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Scientists say low chlorine levels in Flint's water system during the city's water crisis in 2014 and 2015 led the bacterium Legionella pneumophila to proliferate, causing a deadly outbreak of Legionnaire's disease. Science Source hide caption

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Lethal Pneumonia Outbreak Caused By Low Chlorine In Flint Water

Two new studies confirm that an outbreak of deadly Legionnaires' disease in Flint, Mich., was caused by the city's water crisis in 2014 and 2015.

This Strange Effect The Shacks

The Falcon Heavy is the latest advance from the rocket company SpaceX, and it's a step toward the company's goal of sending people to Mars. SpaceX hide caption

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SpaceX Set To Launch World's Most Powerful Rocket

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Space Oddity David Bowie
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Lethal Pneumonia Outbreak Caused By Low Chlorine In Flint Water

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Funeral Band of Horses
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Salaam - Peace - Hamba Kahle Dollar Brand
Nothing Really Blue The Penguin Cafe Orchestra
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Skiing was second nature for Dunklee, but shooting a rifle at first felt alien to her. In the wake of mass shooting tragedies in the U.S., she has wrestled with ambivalence over using rifles for sport. John Tully for NPR hide caption

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With Few Fans And Little Funding, U.S. Biathlon Team Hopes For First Olympic Medals

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Descended from Myth Rjd2
(I've Got) Trouble in Mind The Limiñanas
Dead Against Smoking Admiral Fallow
Caracol Tremor
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Dia Santo Jam Da Silva
Billie-Doo Thad Jones
Bookends Simon & Garfunkel

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White House Plan Giving Restaurant Owners More Control Over Tips Under Fire

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It's Real [Lack Of Afro Remix] Hot 8 Brass Band

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'Game Changer': Maya Cities Unearthed In Guatemala Forest Using Lasers

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As The Pop World Seeks Accountability, Justin Timberlake Seems Lost In The Woods

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Morning Light Justin Timberlake feat. Alicia Keys
Jaan Pehechaan Ho Mohammed Rafi

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