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Denver, the first American city to legalize hallucinogenic mushrooms?

More than 8,000 citizens of Denver have signed a petition for the legalization of these products, which could have certain medical virtues. The proposal could be debated in May. Denver…

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Germany may soon limit speeds on autobahns

The Autobahns, these impeccable highways with no speed limit, often used as examples when it comes to mobility, are at risk. A German government committee is studying the issue of…

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Prince Andrew rejects relationship with Epstein scandal

Prince Andrew of Great Britain rejected the insinuations that have come out again that he could have been involved in the alleged sexual crimes of financier Jeffrey Epstein, who was…

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More than 120 cases of lung disease in 15 US states could be related to vaping

At least 15 states have identified more than 120 cases of lung diseases or injuries that could be related to vaping, according to state health departments. The states with most…

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Students will march on Friday to ask the Supreme Court to protect DACA

DACA was canceled by President Donald Trump on September 5, 2017. Four months later, in January 2018, a court in San Francisco, restored the program in its entirety, except for…

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