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MaxTrax turns the job of getting unstuck from something that’s difficult and dangerous into a simple task.

“That it has not begun already is dangerous to our national security,” he said.

Amid Pentagon upheaval, military officers face a fraught few monthsMissy Ryan, Dan Lamothe, Greg Jaffe, Josh DawseyNovember 12, 2020Washington Post

This study suggested a grocery store would be twice as dangerous for a person in a low-income neighborhood as a person in a high-income one.

It also says there’s a risk that new and more dangerous variants will develop in mink farms, unless all the animals are culled.

The coverage of the election and the speediness — or reluctance — to throttle the myriad of false or dangerous posts appearing on social media over the past few weeks should factor into marketers’ decision making over their future media plans.

Though improvements in care and effective drugs like remdesivir and dexamethasone have helped greatly, the virus is still very dangerous.

That means that losing GPS, especially for short periods, is not necessarily dangerous, and pilots can function without it.

This wine from Peter Zemmer is like the movie scene where the cable car falls and you have to ski down the mountain, chased by the bad guys — dangerous, on the edge, exhilarating.

That makes these places more vital and safer, not more dangerous.

They serve in the most dangerous and desperate regions of the world and count on the integrity of their mission to keep them safe.

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