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Proud Mom • Chitara, a Bengal tigress who gave birth to four cubs at the Guadalajara Zoo, goes for a run on October 5. According to the AFP News Agency, Chitara gave birth to the cubs on July 3 and they were first shown to public two days later. The father? Albert.
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Ivermectin: ‘Bogus’ or ‘Miracle Drug?’ • Separating science from politics is tough—especially when the public and politicians are looking over scientists’ shoulders
Bashar Is Back • In a triumph over the U.S., Syrian leader BASHAR AL-ASSAD, a long-time political pariah, is now reclaiming a place on the world stage
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Global Craft Beers to Wet Your Whistle • A beer glass can provide a lens through which we learn about the world—a lens that opens to reveal experiences, cultures, customs and characters. Beer has been forever evolving and progressing, changing with technology and trends for hundreds of years, and never have those changes happened more rapidly than right now, with more breweries, more beers and more styles than ever before. From a Colorado Pilsner Slow Pour that requires over 24 hours to fill its fermenter to a Chinese Double IPA which costs less as the air quality worsens, here’s but a small sampling of beer expert Mark Dredge’s favorites featured in his new book.
‘A Little Black Girl from Texas’ • Singer Mickey Guyton is blazing a trail for country music to embrace more artists of color. It’s taken 10 years of hard work and detours for her to break through