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Day: February 1, 2019

60-foot tunnel found in Texas running under where border wall would goRandom News

60-foot tunnel found in Texas running under where border wall would go

Border Patrol agents discovered a 60-foot-long tunnel still in progress this week at the U.S.-Mexico border in South Texas. It’s
King Tut revealed: Iconic tomb reopens after decade of restorationsInteresting News

King Tut revealed: Iconic tomb reopens after decade of restorations

Visitors have poured to the tomb of pharaoh Tutankhamun in Egypt after conservationists completed decade-long renovations, cleaning up the dust-covered
A sinkhole turned out to be an underground tunnel to a Florida bankInteresting News

A sinkhole turned out to be an underground tunnel to a Florida bank

Public works employees in Florida stumbled upon something they don’t see every day: a small “claustrophobic” tunnel leading to a
Indigenous People Were Wiped Out By A Mini Ice Age..More News

Indigenous People Were Wiped Out By A Mini Ice Age..

European colonization of the Americas contributed to the advent of the 17th century “little ice-age,” a new study says. As
France delays report on mystery cases of babies born without armsConspiracy or Not

France delays report on mystery cases of babies born without arms

France’s public health agency has postponed the release of a report on an investigation into the abnormal numbers of babies
Colorado Senate passes bill favoring popular vote over Electoral CollegeMore News

Colorado Senate passes bill favoring popular vote over Electoral College

The Colorado Senate this week passed a bill that would award the state’s electoral votes to the presidential candidate who
People who attend church are happier than those who don’tRandom News

People who attend church are happier than those who don’t

Those who identify with a religious group and regularly attend worship services tend to be happier and more civically engaged
American Bar Association: Higher standards are ‘unfair’ to minoritiesRandom News

American Bar Association: Higher standards are ‘unfair’ to minorities

The American Bar Association rejected a proposal on Monday to require at least 75 percent of law students at accredited