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rougned odor, texas rangers reach 6-year deal worth at least $49.5m


rougned odor and the texas rangers have agreed to a new six-year contract that includes a club option for 2023 and guarantees the young second baseman at least $49.5 million.






mlb: rangers sign rougned odor to six-year contract worth at least $49.5 million


rougned odor and the texas rangers have agreed to a new six-year contract that includes a club option for 2023 and guarantees the young second baseman at least $49.5 million. the deal completed thursday includes a $2 million signing bonus and a $13.5 million club option for 2023 with a $3 million...






venezuela rallies past italy 4-3 to reach 2nd round of wbc


miguel cabrera hit a tying homer and rougned odor delivered a go-ahead single during a three-run rally in the ninth inning that carried venezuela past italy 4-3 on monday night and into the second round of the world baseball classic.






wbc: venezuela scores three in ninth to defeat italy, 4-3


miguel cabrera hit a solo homer and rougned odor had a long run-scoring single during a three-run ninth inning and venezuela rallied to beat italy, 4-3, on monday night in guadalajara to qualify for the second round of the world baseball classic. cabrera hit a shot to center field to tie it, 2-2,...






venezuela rallies past italy to reach 2nd round of world baseball classic


miguel cabrera hit a tying homer and rougned odor delivered a go-ahead single during a three-run rally in the ninth inning that carried venezuela past italy 4-3 on monday night and into the second round of the world baseball classic.






malaria parasite may trigger human odor to lure mosquitoes


london (ap) — scientists may have figured out part of the reason why mosquitoes are drawn to people infected with malaria: odor. swedish researchers say they’ve identified a substance pumped out by malaria parasites that triggers that distinctive smell, noticeable only to mosquitoes. the study from stockholm university was published thursday by the journal science. […]






malaria parasite may trigger human odor to lure mosquitoes


london (ap) — scientists may have figured out part of the reason why mosquitoes are drawn to people infected with malaria. mosquitoes prefer biting people already sickened by malaria, apparently attracted by some kind of odor. now, swedish researchers say they’ve identified a substance pumped out by malaria parasites that triggers that smell, noticeable only […]






mystery odor sends workers to hospital for 2nd time in week


bethlehem, pa. (ap) — a mysterious odor at a pennsylvania business park has sickened workers for the second time this week, sending several to the hospital with nausea and headaches. about 400 people were made to leave businesses in hanover township just north of bethlehem on thursday morning. township manager john finnigan says five people […]






brooklyn center residents worry over taste, smell of water


city says it’s safe, blames odor and debris on new treatment plant.






medical marijuana: vaping on the rise in the golden state, survey says


women in particular seem attracted to vaporizer marijuana concentrates, said feaster. not only can the drug be ordered discreetly, this form of pot produces less odor and mess.






smell of weed in denver leads feds to bust of nebraska marijuana network


an investigation of an alleged interstate crime network all started with an anonymous tip about a pungent odor emanating from a rental home in westminster.






martinez: refinery chemical delivery led to odor complaints


in a statement posted on the shell refinery's facebook page, officials said a truck was off-loading a delivery of an additive that gives natural gas its recognizable scent to the refinery at 3485 pacheco boulevard.






president trump has upended the rules of democracy with a clumsy heavy-handednes


the smell of a coup hung over the white house this past weekend, like the odor of gunpowder after fireworks on the fourth of july. in these first few days of the trump administration we have witnessed a series of executive orders and other pronouncements that fly in the face of the republic’s most f...






that stinks! clerk says dead rats, pigeons leave awful odor


mobile city clerk lisa lambert says she's been complaining for years about a stench in her ninth-floor office, and now she knows what caused it: dead rats and pigeons behind a wall.






chili pepper ash and a pungent odor linger at scene of l.a. warehouse district f


the pungent tang of red chili peppers wafted through the produce district of downtown los angeles on monday morning, forcing shoppers to cover their noses and mouths as they darted in and out of bustling shops. it had been more than 12 hours since 200 firefighters tackled flames and irritating...






parker latest community to impose 12-plant limit per household on pot grows


parker this week be e the latest colorado community to place a cap on the number of pot plants that can be cultivated at a residence, a move town officials said is necessary to reduce odor complaints and ensure grows do not cause electrical overloads and dangerous chemical storage.






noise, dust, odor from chipper still disrupting vets in new housing


nearly a year ago, i wrote about two veterans, james hudson and richard greggersen, and their relentless efforts to move or shut down a wood chipping facility near a housing community for formerly long-term homeless veterans. i’m saddened to say that despite months of promises from city, state and minneapolis park and recreation board officials, hudson and greggersen are still at it.






tevlin: noise, dust, odor from chipper still disrupting veterans in new housing


nearly a year ago, i wrote about two veterans, james hudson and richard greggersen, and their relentless efforts to move or shut down a wood chipping facility near a housing community for formerly long-term homeless veterans. i’m saddened to say that despite months of promises from city, state and minneapolis park and recreation board officials, hudson and greggersen are still at it.






word game: march 07, 2017


today’s word — hammocks (hammocks: ham-uks; wide strips of canvas or netting suspended by two ends, used as beds.) average mark 18 words time limit 30 minutes can you find 26 or more words in hammocks? the list will be published tomorrow. yesterday’s word — orotund odor onto outdo rondo rood root rotund round rout […]






that stinks! clerk says dead rats, pigeons leave awful odor


mobile, ala. (ap) — mobile city clerk lisa lambert says she’s been complaining for years about a stench in her ninth-floor office, and now she knows what caused it: dead rats and pigeons behind a wall. lambert tells al.com (http://bit.ly/2kubdbh) that work crews tore out the plasterboard wall last week and found the creatures’ bodies. […]






why a cat's tongue is covered with tiny claws that feel like sandpaper


from deep look: cats’ tongues are covered in little spines called “papillae” that look like tiny hooks. cats use their tongues to groom and the spines do a great job of detangling knots.... cats spend much of their day cleaning themselves- up to half of their waking hours! cats are ambush predators and they need to stay clean in order to remain hidden from their prey. prey species tend to be on the lookout for danger, and one whiff of the wrong odor can give the cat away.






the trump-russia scandals: a quick visual guide


trump keeps saying that the media's relentless investigations into russia's corrupting influence on the white house is "fake news," but the media keeps finding out more and more about how trump and his inner circle have cozied up to russian and eastern european mobsters and kleptocrats. this new infographic from vox is a simple guide to what's been unearthed so far, but it doesn't include recent revelations into billionaire commerce secretary wilbur ross' role as a vice chairman of the bank of cyprus, which is co-owned by a dear friend of russian president vladimir putin, and is run by the former head of the mega-money-laundering deutsche bank. it also doesn't reveal this bit of news reported today in the ny times: "jared kushner, mr. trump’s son-in-law and now a senior adviser, also parti






florida skunk ape is real and "gives out a horrifying odor": national examiner


you have to admire the insight, investigative prowess and sheer imagination of the tabloids, which this week are brimming with information that few people on earth could possibly know. it has been widely reported that a secret service agent’s laptop was stolen from her car, containing blueprints of president trump’s homes. but only the ‘national enquirer’ has the inside scoop to reveal the culprit behind the theft: "terrorists steal laptop.” it’s doubtless the same network of impeccable inside sources that allows the ‘globe’ to definitively report that a “booze-free” ben affleck “packs on 48 lbs,” presumably because they have bugged his bathroom scales and know he hasn’t gained 47 lbs or 49 lbs - it’s exactly 48 lbs. that’s how accurate their information is. the ‘globe’ promises veteran ac






why it's fantasyland to assume trump is going to leave in a scandal anytime soon


it's tempting to believe that trump's an idiot and flynn's testimony could bring him down. have we learned nothing? nothing that has happened in the short and exciting political career of president donald trump has any clear precedent, so this week was nothing new in that regard. cable-news pundits who earnestly proclaimed on thursday and friday that the trump administration had reached a watergate-level turning point — after barely 70 days in office — may be operating on the assumption that old rules, or indeed any rules at all, still apply.my salon colleague chauncey devega recently argued that trump has not, in fact, created an “alternate reality” and his opponents need to hold him to account through the aggressive and activist application of normal politics. that’s a






donald trump’s mission creep just took a giant leap forward


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071542'; click here for reuse options! in just a few days the new president has upended the rules of democracy with a clumsy heavy-handedness worse than we imagined. the smell of a coup hung over the white house this past weekend, like the odor of gunpowder after fireworks on the fourth of july.in these first few days of the trump administration we have witnessed a series of executive orders and other pronouncements that fly in the face of the republic’s most fundamental values. but friday’s misbegotten announcement of a ban on refugees from syria and a 120-day ban on refugees from seven muslim nations defies reason, pandering to a segment of the population festering with paranoia and rage.let’s just look at some of th






beyond the myths of mandrake root: why societies across the earth have valued th


countless folklores' different spins on this man-shaped root: jewish fertility amulets, urine of hanged men, joan of arc's accoutrement... even genies' balls? the following is an adapted excerpt from the new book the witching herbs: 13 essential plants and herbs for your magical garden by harold roth (weiser books, an imprint of red wheel/weiser, march 2017): british herbalist john gerard (1545–1612) grew mandrakes in his garden for treating insomnia and infertility. he noted that, no matter how many he dug up, he never saw any that looked like the amulets sold for luck. predictably, mandrakes were used to treat barrenness in jewish traditional med­icine. sephardic women in jerusalem either ate them or tied them around their bodies; samaritan women of the 17th century put






4 ways trump and the gop still wield tremendous power to do serious and lasting


yes, the attack on obamacare failed and millions will keep their health care. but trump and the gop still rule. for millions of americans, friday’s collapse of the house republican leadership’s bill to defund obamacare, take $880 billion out of medicaid and give the wealthiest hundreds of millions in tax cuts they don’t need, was a spot of good news. as saturday dawned, the democratic congressional campaign committee began airing tv ads attacking house members for wanting to deny health care to tens of thousands of voters in their districts. the odor of corruption around trump's russia troubles was growing stronger, even as republicans were doing their best to change the topic. trump's second round of executive orders banning travelers from muslim countries was tied up in court. to oppo