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After a bitter primary battle that culminated with Ted Cruz being booed off the stage at the Republican National Convention, the Texas senator says he will vote for Donald Trump.

In a 741-word Facebook post Friday, Cruz wrote that he made the decision because he wants to "keep his word" to vote for the Republican nominee and because he finds Hillary Clinton "wholly unacceptable."

Det første dødsfald skete om natten den 9. januar.

Det var en lørdag. Pele Kristiansen brugte formiddagen på at sidde hjemme og drikke øl med sin ældre bror, hvilket ikke var så udsædvanligt. Der var ikke meget arbejde i byen. Mange folk drak. Om eftermiddagen hørte de nogen, som bankede på døren og råbte.

"Isbjørn! Der er en isbjørn!"

På den frosne fjord nogle kilometer væk kunne de se isbjørnen. I Arktis er jagt — på bjørne, rensdyr, sæler og fugle — en vigtig del af inuitternes liv, også i dag.

Isbjørnen kom i retning af byen.

As officials in Charlotte, N.C., consider when, if, and how to release video of the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott earlier this week, lawyers for the family have released what they say is eyewitness video taken by Scott's wife.

When Harry Selker was working as a cardiologist in the 1970s, clot-busting drugs were showing great promise against heart attacks. But their life-saving properties were very time sensitive. "If you give it within the first hour it has a 47 percent reduction of mortality; if you wait another hour, it has a 28 percent reduction; another hour, 23 percent. And people were taking about 90 minutes to make that decision," he recalls. "So they were losing the opportunity to save patients' lives."

Who Is Responsible For That Pile Of Poop?

Sep 23, 2016

A group of villagers walks through Jiling, in the Nuwakot district of central Nepal, with eyes glued to the ground. They cut narrow paths around rice fields and yield to goats until they find what they are looking for: A brown, stinky, fly-covered pile.

"It's poop," laughs 40-year-old Chandra Kumari. Human poop.

Leading the expedition is Sanjaya Devkota, who works for the U.N. Habitat through the Global Sanitation Fund. He asks who's responsible for the offending pile.

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