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The most buzzed-about science findings of 2018 include advice on dieting, drinking, and saving the planet. Here are the top 10.

the most buzzed-about science findings of 2018 include advice on dieting, drinking, and saving the planet. here are the top 10.
· *In 2018, scientists around the world published studies about a wide range of new discoveries.* · *Their research uncovered new truths about what's best for human health, how we're impacting our..
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Local Ingredients Are Key To Chef José Andrés' Disaster Relief Meals

local ingredients are key to chef josé andrés' disaster relief meals
Watch VideoChef José Andrés' natural disaster approach taps into his culinary background. He's already used to using local ingredients, transporting hot meals with food t rucks and feeding hundreds..
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WCBI NEWS AT 10 PM 12/15/2018 [Video]WCBI NEWS AT 10 PM 12/15/2018 

WCBI NEWS AT 10 PM 12/15/2018

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How Chef José Andrés Takes On Disaster Relief [Video]How Chef José Andrés Takes On Disaster Relief  03:21

We sit down with chef José Andrés to talk about what food means to people's recovery.

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David Begnaud on overcoming Tourette's syndrome [Video]David Begnaud on overcoming Tourette's syndrome  04:23

CBS News's David Begnaud made a national name for himself as a champion of the people of Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, but now he's got a new mission – showing people with..

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David Begnaud on Interviewing Lin-Manuel Miranda: ‘You Get Every Ounce of Heart’ [Video]David Begnaud on Interviewing Lin-Manuel Miranda: ‘You Get Every Ounce of Heart’  03:29

PLUS: How David and Lin-Manuel connected over Hurricane Maria.

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University of Evansville Students Raising Money For Solar Panels At Rosa Bell College In Puerto Rico [Video]University of Evansville Students Raising Money For Solar Panels At Rosa Bell College In Puerto Rico 

University of Evansville Students Raising Money For Solar Panels At Rosa Bell College In Puerto Rico

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NASA's Stunning Black Marble Maps Show Puerto Rico's Energy Use Post-Hurricane Maria [Video]NASA's Stunning Black Marble Maps Show Puerto Rico's Energy Use Post-Hurricane Maria  02:10

Here's what Puerto Rico's energy use looked like after Hurricane Maria.

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David Begnaud on overcoming Tourette's syndrome

CBS News's David Begnaud made a national name for himself as a champion of the people of Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, but now he's got a new mission – showing people with..
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Congress should exempt Puerto Rico from shipping law, ABA House says

A nearly century-old shipping regulation is hampering Puerto Rico's economic and physical recovery in the wake of Hurricane Maria last year, and Congress should enact…
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Maria’s Far-Reaching Effects On Puerto Rico’s Watersheds And Forests

With fierce winds and flooding rains, hurricanes can be disasters for people — and for ecosystems. These devastating storms have major effects on tropical forests, demolishing tree canopies and..
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Puerto Rico to hire crews to fix streetlights after Maria

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico's power company says it plans to hire private firms to repair some 106,000 streetlights across the U.S. territory that remain in the dark more than a year..
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Kathy Kraninger's Confirmation Casts Doubt On CFPB Future

kathy kraninger's confirmation casts doubt on cfpb future
Watch VideoThe confirmation of White House official Kathy Kraninger as head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has reignited debate over one of Washington's most controversial..
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New look at Puerto Rico post-Hurricane Maria

Two new research efforts delve into Hurricane Maria's far-reaching effects on the island's forests and on its residents' energy and electricity access.
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Puerto Rican scientists work to save endangered parrots after Maria

As islanders continue to rebuild their lives after last year's hurricane Maria, scientists are focusing on preserving wild species like the Puerto Rican parrot. More than half of the vulnerable species..
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Hurricane Maria Destroyed Hundreds Of Puerto Rican Graves. The Caskets Haven’t Been Reburied

'The town can't take this anymore'
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The Cooper Companies Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2018 Results

PLEASANTON, Calif., Dec. 06, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Cooper Companies, Inc. (NYSE: COO) today announced financial results for the fiscal fourth quarter and full year ended October 31, 2018.·..
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News Brief: Huawei CFO, USA Gymnastics, Hurricane Damages Puerto Rican Tombs

Canadian authorities arrest the CFO of one of China's largest companies. The organization overseeing U.S. gymnastics files for bankruptcy. A Puerto Rican cemetery remains closed after Hurricane Maria.
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'My Father Is In There': Anguish Builds In Puerto Rico Mountains Over Decimated Tombs

The damage to 1,800 tombs in the Lares Municipal Cemetery was so extensive — and so horrifying — that health officials locked the cemetery gates after Hurricane Maria. They haven't been reopened.
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Hurricane Maria's economic impact on Puerto Rico: At least $43 billion, possibly as high as $159 billion

There's disagreement about the economic impact Hurricane Maria had on Puerto Rico, but by any measure the island is a long ways from prosperity.
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Report: Maria had $43B impact on Puerto Rico's economy

A report from Puerto Rico's government says Hurricane Maria had a $43 billion impact on the U.S. territory's economy, $1 billion more than originally estimated.
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