Cancer Detection Bra

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An 18-year-old from Mexico has invented of a bra that can help in the early detection of breast cancer. The bra, known as EVA, was created for women with genetic predisposition to cancer.

An 18-year-old student from Mexico has won the top prize at the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) for his invention of a bra that can help in the early detection of breast cancer. "The bra, otherwise known as EVA, was developed with three friends through his company Higia Technologies, and was created primarily for women with genetic predisposition to cancer."

The Bureau Investigates

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation is a domestic intelligence and security service, which serves as the nation's prime federal law enforcement agency.

Regardless of what we've heard from Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the past, The FBI walks softly and carries the US Constitution as the way to proceed. The FBI Director entered the line of fire on Capitol Hill and fired back on Russia, and the Clinton probes, but said little about the continuing investigation into The White House Russia ties and alleged lies.

Will Objective Journalism Return?

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WILL OLD-FASHIONED, OBJECTIVE JOURNALISM COME BACK? BY: GABE PRESSMAN

In this era when newspapers and television are overrun with people expressing opinions instead of news, forgive me for being nostalgic about the good old days when I grew up in print journalism.

We were told that every story had more than one side and our job was to get all sides into our story. That was defined by the editors and, later, in tv, by producers.

World Press Freedom

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Back in 2013, United Nations officials gathered to commemorate a day set aside for freedom of the press, although there are a growing number of countries, which are UN members but do not respect the press.

Freedom of the press is the solemn right to circulate opinions without censorship by the government. Americans have so far enjoyed a freedom of the press under the First Amendment to the Constitution.

No Laughing Matter

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An American celebrity's personal story about US healthcare hit close to home. The television host, comedian, writer, and executive producer of Jimmy Kimmel Live, a late-night ABC talk show shared his story about pre-existing conditions.

Jimmy Kimmel spotlights son's rare heart birth defect - ABC News - http://abcn.ws/2qp9tGg via @ABC

Jimmy Kimmel makes emotional pitch for covering pre-existing conditions http://www.cbsnews.com/news/jimmy-kimmel-makes-emotional-pitch-for-cover...

Orquestas Aragón & Broadway

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Joining forces to bring NYC another great performance May 13 @8P Concert Hall at Lehman College.

The importance of Orquesta Aragón to Cuban music is similar to that of the Duke Ellington Orchestra or the Count Basie Orchestra to American jazz. In the 1950s, Orquesta Aragón was signed to the American label RCA Victor and found great success internationally spearheading the first wave of Cuban cha-cha-cha and mambo mania that captivated American audiences. Then led by legendary violinist Rafael Lay, many historians cite this period as Orquesta Aragón’s apex. https://youtu.be/rONlPkU83L8?list=RDrONlPkU83L8

Tours of the U.S., Europe, and Latin America would ensue only to be interrupted by the politics and the Cuban blockade in the 1960s. 

Following renewed interest in Cuban Music in the 1990s, Orquesta Aragón would return to the United States for three successful tours beginning in 1999 including concerts at Carnegie Hall in New York, Orchestra Hall in Chicago, and Zellerbach Theatre in Berkeley. Their 1999 CD, La Charanga Eterna, marked the sixtieth anniversary of the band’s founding.

Also appearing, 
Orquesta Broadway which is a Cuban charanga style band that was founded in New York City in 1962 by flutist Eddy Zervigón and his brothers Rudy (violin) and Kelvin (piano) along with their neighbor Roberto Torres as their vocalist. https://youtu.be/rF59MuOU2lQ

ICE Cold?

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The number of "Bad Hombre" labels given to immigrant “criminals” who are being targeted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, should only apply to approximately half. From the total number who've been arrested during the latest detention and deportation raids. Half of those had traffic convictions, or no criminal records whatsoever, according to the federal government.

ICE data shows half of the immigrants arrested in raids had traffic convictions or no record. http://wapo.st/2oH4AZm?tid=ss_tw

Knowledge College

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The first day in May has been called National College Decision Day because it is a date when many colleges pressure students to put up a large amount of money next to where their mouths are.
If they wish to attend school this the fall, these institutions want to lock you into their web.

Most community colleges and some four-year institutions do not pressure students to adhere to this cutoff date. But if and when college award letters arrive, financial experts warn that prospective students should take a hard look at what's really being offered.

Dose Of News

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This is our world of real news and verifiable digital information content.

5 things you need to know Monday http://usat.ly/2pmDPIb

10 Things to Know for Today http://apne.ws/2pOkIIJ

Your Monday Briefing https://nyti.ms/2qoCLlM

Plus today's latest breaking news, sports, and over a dozen topics. http://breaking.doseofnews.com/

Must See TV

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April 30th marks the anniversary of the first scheduled television broadcast which featured Franklin D. Roosevelt's address to open the 1939 World’s Fair in New York.

The New York World's Fair opened as FDR became the first U.S. president to appear on television when he was shown on opening day at the New York World's Fair.

At the time, only few households owned the luxury of a television, so NBC positioned TVs around the NYC area for public access. Watch a clip of that historical first broadcast:

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