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Miami officers wounded in 'ambush-style' shooting

Miami officers wounded in 'ambush-style' shooting

Miami-Dade police said the two men were conducting an undercover gang investigation at the Andy Coleman Apartments when they were shot. Anti-police sentiment has been high across the USA over the past years, due to a surge of unjustified killings of unarmed African Americans and other minorities, mainly by white law enforcement officers.



Three Intruders Killed By Broken Arrow Homeowner's Son, Deputies Say

They are working to interview the teen. And he continued: 'There was a short exchange of words, then gunfire happened'. He fired on them with an AR-15, a popular semiautomatic rifle, officials told Fox 23. The teenagers, who have not been identified were killed by the 23-year-old son of the property owner. Two suspects died in the home's kitchen. The 21-year-old was arrested on charges of first degree murder, three counts, as well as three counts of burglary.


Brain activity continues 10 minutes after death

Brain activity continues 10 minutes after death

The results were published in The Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences . They were all on life support, and the research team monitored their brain activity - measuring something called frontal electroencephalographic (EEG) recordings - when the machines were turned off.


Harley-Davidson adds a new 'Rod' to its Street lineup

Harley-Davidson adds a new 'Rod' to its Street lineup

As the name suggests, the upcoming Street Rod 750 will come based on the standard Street 750 with the same underpinnings. Though the engine bore and stroke are identical, the power output of the new motor is 18 per cent more than that of the regular Street 750.


Try This Ancient Method to Develop a Super Memory

Try This Ancient Method to Develop a Super Memory

What's more, learning the method of loci appears to reshape neuronal networks in people's brains. The team published the study Wednesday in the journal Neuron . This collection of closely cooperating brain structures, called the resting-state network, has been found to be involved in memory. "Without a single exception, all the memory athletes told us they weren't born prodigies, but they learned about these memory strategies, and only with these strategies can they perform at a high ...


The deadly impact of a poor diet

The deadly impact of a poor diet

A new research says that a diet consisting of too much processed meat, red meat, salt, and sugary drinks and not enough nuts, fruits, vegetables, polyunsaturated fats, seafood, and whole grain is connected to the deaths in the United States caused by diabetes, stroke, and heart disease.