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Saturday, May 30, 2015
World's No. 1 spelling bee ends in a tie — again
The world's premier spelling bee ended in a tie Thursday in the U.S. for a second year in a row after an intense 10-round showdown between two young contestants who tackled some of the English language's most obscure words.
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The University of Oxford said Thursday that it had nominated a female vice-chancellor for the first time in its history, naming terrorism expert Professor Louise Richardson to the chief executive role.
2015/5/30
The University of Oxford said Thursday that it had nominated a female vice-chancellor for the first time in its history, naming terrorism expert Professor Louise Richardson to the chief executive role.
2015/5/30
It was a stirring moment Thursday when the military band struck up "God Save the Queen" and Queen Elizabeth II appeared on the garden steps of Buckingham Palace next to her husband, Prince Philip.
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Friday, May 29, 2015
US farm lets orphaned or abandoned horses thrive
Orphaned, unwanted and some only days old, these fragile foals will need a lot of tender, attentive care to survive. At The Last Chance Corral, they get that opportunity to live and grow without their mothers. The 2.75-acre (one-hectare) horse rescue farm says it has saved thousands of foals and full-grown horses over the past three decades.
2015/5/29
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Horses return to Mackinac Island in rite of spring
Horses do the heavy lifting on Mackinac Island, hauling people and cargo across the car-free tourist destination in northern Michigan.
2015/5/27
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
British designer growing trees into furniture
Deep in the British countryside, there's a bizarre sight: rows of trees being grown into upside-down chairs, slowly taking shape over years of careful nurturing.
2015/5/26
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Air France will continue to transport live monkeys for laboratory testing, the airline's CEO Alexandre de Juniac said at an Air-France-KLM shareholders' meeting held as animal rights activists protested nearby.
2015/5/23
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China's mega-tours draw attention abroad, critique at home
All-expenses-paid trips to reward top salespeople aren't unusual, but direct marketing companies that are the Chinese versions of Amway, Avon and Herbalife are taking it to an extreme by sending thousands abroad on package tours.
2015/5/23
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Parents who say their children's music is dumb might have a point. A new study finds that the average hit song has lyrics at a third grader's reading level.
2015/5/21
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