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Coronavirus cases top 200,000 worldwide; EU closes borders | Boarders Matter

  Military personnel in protective suits disinfect streets on Wednesday in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. The nation is in its fourth day of public confinement to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Photo by Lavandeira Jr/EPA-EFE March 18 (UPI) — The European … Continue reading

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2,060 Chinese Nationals Apprehended At U.S.-Mexico Border in Fiscal Year 2019 | More Wall Please

Clearly, people from China seeking to become “not lawfully” present in the United States are more likely to come here through Mexico than through Canada or by sea. But this is not only true for aspiring illegal immigrants from the … Continue reading

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Ancient shell shows days were half-hour shorter 70 million years ago – AGU Newsroom

WASHINGTON—Earth turned faster at the end of the time of the dinosaurs than it does today, rotating 372 times a year, compared to the current 365, according to a new study of fossil mollusk shells from the late Cretaceous. This … Continue reading

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Trump credits Gardner in deal to Double conservation dollars for National Parks maintenance

WASHINGTON — Senate leaders and the Trump administration have reached an election-year deal to double spending on a popular conservation program and devote more than a $1 billion a year to clear a growing maintenance backlog at national parks. The … Continue reading

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Feds reject removal of 4 US Northwest dams in key report – ABC News

PORTLAND, Ore. — A long-awaited federal report out Friday rejected the idea of removing 4 hydroelectric dams on a major Pacific Northwest river in a last-ditch effort tosave threatened and endangered salmon, saying such a dramatic approach would destabilize the … Continue reading

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Two arrested after armed gang makes run for toilet rolls in HK$1,600 heist as coronavirus panic shows no signs of easing | South China Morning Post

Armed robbers stole about HK$1,600 worth of toilet paper from outside a Hong Kong supermarket on Monday morning, as panic over the spread of the coronavirus showed little signs of easing. Three masked men stole 600 rolls in about 50 … Continue reading

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BLM to fund miles of fuel breaks in Oregon, basin states

“Recovering from the devastating effects of wildfires can take decades in the rugged, high-desert climate of the Great Basin. These tools will help firefighters contain fires when they break out,” said acting Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Land and … Continue reading

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