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REPORT: Trump's Communications with Foreign Leader Are Part of Whistleblower Complaint That Prompted Standoff Between Acting DNI and Congress
GOP Senate Plans Vote to Outsource College Graduate America
September 19th - 2019 Presidential Politics - Trump Administration Day #973
Trump Hits Back At Lindsey Graham: If You Think It Was Weak Not To Bomb Iran, Remind Yourself How Iraq Turned Out; Update: Bolton Rips Trump Policy At Private Event
Improving the cacao genome and phytozome
In 2010, a draft first genome of Theobroma cacao—the tree that produces cacao beans—was released by a Mars, Inc.-led consortium through the Cacao Genome Database project.
7/22/2019 8:19 PM EST
Scientists identify bioactive compounds in cacao pods to develop drugs to combat skeletal disorders
An international team of researchers, led by the University of Granada (UGR) in Spain, has successfully isolated a bioactive compound present in cocoa bean extract that has proven effective in...
5/13/2019 6:25 AM EST
Traces of drinks made from cacao are found in 3,900 year old pottery in South America
| Tim Collins For Mailonline
Ancient people in South America may have developed a taste for hot chocolate 1,500 years before the Mexicans began growing the plant, a new study suggests. It had been thought cacao was grown by...
10/29/2018 5:14 PM EST
Evidence of Early Cacao Use Found in Ecuador
VANCOUVER, CANADA—The Guardian reports that members of the Mayo Chinchipe culture, who lived in what is now Ecuador, made a beverage with the seeds of the cacao tree about 1,500 years earlier than...
10/29/2018 4:54 PM EST
The birth of chocolate: Researchers find the cacao tree first appeared 3,600 years ago
| Mark Prigg For Dailymail.com
Cultivated cacao trees first emerged 3,600 years ago, researchers have found. A team analyzing the genomes of the tree traced their origin to a 'single domestication event'.
10/25/2018 5:52 PM EST
Cacao analysis dates the dawn of domesticated chocolate trees to 3,600 years ago
"This evidence increases our understanding of how humans moved and established in America," said Omar Cornejo, a Washington State University population geneticist and lead author of an article on the...
10/24/2018 1:16 PM EST
Ravaged by a poorly studied disease, cacao trees are dying
Picture this: It's Valentine's Day, and you head out to buy some pralines. Except you can't find any. No matter which store you visit, gummy bears and hard candy have taken the place on the shelves...
2/15/2018 10:51 AM EST
Stop snorting chocolate: FDA warns getting high on cacao powder could cause asthma attacks
| Natalie Rahhal For Dailymail.com
The FDA has issued a warning snorting chocolate powder can cause serious health problems and encourages minors to do illicit drugs. Launched earlier this year, Coco Loko is a chocolate powder - or...
12/12/2017 5:35 PM EST
Strong Families Share Mission
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A new book from a Vatican journalist, for Vatican journalists
Vatican City, Sep 19, 2019 / 12:00 am (CNA).- A book on papal...
7 Invisible Weapons for Effective Ministry
What makes ministry effective? How are people changed? What methods should we use?...
New report on Amazon mafias draws on church-collected data on rural violence
ROME - Signaling a topic likely to surface during...
The Arizona Supreme Court Strikes a Powerful Blow for Free Speech and Religious Freedom
The court stated: “Ultimately, the City’s...
Google chases businesses to maintain its payments lead in India
Google on Thursday said it is bringing its mobile payments...
New algorithms shown to accelerate biopharmaceutical process
Biopharmaceuticals are necessary, life-saving tools. But the...
Private search engine Qwant’s new CEO is Mozilla Europe veteran Tristan Nitot
French startup Qwant, whose non-tracking...
Researchers find way to study proteins moving (relatively) slowly
Proteins are the workhorses of our bodies. They keep our...
Denis Villeneuve Was Free to Put “Personal Stamp” on ‘Dune,’ Stellan Skarsgard Promises
Denis Villeneuve‘s Dune cast can’t stop...
It Will Be a Miracle if Brooke Survives the Entire American Horror Story: 1984 Season
Welcome to the 80s, kids! Which, if...
How Meghan Markle Has Changed Royal Family Fashion
Meghan Markle continues to showcase her fab, chic fashion that may or may...
The Best Crime Shows on Amazon Prime
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‘American Horror Story’ Recap: Welcome to ‘Camp Redwood’
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Sofia Vergara shops in black sweater and distressed denims in Beverly Hills
She's back filming the sitcom that made her a...
LED Flame Bulb!
This LED Flame Lamp is a unique decorative Light Bulb. It has a simulated artificial moving flame that despite...
Wondrous Vintage People Mover!
This elevator-like device is called a Paternoster and it is still in use in some countries...
Raccoons Keep Calm and Carry On!
These cute raccoons appear to be waiting to be fed with the front one looking to keep every...
Rare "Dumbo" Octopus!
This octopus fans out its tentacles as if showing off while having its picture taken!
Subway in 1905 - New York City, NY!
This short glimpse into the past reveals a time radically different from today.
This Turkey Gives Out Hugs!
This turkey has a great strategy for avoiding being a Thanksgiving dinner - just give another way,...
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Kevin Spacey sex assault accuser dead
September 19th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #973
David Cameron woke up wondering what John Bercow would do 'to make my life **** today'
Donald Trump Signs, Shows Off Newly Constructed Wall on San Diego Border
Father-of-five, 38, jailed for three-and-a-half years after battering girlfriend