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    TIL that asbestos is not banned in the United States. A proposed ban was shot down by the 5th circuit court in 1991 because the cost was between $450 and $800 million and would only save around "200 lives in a 13 year timeframe".

    TIL that asbestos is not banned in the United States. A proposed ban was shot down by the 5th circuit court in 1991 because the cost was between $450 and $800 million and would only save around "200 lives in a 13 year timeframe".

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    TIL that asbestos is not banned in the United States. A proposed ban was shot down by the 5th circuit court in 1991 because the cost was between $450 and $800 million and would only save around "200 lives in a 13 year timeframe". submitted by /u/willowoftheriver
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    Journalists at risk in war-torn African region, the Sahel

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    Recent killings and kidnappings of reporters in the Sahel have highlighted the severe risks faced by journalists in the war-torn African region, with some describing the work as "high-risk".

    Elon Musk Was the Worst ‘SNL’ Host Ever

    Gossip Bucket RSS Feed Phil Owen

    Musk had absolutely nothing to offer except a marketing boost – he failed to land even a single joke There were any number of reasons to be angry about "SNL" tapping Elon Musk to host, including plenty of solid ethical and moral ones. Like the time he mocked people's gender pronouns. Or that time he publicly threatened labor organizers at Tesla. Or any of the other many reasons. But on top of those things, there was another big reason that you might think would be important to the powers that be at "SNL." Elon Musk isn't funny or entertaining in the least. Sure, you could make an . . .

    SNL Understands Your Post-Quarantine Social Anxiety

    Gossip Bucket RSS Feed Charu Sinha

    Last night's Saturday Night Live tackled the most pressing issue of our impending summer: awkward post-quarantine conversa... More »

    China says most rocket debris burned up during re-entry

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    China's space agency said a core segment of its biggest rocket reentered Earth’s atmosphere above the Maldives in the Indian Ocean and most of it burned up early Sunday.

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