U.S. : NPR
"I am honored to be a part of this amazing team," says Jen Welter, an athlete and sports psychologist.
Scientists say remains of four men exhumed from what was once an Anglican church suggest they were well-nourished, "high-status" leaders in the early 17th century colony. And one was likely Catholic.
The man making a strong showing for the GOP presidential nomination also has a remarkably inconsistent track record as a conservative.
Joyce Mitchell, the Clinton Correctional Facility worker who was charged last month with aiding two convicted killers' escape, has reached a deal with prosecutors.
The past 15 years have seen a drop in deaths and hospitalizations among Medicare patients — people 65 and older. Teasing out why is tricky, but it seems a good trend for the 50-year-old program.
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