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Sperm count falling sharply in developed world, researchers say
Reuters
"This study is an urgent wake-up call for researchers and health authorities around the world to investigate the causes of the sharp ongoing drop in sperm count," said Hagai Levine, who co-led the work at the Hebrew University-Hadassah Braun School of ...
Sperm count in the western world is half what it was in the 1970s, says new researchDeutsche Welle

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Washington Post

The poor members of Trump World
Washington Post
Eventually, everyone in this town seems to wind up with the word “poor” in front of his or her name. Such a fate is especially likely if one has associated with President Trump. As in, Poor Attorney General Jeff Sessions. He is latest to the firing ...
The many unearthed interactions between Trump-world and Russia, documentedCNN
​Exclusive: Trump ponders Rudy Giuliani for attorney generalAxios
Trump leaves Sessions twisting in the wind while berating him publiclyWashington Post

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CNN International

Meet the traveler photographing the world -- via Google Street View
CNN International
That's because she travels the world without leaving her house -- via Google Street View. Kenny suffers from agoraphobia -- an anxiety condition that makes real world traveling very difficult. But Kenny's virtual travels have become a lifeline -- and ...

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Washington Post

With a dominant 1500, Katie Ledecky's world championship haul is a world record
Washington Post
American Katie Ledecky scored another ho-hum victory Tuesday at the swimming world championships in Budapest, winning the 1,500-meter freestyle title by a tidy 19 seconds over Spain's Mireia Belmonte. And while her time of 15:31.82 was more than six ...
Katie Ledecky eases to third gold of World Championships in 1500m freestyleThe Guardian
Katie Ledecky had to wait at the finish line for 97 seconds before the last-place swimmer finished a World ...Business Insider

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Washington Post

Rick Perry thought he was talking to a world leader about pig manure. It was a prank call.
Washington Post
It was a winding, wonkish and occasionally obscure conversation about foreign coal exploration, natural-gas pipelines and pig manure as a power source. But only one of the men on the line — Energy Secretary Rick Perry — held sway over his nation's ...

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ESPN FC

Casemiro: Real Madrid players are already 'best in the world'
ESPN FC
But AS reckoned that even after a summer which has seen Alvaro Morata, Danilo and James Rodriguez leave the Bernabeu, Madrid would first have to sell before they could pay the world record fee. Meanwhile, there is continued uncertainty around the ...
Real Madrid closing in on £161m world record deal for Monaco's Kylian MbappéThe Guardian
Man City make world-record bid for MbappeGoal.com
Kylian Mbappe's world record move is paid for by the Premier League, proof Real Madrid are still the transfer kingsThe Independent
Mirror.co.uk -Daily Mail
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CNN

Is this the world's best whiskey?
CNN
(CNN) — When WhistlePig's Boss Hog IV "The Black Prince" rye whiskey won "best in show" at the prestigious 2017 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, it dominated a field of whiskeys from around the globe. Follow that $499 bottle back home and you ...

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The Guardian

Adam Peaty sets two 50m breaststroke world records in one extraordinary day
The Guardian
Adam Peaty surprised even himself after improving his own 50 metres breaststroke world record by almost half a second in one day at the world championships in Budapest on Tuesday. The Olympic champion won 100m breaststroke gold on Monday's ...
Adam Peaty sets second 50m breaststroke world record in dayBBC Sport

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Science Magazine

Why so much of the world is stuck in a 'poverty trap'
Science Magazine
Now, for the first time, scientists have found a way to determine the root causes of this “poverty trap”: Disease, whether of humans, animals, or crops, tends to rob the world's poorest people of their livelihood, keeping them destitute regardless of ...



Scientific American

The World May Have Less Time to Address Climate Change Than Scientists Thought
Scientific American
The temperature baseline used in the Paris climate agreement may have discounted an entire century's worth of human-caused global warming, a new study has found. Countries in the Paris climate agreement set a target of keeping warming below 2 ...

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