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Author: 0 Harvard researchers find copy of Declaration of Independence

The only other version of the Declaration, a signed copy that is popularly regarded as the official document, is displayed at the National Archives in Washington, DC. The phrase " consent of the governed " is, however, followed by a period. Sneff said that she uncovered the parchment in August 2015, after seeing a catalogue entry in the United Kingdom's National Archives for a manuscript of the Declaration on parchment.

U.S. California gunman to appear in court on murder count
Author: 0 California gunman to appear in court on murder count

The Fresno County District Attorney's Office charged Kori Ali Muhammad in last week's murder of 25-year-old Carl Williams, a security guard at a local Motel 6. All three of the men killed on Tuesday were white, as was the security guard and the other man Mohammad shot at but missed. Muhammad fired 17 rounds in less than two minutes, police said.

Author: 0 After three-month vacation, Obama to return to public eye

The University of Chicago will be the site of former President Barack Obama's first public event since he left office in January. Those joining Obama on state will range from high school to college to recent university graduates, the Tribune reports.

U.S. Alonso embracing challenges of his 'Indy 500 adventure'
Author: 0 Alonso embracing challenges of his 'Indy 500 adventure'

The two-time Formula One champion will skip the Monaco Grand Prix next month to compete in IndyCar for the first time as one of Andretti's six cars in the field. "I think Le Mans is a massive race like the Indy 500", he said. Originally I thought this was an idea we could pursue in 2018 and given the circumstances of how we are running in Formula 1 right now, and Fernando's desire and our desire, and Honda's desire, this created a very, very small window of opportunity that we jumped on.

U.S. Accused kidnapper due in court Monday
Author: 0 Accused kidnapper due in court Monday

Thomas is being evaluated by a mental health expert specializing in trauma, according to Whatley. The glass or the beer? When authorities closed in on Cummins and Elizabeth at the remote cabin, Sheriff Jon E. Elizabeth also asked to see her father upon her return to Tennessee, he said. The saga began in March, after Cummins handed over the title of his SUV, put up some other personal effects and walked out of a loan office with $4,500 in cash.

Author: 0 Canada minister they're looking forward to Trump trade talks

Canada recently changed its policy on pricing its domestic milk to cover more dairy ingredients, leading to lower prices for Canadian products including ultra-filtered milk that compete with the US product. Francois Dumontier, a spokesman for Les Producteurs de lait du Quebec, said imports of U.S. milk products have increased since 1993 and now account for three-quarters of milk products in Canada.

U.S. Sessions praises NYPD after 'soft on crime' controversy
Author: 0 Sessions praises NYPD after 'soft on crime' controversy

In a fiery rebuke, Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill criticized the Trump administration Friday for asserting that New York City was "soft on crime" and awash in gang murders. Seth Stein, a spokesman for City Hall in New York City, said the administration's push was "nothing new" and that the "grandstanding shows how out of touch the Trump administration is with reality".

Author: 0 Ann Coulter rejects Berkeley's May speaking date

Coulter, the event sponsors, audience, and bystanders could be adequately protected - at any of the campus venues available on April 27", the letter said . But a Berkeley spokesman disputed those claims during a press conference, telling reporters that the school only requested Coulter to speak during the day rather than at night.

Author: 0 Sanders headlining event aimed at boosting Democrats

The rally lasted three hours. But Sanders was rallying support on Thursday for Omaha's Democratic mayoral candidate Heath Mello, who's half his age. "It has got to be that those ideas are allowed to become the dominant theme of the Democratic Party, and that's the choice that Democrats are going to have to make".

U.S. Florida state Sen. Frank Artiles steps down over racist remarks
Author: 0 Florida state Sen. Frank Artiles steps down over racist remarks

There were calls for Artiles to resign nearly immediately from Democratic groups all over the state and his comments were condoned by most Republican leaders as well. Sen. Frank Artilies, R-Miami, is officially out of the Florida legislature. "I sincerely hope that as Frank seeks forgiveness and absolution from those hurt by his words, he will be met with forgiveness and a second chance" Corcoran, R-Land O' Lakes, said in a statement.

U.S. Sanctuary cities threatened with loss of federal grant money
Author: 0 Sanctuary cities threatened with loss of federal grant money

The letters give the jurisdictions until June 30 to prove that they are compliant with 8 U.S.C. Section 1373 , a 1996 federal law that prohibits local governments from restricting communication with the feds about the immigration status of inmates.

U.S. Beaver herds confused cattle in Canada
Author: 0 Beaver herds confused cattle in Canada

They are more polite, their milk comes in bags, and on the farm dogs are overrated - especially when you have a herding beaver. The hilarious video shows the cows carefully following the beaver. As she got closer, she recognized the shape as a confused beaver. The Saskatchewan rancher said that heifers are naturally very inquisitive creatures.

U.S. Verlander falters, Cabrera hurt as Twins top Tigers 6-3
Author: 0 Verlander falters, Cabrera hurt as Twins top Tigers 6-3

John Hicks , a catcher and first baseman, is brought up from Toledo. Thanks to a six-run sixth inning Friday - capped by an Eddie Rosario three-run homer - Minnesota is back to.500 after losing five of its last six. The Twins scored six runs in Friday's victory but have been held to four or less runs in 10 of their last 13 games. "But I waited for this pitch and he threw me first pitch".

U.S. Joe Biden Says Hillary Clinton
Author: 0 Joe Biden Says Hillary Clinton "Played Ugly"

The move came after Clinton's team received a call at around 7:45pm from vote-counter Steve Schale , who told them "you're going to come up short". The exchanges come from the new book , " Shattered " by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes .

Author: 0 Turkey's Erdogan says he's set to meet Trump in Washington

After Erdogan's narrow win in Sunday's referendum on creating an executive presidency, Trump congratulated the Turkish leader in a phone call on Monday, in contrast to the muted reaction of European leaders to the result, which has been challenged by the opposition.

U.S. Board Votes To Close Charter School In Smyrna
Author: 0 Board Votes To Close Charter School In Smyrna

Conceding that not all charter schools were bad, he nevertheless added that it was hard to tell the good from the bad. School Board President Patrick Sullivan said Wednesday that the board is due to adopt its $95.2 million budget next week, a spending plan calling for a 4.1 percent hike to the tax levy.

U.S. Indiana March jobless rate of 3.9 percent lowest since '01
Author: 0 Indiana March jobless rate of 3.9 percent lowest since '01

Idaho's unemployment rate in March dropped a tenth of a percentage point from the previous month to 3.5 percent. "Unemployed Iowans continued to leave the labor force in March", Iowa Workforce Development Director Beth Townsend said in a statement.

U.S. 'Who paid for' rallies seeking release of tax returns
Author: 0 'Who paid for' rallies seeking release of tax returns

Trump is required to say how much interest he pays on the debt incurred, but not how much he owes or who lent him the money, Sheppard says. "The election is over", he tweeted . "We are under the same audit that existed, so nothing has changed", he said . Trump's audit excuse for not releasing his taxes fails its own audit.

U.S. Arkansas conducts first execution since 2005, plans 3 more
Author: 0 Arkansas conducts first execution since 2005, plans 3 more

The ruling clears the way for Arkansas to execute Ledell Lee on Thursday night, although he still has pending requests for reprieve. Lee, who had consistently maintained his innocence, was seeking DNA tests that his lawyers said could prove his claim.