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Independent presidential candidate does not own the listed property and is not in public searches as one of its residents

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The suspected meteorite was also seen in Portugal, with many sharing their videos on social media.

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Vermont State University confers doctorate in ‘litter-ature’ upon tabby for being keen hunter of mice and beloved figure on campus

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A 91-year-old man made the donation to a struggling rural station in Missouri: ‘It’s important to have a good fire department’

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The Worst Website In The Entire World is owned by Broadcom

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The rise in support for same-sex marriage over the past decade is among the largest changes in opinion on any policy issue over this time period. A new national survey finds that much of the shift is attributable to the arrival of a large cohort of young adults – the Millennial generation – who are far more open to gay rights than previous generations. Equally important, however, is that 14% of all Americans – and 28% of gay marriage supporters – say they have changed their minds on this issue in favor of gay marriage.

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Device in development fires electromagnetic pulse that tricks ebikes and scooters into shutting off

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Ann Pizzorusso says she has tracked down the background landscape of the world’s most famous painting

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Climate scientists have told the Guardian they expect catastrophic levels of global heating. Here’s what that would mean for the planet

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Gina Jacobs, from the Wirral, is calling for the government to apologise to parents of stillborn babies

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Djokovic greets fans with a helmet after being hit by bottle

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After one final dig, world heritage site Ness of Brodgar is to be covered up to protect it for future generations

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The woman told police she had been living inside the grocery store sign for roughly a year, and had been able to get electricity

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Third-party US presidential candidate says 2010 issue ‘caused by a worm that got into my brain and ate a portion of it and then died’

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Animals were strolling through the backyard of a house when they decided to take a bit of a swim in the pool

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This day in history in 1999, the U.S. Air Force accidentally bombed the Chinese Embassy in Serbia. Some still suspect it wasn't really an accident.

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From top-charting songs to dating apps, genocide fever has taken over Israel.

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The oil and gas industry has reaped profits without ensuring there will be money to plug and clean up their wells. In Oklahoma, that work could cost more than $7 billion if it falls to the state.

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Writing auto-pilots in JavaScript for MSFS

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Audio collected with underwater microphones suggests numbers at least stable after centuries of industrial whaling left only a few hundred alive

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Parisian bakers have claimed victory over rivals in Italy who created a baguette almost 133 metres long in 2019

EDIT: Title updated. Previous title: "‘If there’s one record that should belong to us, it’s this’: France tries to win back world’s largest baguette title".

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Ethereal scenes of flowing super-heated material may help explain why atmosphere is hotter than surface

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Hazel doesn't close tabs because it's 'like a trip down memory lane.' Mozilla says it has some profile and tab group features coming later this year that might help her organize those memories.

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Sumatran ape applied sap and leaves to open cut after suspected fight with another male, say scientists

Video: https://www.bbc.com/news/av/science-environment-68945873

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