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Survey reveals much about health of Toronto youth

Toronto Star    The kids are all right… Well, sort of. Toronto Public Health has just released the results of its first ever comprehensive school-based survey. According to the Healthy Futures report, adolescents across the city are doing drugs, having sex, and spending way too much time idling in front of electronic devices.

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Vista Gold Corp. Announces 2014 Results and Provides Update on Recent Activities

PR Newswire    DENVER, March 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Vista Gold Corp. (the "Company," "we" or "our") (NYSE MKT and TSX: VGZ) today announced its audited financial results and highlights for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2014.

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Pallone says FEMA should notify Hurricane Sandy victims of fraud allegations

NJ.com    WASHINGTON — The Federal Emergency Management Agency should tell Hurricane Sandy victims of ongoing allegations of fraud and make sure they get they get the information they need to challenge any rejected claims, Rep.

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As Congress Passes 'Clean' DHS Bill, Immigration Fight Heads to Courts Led By Texas and Joe Arpaio

Latin Times    Congress funded the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Tuesday through the end of the fiscal year with a ‘clean’ bill that did not require any changes in executive immigration policy. The vote passed 257-167, with only 75 members of the Republican majority voting in favor.

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Ronda Rousey Can't Defeat A 'Good Man,' McCall Says

International Business Times    It only took Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey 14 seconds to defend her title against Cat Zingano in their UFC bout Saturday. After the slaughter in the Octagon, commentator Joe Rogan said the champion probably could defeat half of the men in UFC bantamweight division, but UFC flyweight contender Ian McCall disagreed.

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Indian Food Is Apparently Superior: Study

Medical Daily    Two computer scientists think they’ve figured out why some of us would enjoy Indian food for dinner every night if we could. Anupam Jaina, Rakhi N Kb, and Ganesh Bagler of the Indian Institute for Technology in Jodhpur downloaded more than 2,500 recipes from popular online database TarlaDalal.com.

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David Petraeus, Hillary Clinton and the Perils of Email

Newsweek    The New York Times’s scoop that Hillary Clinton used her personal email account for her digital correspondence as Secretary of State has a lot to do with David Petraeus’s plea deal for leaking classified material.

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Infinite Hearts and Coins Await You Using this Pokemon Shuffle Hack

iDigital Times    Pokémon Shuffle has reached a million downloads on Nintendo’s eShop and is a very addicting Candy Crush-esque puzzle game that takes some of the most popular elements of the Pokémon franchise. However, like Candy Crush and similar free-to-play games there are a ton of microtransactions that can hinder the enjoyment of the game as you will have to wait 30 minutes to replenish one heart to complete a puzzle.

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Behind Supreme Court’s Obamacare Case, A Secretive Society’s Hidden Hand

ProPublica    The Supreme Court has no shortage of potentially precedent-shattering cases on its docket this term. But the one the justices are hearing tomorrow, King v. Burwell, could be the most consequential. King focuses on the issue of whether low-income people who get insurance under the Affordable Care Act’s federal exchanges are entitled to tax subsidies.

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Netanyahu urges global unity against Iran's 'terror'

Al Jazeera    Netanyahu’s supporters in Israel and the US have lots to celebrate after his speech to Congress. The prime minister sounded bold, confident and resolute. He defended what they perceive as Israel’s case against Iran, by detailing Tehran’s schemes and transgressions in the region and beyond, and elaborated on why the Iranian regime is incurable and hence any deal is a bad deal with a bad regime.

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Nigeria's Boko Haram releases beheading video echoing Islamic State

GlobalPost    Nigeria's Islamist sect Boko Haram released a video purporting to show it beheading two men, its first online posting using advanced graphics and editing techniques reminiscent of footage from Islamic State.

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