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Gutter ball: Michigan man finds 160 bowling balls under home

A Michigan man made a striking discovery under his house when he went to demolish his back stairs: about 160 bowling balls. David Olson, 33, said he found one ball

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N’Keal Harry requests a trade

Earlier on Tuesday, Patriots wide receiver N’Keal Harry was named as a player in danger of not making the roster by Mike Reiss of ESPN. As it turns out, Harry

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Bone marrow-derived fibrin clot is better source for meniscal repair

While this isn’t the fountain of youth, scientists may have improved healing in joints—even in areas that become weaker with age. The meniscus is a durable, yet flexible tissue found

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Argentina says 15% global minimum corporate tax rate ‘too low’

A G7 proposal for a global minimum tax rate of 15% is too low and a rate of at least 21% is needed, Argentina’s finance minister said on Monday, leading

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Internal Apple survey shows concern about hybrid work model

An internal survey designed by Apple employees shows respondents want the option to work from home and fear their colleagues may have to leave if the company forces people back

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Unopened Legend of Zelda game from 1987 sells for $870,000

An unopened copy of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda that was made in 1987 has sold at auction for $870,000. Heritage Auctions in Dallas said the video game sold Friday.

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Packers will open 13 training camp practices to the public

There will be plenty of eyes on whether quarterback Aaron Rodgers reports to Packers training camp in time for the team’s first practice of the summer and many of them

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New test targets super-recognisers, high-performing facial recognition individuals

Psychologists from UNSW Sydney have developed a new face identification ability test that will help find facial recognition experts for a variety of police and government agencies, including contract tracing.

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Euro zone banks suffering from weakening credit quality: ECB

Banks in the euro zone are already recording a drop in credit quality and this trend is likely to accelerate once government support measures are removed, European Central Bank Vice

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Porsche recalls Taycans over sudden power loss problem

Porsche is recalling its first EV, the Taycan, to fix an issue where some cars suddenly lose power while in motion. The automaker has already sold around 43,000 Taycans globally

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