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Older Americans who have hearing loss have an accelerated decline in thinking and memory abilities, compared to those with normal hearing, according to a study published in JAMA Archives of Internal Medicine.

Hearing loss may push decline in memory, thinking

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BP Refuses to Accept Petition With Over Signatures

Release of encyclical reveals pope’s deep dive into climate science

In his masterful grasp of the science behind climate change, the pontiff unmasks himself as a policy wonk.

CA State Sen. Roderick Wright is being removed as chairman of powerful Senate Governmental Organization Committee.

Roderick Wright will remain in Senate until appeal is decided

Roderick Wright was convicted Tuesday of perjury and voter fraud for falsely claiming he lived in an apartment in the district he represents when he actually lives elsewhere.

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'Innocence of Muslims' Filmmaker Nakoula Basseley Nakoula Arrested - The Hollywood Reporter

Netflix Asks Appellate Court to Reconsider 'Innocence of Muslims' Ruling

California Retrospective. In 1938, L.A. woman went to jail for wearing slacks in courtroom. Helen Hulick, a burglary witness, caused a stir in a downtown L.A. courtroom in 1938 by wearing slacks. At right, Hulick, wearing a jail-issued dress, her attorney William Katz and notary Jeanette Dennis work on getting her released. (Andrew H. Arnott / George Wallace / L.A. Times Archive/UCLA)

In 1938, L.A. woman went to jail for wearing slacks in courtroom

“I like slacks. They’re comfortable.” In Helen Hulick defied a judge’s order and wore slacks in court, earning her a five-day jail sentence. She later returned in a jail-issued dress, but not.

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