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Senator Tammy Duckworth makes history by taking baby to work

Ten-day-old Maile's debut on the august chamber floor comes a day after senators quashed a baby ban.

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Here's how you can be spurred to protect the planet on Earth Day

NatGeo WILD will mark Earth Day 2018 with a show that reveals the beauty of the planet in hopes of inspiring viewers to protect it.        

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April mini heatwave 2018 - how long we can expect warm British weather to last

Temperatures are set to soar to 28C (82F) in some parts on Thursday, making it the warmest April day in nearly 70 years.

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Macron facing big day of protests over reforms

Thousands of people are expected to march in protest at French President Emmanuel Macron's reforms as rail strikes and student protests continue to shake the country.

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Poland marks 75th anniversary of uprising in Warsaw Ghetto

People in Warsaw are pinning paper daffodils to their clothes as the Polish capital begins a day of commemorations on the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.

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Delta Airline plane bound for London makes emergency landing as smoke pours from engine – days after mid-air explosion on Southwest flight

A DELTA Airlines plane was filmed with smoke pouring from its engine – in another terrifying mid-air drama. The dramatic fire was published on social media just one day after a passenger was killed after an engine blew on a Southwest Airlines flight

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Duchess of Cornwall hails The Archers in helping to lift 'shroud of silence' about domestic abuse

It brought the issue of coercive control into the nation’s sitting rooms, with the slow-burning story of Helen and Rob unfolding day by chilling day.

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Who is Miguel Diaz-Canel?

Before becoming the heir apparent to Cuban President Raul Castro, when Miguel Díaz-Canel was still climbing his way up the ranks of the Communist Party hierarchy in the island's provinces, he earned a nickname that stuck with him: "Día y Noche," or Day

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Anzac Day 2018 – what is it and how is it marked at the Australia war memorial in Hyde Park Corner in London?

MILLIONS of Australians and New Zealanders will be celebrating Anzac Day next week! But when did the event start and how do people celebrate the day? Here is what we know… What is Anzac Day? Anzac Day is an Australian national day of remembrance. It

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Heatwave tragedy as 5-year-old girl dies when she is swept out to sea in Dorset 

A five-year-old girl has been swept to her death during a day out at the seaside.

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OPCW: Fact-finding team still outside Syria's Douma

Watchdog says any deployment will have to receive security clearance, a day after UN team comes under fire in Douma.

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When is Earth Day 2018, what is this year’s theme and how can you help reduce plastic litter and pollution?

IT’S the planet we live on and is home to more than six billion humans and countless other animals and plants. But with climate change and pollution endangering planet Earth, people are being implored to help protect the fragile environment –

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A sex worker reveals what life is like working in a London brothel run by an ex-police officer

Flickr/LeRamz A former detective opened a brothel in a two-bedroom flat in central London.  One sex worker, called Louise, revealed she sees eight or nine clients on a busy day, with each charged $100 per half hour. She says brothels should be

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Cuban National Assembly to elect new leader, announce Raul Castro's replacement

Cuba's National Assembly will elect a new president on Wednesday and announce the replacement for Raul Castro the next day.

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Justin Trudeau wants 'seamless' UK trade deal after Brexit

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants a deal that will "flip over the day after Brexit".

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The IRS just pushed back the deadline to file taxes by one day after its website crashed on Tax Day

The Internal Revenue Service said the Tax Day deadline for Americans to submit tax filings will be pushed back to Wednesday after a technical glitch hit the agency on Tuesday. The IRS said that people could still file their taxes to services like TurboTax

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Elon Musk is reportedly upping the stakes on Model 3 production

Bryan Logan/Business Insider Tesla CEO Elon Musk wants to kick production of the Model 3 sedan into high gear, according to a report from Electrek published on Tuesday. Tesla is aiming to produce 6,000 Model 3 cars per week by the end of June to rea

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Anzac Day 2018: How the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign helped forge Australia's national identity

Anzac Day falls on April 25 each year and marks the anniversary of the landing by Australian and New Zealand troops at Gallipoli – in Turkey – in 1915.

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Israel, marking annual Memorial Day, comes to a standstill

Israel is marking its annual Memorial Day for fallen soldiers and victims of terrorism.

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You can buy Allbirds — Silicon Valley's favorite shoes — in 3 exclusive colors for Earth Day this week only

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Allbirds Allbirds — popular eco-friendly shoes made from super soft merino wool &mdash

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World Hemophilia Day 2018: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments Of Rare Disease

World Hemophilia Day is observed on April 17 — a day when organizations like World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) and the global hemophilia community get together to spread awareness about this rare genetic disease. The theme of World Hemophilia Day 20

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Laura Plummer latest – why was she jailed in Egypt, where is Cairo’s Al Qanater prison and what is Tramadol?

A BRIT shop assistant jailed for carrying painkillers into Egypt has been pictured for the first time since her arrest. Laura Plummer was found to have nearly 300 Tramadol pills in her suitcase and was jailed for three years on Boxing Day last year. Here&

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Russian journalist mysteriously dies in 'balcony fall' after masked men reportedly visit apartment building

A Russian investigative journalist, who drew national fame for his stories on Russian mercenaries being killed in Syria, mysteriously fell from his balcony and died a day after camouflaged “security forces” reportedly surrounded his building.

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Missing Dog Survives Freezing Weather, Harsh Environment For Nine Days Before Rescue

Benny, a beagle in New Zealand who went missing more than a week ago, was finally found by a massive search operation late on Sunday, Stuff reported. Hundreds of searchers, a helicopter and thermal imaging all had to work in concert to recover the dog, w

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UK weather: Britain to bask in 25C with Thursday set to be the hottest day of the year so far

Britain will bask in sunshine and warm temperatures this week as the country looks set to see the hottest day of the year so far.

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