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Poll: Europeans have little confidence in Trump

Europenas have little confidence in TrumpA survey of top European countries released Wednesday finds strong negative views of Donald Trump, along with confidence in President Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Among the 10 European nations included in the Pew Research Center poll, a median of just 9 percent of Europeans have confidence in Trump to "do the right thing on world affairs," while fully 85 percent have no confidence in the presumptive GOP presidential nominee.

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Scientists: Marijuana Can Help Deteriorate Alzheimer’s

Pot helps deteriorate AlzheimersSalk Institute scientists have found preliminary evidence that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other compounds found in marijuana can promote the cellular removal of amyloid beta, a toxic protein associated with Alzheimer's disease.

While these exploratory studies were conducted in neurons grown in the laboratory, they may offer insight into the role of inflammation in Alzheimer's disease and could provide clues to developing novel therapeutics for the disorder.

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Miss Teen USA Drops Swimsuit Contest

Miss Teen USA eliminates bathing suit competitionOne of America's highest-profile beauty pageants just traded bikinis for athleisure.

In recent years, competitions have increasingly modernized, featuring women that break the mold of the traditional pageant queen — like Miss Missouri Erin O'Flaherty, who will compete as Miss America's first openly gay contestant this year, and Miss District of Columbia Deshauna Barber, the Army officer crowned 2016's Miss USA. But still, the much-maligned swimsuit competition remains a staple of the major pageants.

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Tennessee hospital leads U.S. in doctors taking drug industry money

St. Francis-Bartlett Hospital, TennesseeA small for-profit hospital on the outskirts of Memphis has the highest rate of doctors who took payments from the pharmaceutical and medical device industry, out of more than 2,000 hospitals across the nation.

Federal disclosures show 59 out of 62 doctors at St. Francis Hospital-Bartlett — or 95 percent — received payments for speaking engagements, meals, gifts, travel, consulting or other interactions with the industry in 2014, the most recent year of information available.

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IKEA recalls 36 million chests and dressers after six deaths

Ikea recalls dressersSwedish furniture company IKEA Group [IKEA.UL] is recalling almost 36 million chests and dressers in the United States and Canada but said the products linked to the deaths of six children are safe when anchored to walls as instructed.

The recall covers six models of MALM chests or dressers manufactured from 2002 to 2016 and about 100 other families of chests or dressers that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said could topple over if not anchored securely to walls, posing a threat to children.

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U.S., Canada, Mexico pledge to generate 50 percent of energy from clean sources

Energy pact - US, Canada and MexicoThe United States, Canada and Mexico have agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions in the oil and gas industry by increasing clean energy generation to 50 percent by 2025.

The North American Climate, Clean Energy and Environment Partnership will impose new restrictions on some industries to reduce emissions following last year's United Nations climate change agreement in Paris that sought a global reduction in emissions.

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Rebels seize air base to cut off Islamic State transit between Iraq, Syria

Rebels seize ISIL air baseSyrian rebels backed by the United States on Wednesday seized the Hamdan small airport near the Iraq border used as a base by the Islamic State.

The air base is near the city of al-Bukamal, where the Islamic State took control in 2014. The city is one of the main transit points used between Syria and Iraq by the Islamic State, also known as Daesh, ISIL or ISIS.

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Supreme Court rejects pharmacists' religious rights appeal

Plan B contraceptiveThe U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear an appeal from Washington state pharmacists who said they have religious objections to dispensing Plan B or other emergency contraceptives.

The justices' order leaves in place rules first adopted in 2007 following reports that some women had been denied access to emergency contraceptives that are effective when taken within a few days of unprotected sex. Pharmacies must fill lawful prescriptions, but individual pharmacists with moral objections can refer patients to another pharmacist, as long as it's at the same store.

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Ambassador's sister: I don't blame Clinton for Benghazi

Benghazi attackThe sister of Ambassador Christopher Stevens, who was killed in the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya, said she doesn't blame former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for what happened.

"It is clear, in hindsight, that the facility was not sufficiently protected by the State Department and the Defense Department. But what was the underlying cause? Perhaps if Congress had provided a budget to increase security for all missions around the world, then some of the requests for more security in Libya would have been granted. Certainly the State Department is underbudgeted," Anne Stevens told The New Yorker.

"I do not blame Hillary Clinton or Leon Panetta."

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