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Fugitive preacher who molested 13-year-old New Jersey boy arrested in Honduras

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Fugitive preacher who molested N.J. boy arrested in Honduras

An evangelical preacher wanted by authorities in New Jersey for sexually assaulting a 13-year-old boy and for allegedly molesting three older teens has been arrested in Central America, the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office said Sunday. Gregorio Martinez, whose flight from justice was chronicled in a special report by NJ Advance Media this spring, was detained in…

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Partisan divide creates different Americas, separate lives

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When people try to explain why the United States is so politically polarized now, they frequently refer to the concept of “echo chambers.”

That’s the idea that people on social media interact only with like-minded people, reinforcing each other’s beliefs. When people don’t encounter competing ideas, the argument goes, they become less willing to cooperate with political opponents.

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Ukrainian official confirms bombshell reports: ‘Clearly Trump is looking for kompromat on Biden’

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Ukraine's government is waiting for the green light from President Donald Trump to investigate business dealings by Joe Biden's son with one of the country's energy companies.

Anton Geraschenko, a senior adviser to the country’s interior minister, said there currently was no investigation under way, but he said the government would "look into it" as soon as the Trump administration officially asked for one, reported The Daily Beast.

Trump's conversations with a foreign leader were reportedly the subject of a whistleblower complaint that originated in the intelligence community, and there has been widespread speculation the calls involved Ukraine's president and assurances of U.S. aid in exchange for damaging information about Biden.

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An Alzheimer’s study used electrostimulation to evoke vivid memories – here’s what it could mean

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Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most dreaded diagnoses, and the fear is particularly acute among older people. This complex brain disorder, which usually affects older individuals, can cause many cognitive disabilities, most notably memory impairment.

About 5.7 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease. In addition, millions of loved ones and caregivers are affected, with some estimates indicating there are as many as 16 million unpaid caregivers.

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