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    1. A Beautiful and Affordable Caribbean Isle

      U.S.News & World Report via Yahoo! NewsJul 19 07:47 AM

      Many scuba divers have drifted through the Bay Islands of Honduras on a quest for Caribbean adventure. Roatán, the largest of the Bay Islands, provides some of the best diving in the world. About 20 years ago, small hotels and resorts began to appear on Roatán to accommodate the increasing number of scuba divers.

    2. I’ve been covering Donald Trump off and on for more than 25 years, and what has always struck me is his lack of impulse control. It was his biggest problem when I first started dealing with him in the 1980s, and it’s his biggest problem now.

    3. Minnehaha Creek cleanup volunteers keep the pigs at bay

      Minnesota Public RadioJul 25 07:27 AM

      Someone smarter than a blogger is going to have to explain how a Jerry Garcia 'Run for the Roses' cassette tape ends up in the Minnehaha Creek watershed.

    4. A family firm of Cuban builders that did work on the Malecon in Havana before the revolution has won a Pentagon contract to build the U.S. Navy’s new state-of-the-art school at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

    5. In 1953, newspaper attorney Harold Cross authored a report titled “The People’s Right to Know,” in which he made the case for government transparency. “Public business is the public’s business,” he wrote. “Freedom of information is their just heritage. Without that, the citizens of a democracy...

    6. A program similar to the Israeli birthright trip is giving young Cuban Americans the chance to travel to their family's homeland for the first time.

    7. Keeping an Eye on the Sky in Lakeside

      Flathead BeaconJul 26 06:13 AM

      LAKESIDE – One day in the late 1960s, Jay Youngblood and his colleagues at the Kalispell Air Force Station in Lakeside noticed a suspicious symbol floating across the radar screen.

    8. James Joseph Bruno Fraccola, age 78, a resident of Darien, CT and Jensen Beach, FL, passed away on July 16, 2016 after a brief illness. Mr. Fraccola was born December 2, 1937 in Stamford, CT.

    9. A year after restoring diplomatic ties, the United States and Cuba are far from fully normalizing their troubled relationship, which remains haunted by Cold War ghosts despite cautious ongoing talks. In a reconciliation that was long unthinkable, the two countries restored ties on July 20, 2015, 54 years after severing them in the aftermath of the Cuban Revolution. The moment was marked by the ...

    10. This startup is making real meatballs in a lab without killing a single animal

      Tech Insider via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsJul 07 11:53 AM

      The promise of lab-grown meat — made from pieces of lab-grown muscle tissue instead of living animals — has dangled in front of us for decades. A Bay Area-based startup called Memphis Meats has figured out how to make a real meatball in the lab using beef cells, no livestock required. The lab-grown meat process goes something like this, according to Valeti.

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