumps appeared on his hands and thighs, and testing confirmed his suspicion.

Science Alert
September 19, 2022

There's something very peculiar about Earth, aside from all the organisms crawling all over it. It's our star, the Sun, that's weird: It's a yellow dwarf.

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