Study Questions How Sharply US Should Cut the Salt – ABC News

A surprising new report questions public health efforts to get Americans to sharply cut back on salt, saying it’s not clear whether eating super-low levels is worth the struggle. Make no mistake: Most Americans eat way too much salt, not…

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Japan PM Abe ‘would meet’ N Korea leader Kim over abductions – BBC News

15 May 2013 Last updated at 03:50 ET Mr Abe is a close confidant of Mr Iijima, who arrived in Pyongyang Japanese PM Shinzo Abe has declined to comment on the arrival of one of his top aides in North…

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Ruling expected in 1979 NYC child-killing case – Seattle Post Intelligencer

NEW YORK (AP) — A man charged with murder decades after one of the nation’s most infamous child disappearances is due to learn whether a judge believes there’s enough evidence to bring the case to trial. Pedro Hernandez of Maple…

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Can BlackBerry move past ‘solid ground’ to recapture past glory? – CNET

The company had a flurry of announcements, all of which were meant to convey rising momentum. But can it take that next step? BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins at the keynote of BlackBerry Live. (Credit: Brian Bennett/CNET) ORLANDO, Fla.–If there’s one…

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Special-effects master pushes new movie format – CNN International

Douglas Trumbull is one of the most famed special-effects experts in Hollywood history. In recent years, he’s devoted his attention to a new digital-projection format he calls hypercinema. After creating a film about space flight for the 1964 New York…

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The Knicks are done and it’s JR Smith’s fault – USA TODAY

(USA TODAY Sports) Today’s Big Winner: Indiana Pacers The Knicks are done. There is a lot to argue about in sports — did Andrew Wiggins make the right choice in picking Kansas, what are the Dodgers doing letting Clayton Kershaw…

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