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Interest rates expected to be held at 5.25%: Despite inflation falling to 2%, experts are expecting interest rates to be held at a 16-year high.
NHS election plans unconvincing - health experts: The health budget faces a £38bn shortfall by 2030, putting plans to tackle the backlog and improve the NHS at risk.
Harman wants zero tolerance of sexual harassment by MPs: Harriet Harman wants to see men call out fellow MPs if they see harassment happening in Parliament.
Constance Marten and Mark Gordon jury discharged: Ms Marten, 37, and Mr Gordon, 50, denied manslaughter by gross negligence of their baby Victoria.

PM says he will apologize for First Nations child welfare discrimination: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets Assembly of First Nations National Chief Cindy Woodhouse Nepinak on March 5, 2024 in Ottawa.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to publicly apologize for the discrimination faced by First Nations children and their families because of the federal government’s child welfare policies, CBC News has learned.

Alberta RCMP say 2 B.C. cases may match serial killer's method: Old photograph of long-haired, bearded man with a purple sweater and a pipe.

In May, the Alberta RCMP Historical Homicide Unit linked Gary Allen Srery to the deaths of four young women in Calgary in the 1970s. Srery died in an Idaho State prison in 2011 while serving a sentence for violent sexual crimes. Now, police believe he may be linked to unsolved murders in B.C.

Public hearing ordered for Vancouver police officer accused of sexual misconduct by officers and students: A bald white man wears headphones and speaks to a computer in an office space.

The Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner in British Columbia has called its first- ever public hearing into allegations of sexualized misconduct against a Vancouver police officer.

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How Our Brain Produces Language and Thought, According to Neuroscientists: A group of neuroscientists argue that our words are primarily for communicating, not for reasoning.

Summer Solstice 2024: Why It’s the Longest Day of the Year: We have Earth’s off-kilter tilt to thank for the summer solstice, as well as the different seasons.

On Titan Submersible Anniversary, World Rethinks Deep Sea Exploration: A year after the first deaths of divers who ventured into the ocean’s sunless depths, an industry wrestles with new challenges for piloted submersibles and robotic explorers.

A Tale of Two Nearly Extinct Giant Salamanders: While trying to save large amphibians native to Japan, herpetologists in the country unexpectedly found a way to potentially save an even bigger species in China.

How A.I. Is Revolutionizing Drug Development: In high-tech labs, workers are generating data to train A.I. algorithms to design better medicine, faster. But the transformation is just getting underway.

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The oldest known human art is also the oldest known human attempt to record Nature.  This painting is 34,000 years old and was found in the Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave, which is the subject of Werner Herzog’s film: Cave of Forgotten Dreams. Herzog used a 3D camera to capture how the shapes of the walls were incorporated into the paintings.

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