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In an image provided by the Bureau of Land Management, date not known, Bureau of Land Management cave specialist Bryan McKenzie rappels into Natural Trap Cave in north-central Wyoming during a cleanup expedition. The cave holds the remains of tens of thousands of animals, including many now-extinct species, from the late Pleistocene period tens of thousands of years ago. Starting July 28, 2014, scientists plan to venture back into the cave and resume digging for the first time in more than 30 years. (AP Photo/Bureau of Land Management)
Wyoming cave with fossil secrets to be excavatedNew scientific expedition to study remains of thousands of ancient animals in Wyoming cave
The Associated Press23 minutes ago
Theodore Wafer sits in court at his second-degree murder trial in Detroit on Wednesday July 23, 2014.   Wafer isaccused of second-degree murder in the shooting death of Renisha McBride on the front-porch of his Dearborn Heights, Mich., home.(AP Photo/Detroit News, David Coates)  DETROIT FREE PRESS OUT; HUFFINGTON POST OUT
Porch shooter: I didn't know gun was loadedDetroit-area man who killed woman on porch: 'I didn't know there was a round in there'
The Associated Press32 minutes ago
Fukushima study: Think about unthinkable disastersUS Fukushima report tells nuke industry to think more often about worst case scenarios
The Associated Press37 minutes ago
Taya Kyle, the widow of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, arrives at U.S. District Court wearing dog tags around her neck, Wednesday, July 23, 2014, in St. Paul, Minn. There was no verdict Wednesday as jurors try to decide whether Kyle, a decorated military sniper, libeled former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura in his best-selling memoir. (AP Photo/The Star Tribune, David Joles) MANDATORY CREDIT; ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS OUT; MAGS OUT; TWIN CITIES LOCAL TELEVISION OUT
Deliberations in Ventura trial enter Day 3Jury begins 3rd day of deliberations in ex-Minnesota Gov. Ventura's defamation lawsuit
The Associated Press56 minutes ago
In this Wednesday, July 23, 2014 photo, firefighters spray water on a dying fire at an oil field supply company in Williston, N.D. Officials say the fire started about midnight Monday and burned most of Tuesday. At its height, the blaze sent fireballs hundreds of feet into the air. No one was injured or killed. A more efficient system must be established to alert residents of danger in North Dakota's booming oil patch, an emergency manager and residents said, after authorities failed to alert the public for more than six hours when the facility storing toxic chemicals exploded. (AP Photo/Josh Wood)
Slow North Dakota city fire alert raises concernEmergency official, residents say faster emergency warnings needed after North Dakota fire
The Associated Press1 hour ago

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