Day

September 1, 2015
In a laboratory at Boston Children’s Hospital a cure for genetic deafness is taking shape. Lead researcher Jeff Holt says that if all goes as planned, children of the future who lose their ability to hear due to genetic mutation will never go deaf. Holt and his fellow researchers are attacking the problem at its...
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Mexico’s government withheld hundreds of millions of dollars in tax refunds owed to Procter & Gamble, Unilever, and Colgate combined as it sought to coax them and other multinationals to pay more income tax locally, according to people close to the talks. After luring foreign companies with corporate tax breaks for years, Mexico moved to boost...
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The city of Puerto Vallarta will celebrate World Tourism Day on September 27th with activities for both tourists and residents showcasing the area’s art, culture, and food. The city’s Director of Tourism, Oscar Perez Flores, announced this year’s celebration will be for two days (September 27-28) and will include many of the area’s service providers...
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President Barack Obama is painting a doomsday scenario for the Arctic and beyond if climate change isn’t dealt with fast: entire nations submerged underwater, cities abandoned and refugees fleeing in droves as conflict breaks out across the globe. It’s a harrowing image of a future that Obama insists is inevitable unless the world follows his...
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Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto’s approval rating sank to a new low in a poll released on Tuesday, as the embattled leader faces a struggling economy and a litany of security and conflict of interest scandals that have undercut his support. The president’s approval stands at a low of 35 percent, down from 40 percent...
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