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  • Citizenship agency removes description of US as 'nation of immigrants'
    published on February 23rd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Immigrants become American citizens during a naturalization ceremony. The government agency in charge of granting citizenship to prospective Americans has removed a passage from its mission statement that describes the United States as a nation of immigrants. The move by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services agency was first revealed via an email shared with the Intercept, confirmed by the Guardian Thursday.
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  • It turns out Neanderthals painted art inside these European caves, not humans
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Ancient sketches of Ice Age animals, stenciled hands, and symbols painted on walls inside three Spanish caves were long suspected to have been left by humans. But with enhanced dating techniques, scientists now believe our thick-browed and extinct evolutionary cousins, Neanderthals, were truly responsible for the art.  This would mean that we've been giving our hominid ancestors too little credit for their abilities. Researchers found these paintings are at least around 65,000 years old, predating the arrival of humans in Europe by some 20,000 years. Assuming the dating is accurate, then these paintings would be the earliest known cave art in the world.  SEE ALSO: The accidental library: Why Elon Musk launched books to space that could last 14 billion years The research, published Thursday in the journal Science, concludes that in the absence of humans, Neanderthals must have created the advanced art, underscoring that these hominids were quite smart — perhaps even matching our own intelligence. "These papers simply confirm what has been evident in other aspects of the archeological record and their biologies, that there are no evident differences between the Neanderthals and modern humans in terms of basic cognition, symbolic behavior, sociality, or communication," said Erik Trinkaus, a biological anthropologist at Washington University in St. Louis who was not involved in the study. Red ochre painting on a La Pasiega cave wall in Spain.Image: P. SauraIn another Spanish cave, detailed in a related study also released Thursday, researchers dated marine shells that had been dyed and then stored in larger shell containers. These artifacts were dyed some 70,0000 years before humans ever stepped foot in the region. Some scientists might disagree that it was Neanderthals who painted such humanistic, advanced art, said Wil Roebroeks, a paleolithic archaeologist at Leiden University who was not involved in the study, in an email. But the evidence in favor of Neanderthal artwork is strong.  A replicated drawing of some of the cave art. It's more difficult to see the symbols, animals, and detail on the calcified cave wall, shown in the image above.Image: Breuil et al.The cave painting "dates are solid," said Roebroeks. The researchers dated calcite minerals both below the paint and the calcite that had crusted on top to establish a window in time for when the painting likely was done. Roebroeks noted that the sample and dating work was done "carefully" by experienced archeologists.    "Neandertals made 'cave art' — deal with it," he said, using a spelling popular in the scientific literature. The Neanderthals used a red ochre paint on the cave walls, "an activity hitherto thought to be an exclusive 'modern human' phenomenon," noted Roebroeks. In fact, it seems that by the time humans finally arrived in Europe, "indigenous Neandertals had been producing red ochred motifs on cave walls for at least a thousand generations already," he said. This cave art might provide compelling evidence for Neanderthals' advanced intellect, but anthropologists already knew that Neanderthals were culturally advanced, even fashioning their own jewelry.  David Frayer, an anthropologist at the University of Kansas, suspects Neanderthals caught eagles and used their sharp talons to make this jewelry. The talons, discovered near a rock shelter in Croatia, had been smoothed out around 130,000 years ago, long before other Neanderthal clans painted the walls of Spanish caves.  Three hand stencil drawings in Maltravieso Cave. The hands can be seen in the top left, center (facing down), and center-right of the image.Image: H. ColladoEven having held and inspected these Eagle talons, Frayer, who had no role in either study, finds the cave art impressive. "Yet, even me as a Neanderthal appreciator, would not have predicted they could have done these," he said via email.  Of course, once humans arrived in Europe, they too began ornately painting cave walls. Lascaux Cave, in France, is covered in hundreds of detailed animals, including horses, deer, and bulls.  But before Neanderthals went extinct — for unknown reasons — they proved their artistic and cultural prowess was similar to ours, even though their skulls were flatter and shaped differently.   "This does not mean Neandertals were identical to modern humans, just behaviorally and mentally equivalent," said Trinkaus. "And it should put to rest the paleophrenoloigcal arguments about Neandertal abilities derived from their skulls."   WATCH: This beetle "farts" inside a toad's stomach to escape
  • CNN Says It Didn't Ask Florida Shooting Survivor To Read A Scripted Question
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    CNN is denying reports that it asked a Florida school shooting survivor to read a “scripted” question during a town hall debate on gun violence that aired on the network Wednesday night.
  • NRA Chief Wayne LaPierre: FBI, Elitism To Blame For School Shootings
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre took the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday to defend his organization one week after a gunman used an assault-style rifle to kill 17 people at a high school in Parkland, Florida.
  • White powder and 'racist' letter sent to Meghan Markle
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    A package containing white powder and an allegedly racist message sent to Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle is being treated as a hate crime, police said on Thursday. Officers from the Metropolitan Police's counter-terrorism command were called in after the package was received on February 12 at a sorting office in St James's Palace in central London. Contacted by AFP, Prince Harry's press service at Kensington Palace declined to comment on the report.
  • Florida eye doctor gets 17 years for Medicare fraud
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A prominent Florida eye doctor once accused of bribing Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey received a 17-year sentence Thursday for stealing $73 million from Medicare by persuading elderly patients to undergo excruciating tests and treatments they didn't need for diseases they didn't have.
  • NRA’s Wayne LaPierre: ‘Elites’ don’t care about school safety
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    On Thursday, Feb. 22, the National Rifle Association’s executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference amid the nation’s heated debate about gun control following the Parkland, Fla., school shooting. During his speech, LaPierre said “elites” don’t care about school safety, and he called for more guns in schools.
  • Autopsy confirms Virginia woman was mauled to death by her own pit bulls
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    An autopsy has confirmed that a Virginia woman believed to have been mauled to death by her own pit bulls in December did indeed die from "trauma due to mauling by animals."
  • New York University issues public apology for 'racially insensitive' meal served during Black History Month
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    New York University has issued a public apology and fired their director of food service after students pointed out the watermelon-flavoured water and collard greens the school was serving during Black History Month were racially insensitive. College of Arts and Science sophomore Nia Harris noticed the offensive meal when she walked into Weinstein Passport Dining Hall - before alerting the deans of the school and NYU’s President Hamilton of the insensitive and “stereotypical” meal. “Not only was this racially insensitive, this was just ignorant.
  • Trump: Arm some teachers to 'fire back if a savage sicko came to a school'
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    President Trump denied that he wants to arm teachers with guns, despite seeming to offer that suggestion during a “listening session” about school shootings the day before.
  • Dad who survived son's murder plot that killed mom, brother wants his life spared
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Kent Whitaker said he forgave his son Bart Whitaker, who is on death row and scheduled to be executed this week.
  • India gives Trudeau list of suspected Sikh separatists in Canada
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    India has handed Canada a list of nine people in Canada who are suspected of trying to revive a Sikh separatist movement in the Indian state of Punjab, a state official said on Thursday. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is visiting India and on Wednesday he traveled to Punjab where he told state leaders his country would not support anyone trying to reignite the movement for an independent Sikh homeland called Khalistan.
  • Ivanka Trump To Lead U.S. Delegation At Olympic Closing Ceremony
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump, a senior White House adviser, will meet South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday as part of a weekend trip to lead the U.S. delegation to the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics.
  • California student arrested with two assault rifles and 90 magazines after security guard overhears shooting threat
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    A pair of assault rifles, nearly 100-high-capacity magazines and two handguns were discovered in the home of a 17-year-old who was arrested for threatening to open fire at his school in California.
  • Pennsylvania GOP Pleads With SCOTUS Again To Let Them Use Gerrymandered Map
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Pennsylvania Republicans again asked the U.S. Supreme Court to block Pennsylvania’s new, court-ordered congressional map on Wednesday, marking the latest in a series of attempts to halt a plan that would make congressional elections more competitive in the state by reducing the impact of gerrymandering.
  • Ex-Arkansas judge sentenced to 5 years in sexual favors case
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A federal judge sentenced a former Arkansas judge Wednesday to five years in prison — a stiffer punishment than prosecutors recommended — after he admitted giving young male defendants lighter sentences in return for personal benefits that included sexual favors.
  • Palestinian attacker dies after shot by Israeli soldiers: army
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    A Palestinian died after attacking Israeli soldiers and being shot during clashes overnight in the occupied West Bank, the army said Thursday. Protests broke out when the Israeli army entered the Palestinian city of Jericho in a bid to arrest suspects. The man was identified by the Palestinian Prisoners' Club as 33-year-old Yassin al-Saradeeh, from Jericho.
  • Crews to leave Puerto Rico as $750M Fluor contract nears end
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Crews who are helping restore power in Puerto Rico as part of a $750 million federal contract will leave the U.S. territory soon as nearly a quarter of a million customers remain in the dark more than five months after Hurricane Maria, officials said Wednesday.
  • Miami Heat To Wear Patches In Honor Of Parkland Shooting Victims
    published on February 22nd, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    The Miami Heat plan to unveil new patches they will wear in honor of the victims of last week’s deadly shooting in Parkland, Florida.
  • 'Black Panther' Is Breaking An Insane Number Of Box Office Records
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    The King of Wakanda is still conquering the box office.
  • AP FACT CHECK: Trump's running commentary on Russia probe
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    WASHINGTON (AP) — By its nature, the special counsel investigation of Russian activities in the U.S. election is casting a wide net in its search for malfeasance. At the same time, it's not a leaky enterprise — little is coming to light except what the prosecutor, Robert Mueller wants out.
  • Models Carried Their Own Severed Heads At Gucci's Nightmarish Milan Fashion Show
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Things got extra freaky at Gucci’s Milan Fashion Week show on Wednesday when designer Alessandro Michele sent models down the runway carrying replicas of their own heads.
  • Mississippi Town Rejects 'Historic' LGBTQ Pride Parade Despite Local Support
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Local leaders in Starkville, Mississippi, denied a request to host what would have been the town’s first gay pride parade.
  • Raj Nair Leaves Ford Over "Inappropriate Behavior"
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    The man behind the return of the Ford GT departs after an internal investigation into unspecified complaints.
  • French government unveils tough measures for asylum-seekers
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron's government on Wednesday presented a bill to enforce tougher immigration rules, decried by human rights organizations as repressive toward asylum-seekers.
  • Supreme Court forbids seizure of ancient Persian artifacts
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that Americans injured in a 1997 suicide bombing in Jerusalem cannot seize ancient Persian artifacts from a Chicago museum to satisfy a $71.5 million court judgment against Iran, which they had accused of complicity in the attack. The justices, in an 8-0 ruling, upheld a lower court's decision in favor of Iran that had prevented the plaintiffs from collecting on the judgment, which Tehran has not paid, by obtaining antiquities held at the University of Chicago's Oriental Institute.
  • What Billy Graham's Death And His Son Franklin's Rise Reveal About America
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Billy Graham died Wednesday at 99
  • Fourth fortune hunter dies looking for Fenn's Treasure
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    A fourth fortune hunter has died in the pursuit of a treasure chest containing more than $1 million worth of gold coins and jewels which is reputedly hidden somewhere in the Rocky Mountains. Jeff Murphy, 53, perished in June but the details of his death were only revealed eight months later. He was looking for Fenn's Treasure and died after going hiking up a trail within the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park, and falling 500ft down a rocky slope. Fenn's Treasure is said to have been deposited in 2010 by Forrest Fenn, an eccentric, octogenarian millionaire art dealer and former Vietnam fighter pilot. Mr Fenn, who is still alive, has said he set the task of finding it in order to encourage people to "get off the couch" and see nature. According to him the bounty is inside a 22lb Romanesque bronze chest and includes 265 gold coins, diamonds, emeralds and ancient Chinese figurines. He published a 24-line poem which contains the clues to locating it. Jeff Murphy, 53, perished in June but the details of his death were only revealed eight months later. Over the last eight years tens of thousands of people are believed to have searched for the loot, mostly in New Mexico where clues have pointed. However, Mr Murphy, a vice president of the International Housewares Association, had headed for the Wyoming-Montana border area. When he went missing a huge search operation was launched including rescuers on horseback, others with dogs, and a helicopter. Erica Murphy, his widow, said he had first read about Fenn's Treasure in an airplane magazine. He then read Mr Fenn’s book The Thrill of the Chase, which contains the full 24-line poem. The poem includes lines like "Begin it where warm waters halt. And take it in the canyon down". Mrs Murphy told the Albuquerque Journal: "It was his pastime. He loved anything that caused him to use his brain, and he loved being out in nature." The death was expected to lead to renewed calls to end the controversial treasure hunt. But Mrs Murphy said she did not blame Mr Fenn, and her husband knew the risks. She said he "would not have wanted to hinder" others from searching. As rescuers looked for her husband Mrs Murphy emailed Mr Fenn to say: "I hope your quest won't be adversely affected by these current events." According to a report by Yellowstone National Park into his death Mr Murphy had also emailed Mr Fenn before setting out. When he went missing Mr Fenn then offered to pay for a helicopter to look for him. Mr Fenn also said he had never been to the area where Mr Murphy was searching, so he was looking in the wrong place. Last summer, fortune hunter Paris Wallace, 52, a pastor from Colorado was found dead north of Santa Fe, New Mexico after trying to traverse a river. Separately, Eric Ashby, 31 died after his raft overturned on the Arkansas River. In 2016, Randy Bilyeu, 54, died on the Rio Grande while looking for the treasure. His former wife Linda Bilyeu has called the hunt "madness". Mr Fenn has previously indicated the treasure is hidden somewhere not hard to reach and that, even at his advanced age, he could himself go back to the spot. Supporters of the treasure hunt have argued that it has achieved its aim of getting Americans into the Great Outdoors, and has led to people meeting spouses and parents bonding with their children.
  • Corgi comforts stranger who recently lost his own dog
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Cora, a therapy dog in training sought out a man at the airport who’d lost his own pet the day before.
  • Crisis actors, deep state, false flag: the rise of conspiracy theory code words
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    On Tuesday on CNN, Parkland survivor David Hogg was asked by Anderson Cooper about the plethora of right wing websites and social media accounts spreading conspiracy theories about him. In response, Hogg said: “I’m not a crisis actor.
  • Democrats want $300 million to fight possible Russia election tampering
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Democratic leaders called on Congress on Wednesday to give the Federal Bureau of Investigation $300 million to fight foreign efforts to interfere in congressional and state elections in November, amid growing concerns about potential Russian influence on the polls. Citing warnings from intelligence agencies that Russia is trying to influence the upcoming vote, Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and House of Representatives Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi asked that the additional funds be included in a bill to fund the government which Congress aims to pass by March 23.
  • Here's How To Stop The Next Nikolas Cruz
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Someone close to him called the FBI to report his “desire to kill people, erratic behavior, and disturbing social media posts, as well as the potential of him conducting a school shooting.”
  • U.S. raps ally Albania for 'careless' words on Kosovo
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    The United States urged Albania on Wednesday to avoid "careless language" after its prime minister suggested a single president and single security policy for both his country and neighboring Kosovo in a speech that infuriated Serbia. Serbia is sensitive to any talk of unification of its former province of Kosovo, which has a majority ethnic Albanian population, and Albania. Addressing Kosovo's parliament on Sunday on the 10th anniversary of the country's independence from Belgrade, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama said: "Kosovo and Albania will have a single foreign policy and not just the same embassies and diplomatic representations, but why not one president, a symbol of national unity, and one national security policy." Rama later complained that his comments had been taken out of context, but the European Union said they were "not helpful" and Serbia accused the Albanian premier of seeking to build a "Greater Albania" in the region.
  • GOP lawmaker's aide fired over offensive claims on Florida shooting survivors
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    A Florida state representative's aide was fired from his position on Tuesday after he sent an email to a reporter alleging that two outspoken survivors of the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were "actors."
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    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM

  • Truck was on tracks despite gates when struck by Amtrak train: U.S. report
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    A garbage truck was on the tracks despite lowered safety gates when it was struck by a train carrying Republican lawmakers in a fatal crash last month in rural Virginia, the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said on Wednesday. Data from a camera mounted on the front of the chartered Amtrak train showed the gates were down at the crossing at the time of the crash, according to a preliminary NTSB report on the Jan. 31 accident. A passenger on the garbage truck was killed and two others on the truck were injured.
  • A Conspiracy Theory About A Stoneman Douglas Student Reaches No. 1 On YouTube
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    A video peddling a conspiracy theory that Stoneman Douglas High School student David Hogg is an actor reached No. 1 on YouTube’s trending page Wednesday morning before the company ultimately removed it.
  • Prince William Is Looking for Adventure on a Motorcycle Because Future Kings Can Have Fun Too
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    This week the Duke of Cambridge popped by Triumph Motorcycles to take a photo atop one of the classic rides.
  • Police officer shot dead by murder suspect during standoff
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Officer Justin Billa, a former officer of the month, was fatally injured in the city of Mobile, after trying to detain a man wanted in connection with a murder. The dead officer joined the force in January 2016 and won the Mobile Police Department’s Officer of the Month award in June 2016, Mobile Police Department Chief Lawrence Battiste told reporters, according to the Associated Press. The suspect was identified as Robert Hollie.
  • Is Harley-Davidson's New Electric Motor a Revelation?
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Is Harley-Davidson's New Electric Motor a Revelation? Another mysterious trademark from the Motor Company. Is this the name for the company's new electric motor? Harley has a thing for dramatic-sounding engine names. First there was the Evolution which, fair
  • The 10 Best Beaches In The World In 2018, Revealed
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Need some travel inspo for your upcoming beach vacation?
  • Robert Mueller's Indictment Could Be a Win for Russia's Trolls
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    As well as providing a blueprint for their methods, the indictment may further diminish public trust in platforms that provide information
  • Iran teams carry plane crash dead down from mountain
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Emergency teams on Wednesday began recovering bodies from a plane crash in Iran's Zagros mountains but the operation had to be suspended due to bad weather, officials said. Search helicopters located the crash site after a break in the weather on Tuesday at a height of around 4,000 metres (13,000 feet) in the Dena range. Helicopters were unable to land but officials said a recovery operation had begun on Wednesday, with emergency personnel carrying bodies on their backs to a road at the foot of the mountain.
  • Report Alleges Rampant Sexual Misconduct At Dallas Mavericks
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    A Sports Illustrated report detailing widespread workplace sexual misconduct in the Dallas Mavericks organization that involved its former CEO is sending shock waves through the league and drawing sharp criticism.
  • Malaysia holds Filipinos seeking to set up extremist cell
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Ten suspected Islamic militants who were trying to establish a Malaysian cell of a Philippine kidnap-for-ransom group have been arrested in Borneo island, police said Wednesday. The alleged extremists, mostly Filipinos, are also accused of trying to help fighters linked to the Islamic State (IS) group travel to the Philippines to join up with militants there, they said. The southern Philippines has long been a pocket of Islamic militancy in the largely Catholic country.
  • Syria's Child Death Toll Prompts Scathing 1-Sentence Statement From UN Agency
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    The United Nations agency that helps the world’s needy children issued a terse statement on Tuesday about the escalating death toll in Syria as pro-government forces hammer rebel-held areas.
  • Democrats Flip Kentucky State House Seat Where Trump Won Overwhelmingly
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Democrats flipped a GOP-held Kentucky state House seat on Tuesday, handing the party its 37th state legislative pickup nationwide since Donald Trump won the presidency.
  • Chris Cornell's Widow Says Singer Would 'Never Have Ever Left This World'
    published on February 21st, 2018 at 01:39 AM
    Vicky Cornell, the widow of rock singer Chris Cornell, believes a prescribed medication is the reason her husband of 13 years killed himself in a Detroit hotel room last May.

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