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The Great Pumpkin Shortage: Stormy Summer Limits Supply In Northeast The Great Pumpkin Shortage: Stormy Summer Limits Supply In Northeast As much as we hate to admit we need pumpkins — NewsFeed answers to no vegetable — this time of year we really do. Unfortunately for those of you in the Northeast, pumpkins might not be so readily available for your Halloweening needs. Thanks to Tropical Storm Irene and an especially stormy summer, there are severe reported shortages in pumpkin crops across the region as bad weather conditions have led to higher numbers of rotten vegetables.
Spin Up The Clouds: Sky Spirals, Explained : The Picture Show Spin Up The Clouds: Sky Spirals, Explained : The Picture Show Heard Island is a very remote place. About two-thirds of the way between Madagascar and Antarctica, deep in the Indian Ocean, the ice-covered island boasts a population of zero and a 9,006-foot volcanic peak. And on a cloudy day, if we zoom out — way out, as only NASA can do — we see that the lonely island can make its mark in the skies. NASA/GSFC/Jeff Schmaltz/MODIS Land Rapid Response Team This photo, added to NASA's Flickr feed on Monday, shows how wind blowing across Heard Island hits the mountain and leaves vortices in its wake.
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VIDEO: Oops, Or How A $1.5M Ferrari Ends Up In The Ocean : The Two-Way Today, the Canadian press picked up on a video that seems to have been making the rounds on car sites for a few days. Here's how the Toronto Sun introduces it: Zahir Rana wanted to give spectators at the Targa Newfoundland rally a show they'd never forget — he did just that after putting a $1.5 million Ferrari into the Atlantic Ocean.The Calgary-based car connoisseur and owner of ZR Auto was manoeuvring a 2003 Ferrari Edo Enzo — one of only 400 ever made — around a corner last Thursday, halfway through the week-long rally in Marystown, N.L., and landed the 840-horsepower high-priced supercar in the drink. The good news: No one was hurt. VIDEO: Oops, Or How A $1.5M Ferrari Ends Up In The Ocean : The Two-Way
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Veggies May Outpower Genes When It Comes to Heart Disease - - TIME Healthland Veggies May Outpower Genes When It Comes to Heart Disease - - TIME Healthland We know that eating lots of fruits and vegetables is good for the heart, but can a healthy diet really overcome the effect of genes that boost your risk for heart problems? Yes, it can, according to researchers in Canada who studied data on more than 27,000 people to figure out which contributes more to the risk of heart disease: environment or genes. The researchers focused on a group of people with specific genetic variants that are known to increase the risk of heart disease.
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A new survey of admissions officers released today by Inside Higher Ed, a news site for higher education professionals, shows that sometimes your worst thoughts about how colleges make admission decisions are right. The survey found that in a cash-strapped environment, universities are paying more attention to whether a student can pay their own way and will pay more to attend the school. "Among all four-year institutions, the admissions strategy judged most important over the next two or three years — driven by high figures in the public sector — was the recruitment of more out-of-state students (who at public institutions pay significantly more)," the survey finds. Survey: Universities Increasingly Admitting Students Based On Wealth : The Two-Way Survey: Universities Increasingly Admitting Students Based On Wealth : The Two-Way
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The Milk Carton Kids: The Sweet Spot The Milk Carton Kids: The Sweet Spot hide captionWith "There By Your Side," The Milk Carton Kids' members make feel-better music — and who doesn't want to feel better? Courtesy of the artist With "There By Your Side," The Milk Carton Kids' members make feel-better music — and who doesn't want to feel better?
Grading the GOP Candidates on Education Grading the GOP Candidates on Education Given how preoccupied everyone is with the economy, education is even less of an issue in this presidential campaign than usual. Most of the Republican candidates do not even include education positions on their websites. And the two GOP heavyweights who have garnered the best reviews from education reformers on both sides of the aisle are not even in the race: former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is sitting the campaign out, and former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty dropped out after finishing a disappointing third in the Iowa straw poll. But as President Obama gets ready to put the debate about how to reform No Child Left Behind on the front burner (he's planning a big speech at the White House for this Friday), the GOP candidates can't avoid education forever. As some start to drop hints about what their education plans might look like, here's a handicapper's guide to the leading contenders and their views — and record — on education.
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Google Head Denies Thwarting Rivals Google Head Denies Thwarting Rivals hide captionGoogle Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee's Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights Subcommittee on Wednesday. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee's Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights Subcommittee on Wednesday. Google Inc. Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt told a Senate panel Wednesday that the company faces tough competition and isn't using its dominance in Internet search to stifle competitors.
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Articles of Faith: Is Obama Really Losing His Jewish Support? Tell me where you’ve heard this before: Jewish voters are unhappy with Barack Obama. He’s seen as insufficiently supportive of Israel. There are questions about whether he can win enough Jewish votes to carry key states. If you guessed “during the 2008 Democratic primaries,” then ding, ding, ding! Articles of Faith: Is Obama Really Losing His Jewish Support?
Boos Heard At GOP Debate After Gay Soldier Asks About 'Don't Ask' : The Two-Way Hill: "In 2010, when I was deployed to Iraq, I had to lie about who I was, because I'm a gay soldier, and I didn't want to lose my job. "My question is, under one of your presidencies, do you intend to circumvent the progress that's been made for gay and lesbian soldiers in the military?" Santorum: "Yeah, I — I would say, any type of sexual activity has absolutely no place in the military.
This audio is no longer available. hide captionNirvana's Kurt Cobain (right), pictured with Flea, wears a Daniel Johnston T-shirt at the 1992 MTV Video Music Awards. Kevin Mazur/London Features/Courtesy of Sony Pictures Nirvana's Kurt Cobain (right), pictured with Flea, wears a Daniel Johnston T-shirt at the 1992 MTV Video Music Awards. When was the last time a musician's tastes had a commanding presence in pop culture? 50 Artists Who Inspired Kurt Cobain
New Girl Scout Badges Offer Different Choices To Smart Cookies : Monkey See hide caption The "Digital Movie Maker" badge. Girl Scouts of America Today on All Things Considered, Alisha Niehaus of the Girl Scouts of the USA talks to host Guy Raz about a big update: For the first time in a quarter-century, they've completely overhauled the system of badges that Scouts can earn. There are badges that haven't changed much — in a press release, the organization calls the Cook, Athlete and Naturalist badges "as relevant today as they were in 1912." But Digital Movie Maker?
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