Daily Archives: February 12, 2020

Ancient Native American burial site blasted for Trump border wall construction

Ancient Native American burial site blasted for Trump border wall construction

Red-lettered signs warning of “BLASTING” began appearing over the past week at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, a remote desert region in southwestern Arizona bordered by Mexico to the south and a Native American reservation to the east. Crews have been blasting the hillside while excavators and backhoes clear a …

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Fulham miss chance to climb into top two after draw at Millwall | Football

Nahki Wells heads home Bristol City’s opening goal.

Fulham left the Den with a point which would have been three but Neeskens Kebano hit the crossbar with a header in injury time which would have taken them into second place. Aleksandar Mitrovic had given them the lead after three minutes but Jon Dadi Bodvarsson prodded home an equaliser …

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Here are 371 apps and games available on Google Play Pass right now (Update: 31 more)

Here are 371 apps and games available on Google Play Pass right now (Update: 31 more)

Space Marshals G Action Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition G Action Smashy Road: Wanted G Action Reckless Getaway 2 G Action Sea Battle 2 G Action DUAL! G Action Grimvalor G Action Smashy Road: Arena G Action Reporter G Action OTTTD: Over The Top TD G Action Cat Simulator : …

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Fewer U.S. Kids Killed in Car Crashes; Safety Restraints Still an Issue

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By Steven ReinbergHealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Feb. 4, 2014 (HealthDay News) — One-third of the children who died in car crashes on U.S. roads in 2011 weren’t properly buckled in, U.S. health officials reported Tuesday. Although collision-related deaths of children 12 years old and younger dropped 43 percent between 2002 and …

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How Many Coronavirus Cases in China? Officials Tweak the Answer

How Many Coronavirus Cases in China? Officials Tweak the Answer

HONG KONG — The news was abrupt and, to some, surprising: Overnight, Heilongjiang, a Chinese province near Russia, had cut its count of confirmed coronavirus cases by more than a dozen. The revision stemmed from what appeared to be a bureaucratic decision, buried in a series of dense documents from …

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Celtic beat Hearts and go 10 points clear as Rangers lose at Kilmarnock | Football

Steven Gerrard watched his Rangers side throw away a half-time lead at Kilmarnock.

Celtic took a massive step towards a ninth league title in a row with a thumping 5-0 Premiership win over Hearts as Rangers crashed to defeat at Kilmarnock. Olivier Ntcham opened the scoring for Celtic on the half-hour mark before second-half goals from Christopher Jullien, Callum McGregor, substitute Ryan Christie …

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The Best Ridesharing Apps for 2020

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In 2019 both ridesharing giants Uber and Lyft went public on the American stock exchange, firmly establishing their place in the lives of millions of Americans and millions of people worldwide. With over 120 million active users between the two of them, they are certainly the front runners in the …

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You’ve Fainted. How Long Do You Need to Stay in the ER?

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THURSDAY, Jan. 31, 2019 (HealthDay News) — How long patients who faint should be monitored in the emergency department hinges on their risk for serious disease, a new study says. In most cases, fainting is harmless. But some people faint due to serious medical conditions, including an irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia). …

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80-million-year-old T. rex relative named ‘reaper of death’ discovered

80-million-year-old T. rex relative named 'reaper of death' discovered

The oldest known member of the Tyrannosaur family stalked the plains of southern Alberta, Canada, about 80 million years ago. That’s the finding of a new study identifying the previously unknown dinosaur. Although the fossils were discovered a decade ago, paleontologists only confirmed that it was a new species — …

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Kyle Bartley heads West Brom six points clear at top with win at Reading | Football

West Bromwich Albion continued to re-establish their momentum as they extended their lead at the top of the Championship with a resolute 2-1 win over Reading. It took a recovery from an early Reading penalty, converted by George Puscas, with Matheus Pereira drawing West Brom level before Kyle Bartley’s header …

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