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Buried deep below a sandy beach and pressed into soft clay, footprints from an ancient time hold clues to life for some of North America's early humans. By measuring and using digital photographic analyses, researchers believe they belong to two adults and a child, all barefoot. In addition to the 29 individual footprints, they found evidence of other partial footprint-like depressions, but over-trampling had rendered them only barely discernible.
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    Former Disney star Caroline Sunshine joins White House press team

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    Sunshine has previously served as a White House intern, according to CNN . Sunshine also starred in the 2010 film " Marmaduke ", a fictional tale of a dog who helped his family adjust to living in Orange County, California. (And lest we forget that Selena Gomez sang the theme song.) But it's one of their costars who's making headlines today: Caroline Sunshine , who played European exchange student Tinka Hessenheffer.
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    But they still engage in distracting behaviors at the wheel. Almost 58 percent said talking on a cellphone while driving is a very serious threat to their safety, while 78 percent said texting is a significant danger. Despite identifying those behaviors as a threat to their safety, 44.9 percent of drivers read a text or email while driving. As researchers continue to look for hard evidence that links traffic crashes to cellphones, just about every week there are accounts of deadly crashes ...
  • Malala returns to Pakistan for 1st time since 2012 Taliban attack

    Malala returns to Pakistan for 1st time since 2012 Taliban attack

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    Yousafzai was shot in the head by Taliban gunmen in October 2012 for speaking out against their ban on girls education in her native Swat Valley , in Pakistan's north. CEO of Malala Fund is also with her and she is expected to participate in the Meet the Malala programme in Pakistan. "People want to see change in their country", she said.
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    Theresa May still refuses to say she supports Brexit

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    In the 21 months since the referendum, May, who became prime minister in the resulting political chaos, has struggled to unite the country behind a single vision of Brexit . The people of Britain, the world's sixth-largest economy, caused a major global shock in 2016 by voting narrowly to quit the European Union after a fevered referendum campaign that sharpened regional divisions, pitted young against old and exposed a deep distrust between voters and the political establishment.
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    In an apparent dig at Mr. Trump, Bush also said that he returned to his family after losing the SC, saying that his children "actually love me". "I actually love my father very much", he tweeted , using the hashtag #PleaseClap . He described how he'd returned from a tough 2016 Republican primary in SC to children who 'actually love me'. "Also love that he learned enough about politics in a few weeks to dismantle you piece by piece despite it being your life's work".
  • DoJ Inspector General to review potential FISA court abuse by Federal Bureau of Investigation

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    The Inspector General of the US Justice Department announced Wednesday his plans to launch a thorough investigation into allegations the DOJ and FBI misused sensitive material when obtaining FISA warrants against senior Trump officials. Lindsey Graham - who both asked the inspector general to review alleged surveillance misconduct and the FBI's relationship with Steele - applauded the decision to look into the matter.
  • Saudi Arabia must face lawsuits alleging it helped plan 9/11

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    The lawsuit, which is demanding billions of dollars in financial compensation, claims that Saudi Arabia knowingly assisted the hijackers who carried out the attack, and is the reason for al-Qaeda's influential rise into a terrorist organisation as a result of backing charities that financed the group.
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  • Trump to fire Veterans Affairs secretary

    Trump to fire Veterans Affairs secretary

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    Navy, Jackson has served as the White House physician since the George W. Bush administration, and has monitored Trump's health since he took office. Rep. Mike Coffman, a Republican from Colorado who is former chairman of its oversight panel, cheered the removal. "If there ever was a home run pick, Adm.
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    Thursday Is National Vietnam Veterans Day

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    Forty-five years ago tomorrow, combat and combat support units withdrew from South Vietnam, which marked the beginning of the end of almost two decades of direct USA military involvement in Southeast Asia. All answered the call of duty. The ceremony is sponsored by Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 65, American Legion Post 68 and VFW Post 448. By presidential proclamation issued on May 25, 2012, the commemoration extends from its inaugural event on Memorial Day 2012 through Veterans Day ...