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Oldest Case of Down Syndrome Found in 1,500-Year-Old Skeleton

Oldest Case of Down Syndrome Found in 1,500-Year-Old Skeleton A 1,500-year-old skeleton has shed new light on how ancient civilizations viewed those with genetic disorders. French researchers have found the oldest confirmed case of Down syndrome after uncovering the skeleton of a child with the genetic disorder....

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Taking to the Sky: Airshow Ready for Take Off

Taking to the Sky: Airshow Ready for Take Off Planes, fighters jets, and drones: Farnborough Airshow to showcase industry's best and latest...

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5 Things to Know About Immigration Courts

5 Things to Know About Immigration Courts From overflowing caseloads to wait times, 5 things to know about immigration Courts...

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Owners of Trump Plaza Casino Expect Closure Soon

Owners of Trump Plaza Casino Expect Closure Soon Owners of Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City say they expect to shut it down in mid-September...

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Man Who Killed Lover's Husband Gets Work Release

Man Who Killed Lover's Husband Gets Work Release Man who was 16 when lover persuaded him to kill her husband is moved to low-security prison...

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Merkel Thinks Germany Will Win World Cup

Merkel Thinks Germany Will Win World Cup Chancellor Merkel thinks Germany will win World Cup, but it won't be an easy game...

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Backlogged Immigration Courts Face New Deluge

Backlogged Immigration Courts Face New Deluge Backlogged immigration courts brace for more delays with influx of Central American children...

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Work to Tow Away Costa Concordia to Start Soon

Work to Tow Away Costa Concordia to Start Soon Operation to float Costa Concordia away from Italian isle for scrapping set for next week...

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About 300 Americans to Begin Evacuating Gaza

About 300 Americans to Begin Evacuating Gaza About 300 Americans citizens will begin evacuating Gaza on Sunday, according to the Coordination of Government Activities in the Territories....

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Kyrgios Splits With Coach After Wimbledon Run

Kyrgios Splits With Coach After Wimbledon Run Australian teen Nick Kyrgios splits with coach 2 weeks after making Wimbledon quarters...

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Drive-Ins Use Creativity to Afford Digital Switch

Drive-Ins Use Creativity to Afford Digital Switch Drive-in operators find creative ways to afford switch to digital, which can cost $70K or more...

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800 Palestinians to Begin Evacuating Gaza

800 Palestinians to Begin Evacuating Gaza A total of 800 Palestinians with foreign passports will begin evacuating Gaza on Sunday, according to the Coordination of Government Activities in the Territories....

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Republican David Perdue's Life at a Glance

Republican David Perdue's Life at a Glance A quick look at David Perdue, a Republican candidate for US Senate in Georgia...

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Perdue Touts Business Record in Georgia Senate Bid

Perdue Touts Business Record in Georgia Senate Bid Perdue points to business record in Georgia Senate campaign; but rival sees chance to attack...

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What the Military Did While Benghazi Post Burned

What the Military Did While Benghazi Post Burned No jets, no 'stand down': Military officers on what they did, didn't do, to help in Benghazi...

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Charley Hull Back in the Mix With a 66

Charley Hull Back in the Mix With a 66 Charley Hull, 18-year-old from England, makes 9 birdies at Royal Birkdale...

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Ex-Church of England Head Backs Assisted Dying

Ex-Church of England Head Backs Assisted Dying Former head of Church of England George Carey changes mind on legalizing assisted dying...

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China's Popular TV Journalist Taken by Prosecutors

China's Popular TV Journalist Taken by Prosecutors China's financial news magazine says celebrity TV reporter taken away by prosecutors...

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Israeli Bombing Turns Gaza Into Ghost Town

Israeli Bombing Turns Gaza Into Ghost Town Israeli bombing campaign turns densely populated Gaza City into ghost town...

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Comatose Boy, Roma Evictions up Pressure on France

Comatose Boy, Roma Evictions up Pressure on France Comatose boy, Roma evictions raise pressure on France to address impoverished migrant group...

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