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World's first baby born with DNA from 3 parents, BYUH professor says technique could save lives

The first baby to be born with DNA from three parents has made waves in the news. The baby was born to Jordanian parents in April, though the birth has only recently been making headlines after he was featured in a research article published in the journal Fertility & Sterility.

Tom and Tara McBride: Crossfit Jerusalem

Tom and Tara McBride, a Canadian couple, spent seven weeks during the summer in Jerusalem participating in a Crossfit internship. They said they enjoyed the neutral ground the gym brought for people from different walks of life, and they grew as coaches.

Voting: A civic duty

U.S. citizens between the ages of 18 and 29 traditionally have the lowest voter turnout of any demographic, according to National Public Radio.

Native Hawaiians back up Native American efforts to preserve sacred land from the North Dakota Access Pipeline

Native Hawaiian protestors joined the Native American fight for restricting the North Dakota Access Pipeline construction that possibly threatens sacred sites and water security, according to NBC.

Hurricane Matthew hits Florida, students say family in the area is safe

Over 900 people are dead after Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti and Jamaica on Oct. 3, which was then followed by an outbreak of cholera, according to the New York Times. The Associated Press reported the death toll in the United States to have reached 23 and hit Florida on Oct. 7.

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