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Roses Damask'd Are Dying in Syria
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, crime, culture, environment, ethics, humans, interesting, rights, society, world )

- 12 hours ago -
Used for perfumes, rose water; and for flavoring sweets like Turkish Delight, Syria's famed Damask Rose, once championed by romanticists like William Shakespeare, is experiencing hard times due to the ongoing war in its native land.
B.C. Government Orders Wildlife Rehabber to Collar Controversial Orphaned Bear Cubs
Animals  (tags: society, protection, rescued, bears, offbeat, wild animals, animal welfare, conservation, environment )

- 12 hours ago -
The non-profit North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre, which has no experience with radio-collaring bears, is also being ordered to pay the full costs of the collars.
What the Media and Congress Are Missing on Zika and Poverty
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Zika Virus )

- 12 hours ago -
What began as coordinating a response to Zika that is rooted in smart public health policy and caring for our fellow citizens became a funding fight on Capitol Hill .
Unions and the Sanders/Clinton Split
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Unions and Democrats )

- 12 hours ago -
Fred Mason, head of the Maryland/DC AFL-CIO, says unions struggle against anti-worker legislation in Annapolis despite its overwhelmingly Democratic Senate and House of Delegates
A Field of 300,000 Crocheted Poppies Takes Over the Chelsea Flower Show
Offbeat  (tags: photos, pictures, interesting, society, culture, off-beat, news )

- 3 minutes ago -
300,000 crocheted poppies which recognizes those who have served in war
Mysterious Mass Graves Hold Prisoners of Bloody 17th-Century Battle
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

- 11 hours ago -
Three years ago, archaeologists at Durham University began excavating a site on campus for a proposed addition to the school's library, but work was unexpectedly halted when the researchers uncovered remnants of two mass graves.
Swarms of Octopus Are Taking Over the Oceans
Animals  (tags: Cephalopods )

- 11 hours ago -
If an intelligent race of tentacled underwater beings winds up outmaneuvering us and taking over the planet, we canâEUR(TM)t say there werenâEUR(TM)t warning signs.
Topper Site Find Reveals People Were Here Long Before Previously Thought
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

- 11 hours ago -
People were burning fires at a quarry near the Savannah River as far back as 50,000 years ago. That would have been before the worst of the last Ice Age and millennia before South Carolina is thought to have been inhabited....
The Labor Market Is Still Far From Ideal for Young Graduates
Business  (tags: Students and the Economy )

- 11 hours ago -
Young high school graduates of color have higher unemployment rates than their white peers
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