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The coral scientist buying time against climate change

With her scuba mask on, slowly diving beneath the surface of the water, Emma Camp encountered a world she had never experienced before: an underwater city of vivid color.
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Instagram model who poses as Catwoman jailed for masked robberies
An Australian Instagram model with sticky fingers and a penchant for posing as Catwoman has been jailed after being arrested for the second time this year for a series of crimes including masked robberies and shoplifting, according to a report. Monique Agostino, 25, was warned by Magistrate Jacqueline Milledge last year that her life was...
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New body cam video shows officer shoot boy with Asperger's
Salt Lake City Police released body camera footage of an officer involved shooting that left a 13-year-old boy with Asperger's syndrome with multiple injuries.
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Five States Where Coronavirus Cases Are Falling Fastest
South Carolina, Louisiana, Hawaii, Michigan and Delaware have each reported a drop in new infections in recent weeks.
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NBA commissioner: 'Best guess' is next season won't start until 2021
Even though the NBA hasn't set an official start date for the 2020-21 season, commissioner Adam Silver says his "best guess" is the season will begin in January at the earliest.
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Katie Holmes pairs a blazer with sweatpants while out with Emilio Vitolo Jr.
Business up top, cozy on the bottom.
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Veterinarian offers reward after kitten found with gunshot wound
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Woman awoke to a collapsed roof -- and bees
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Few vendors backing out of MS state fair
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Deputies seek distinctively tattooed suspect
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3 killed in "senseless violence" remembered
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Cops hunt man who tried to lure girl into car
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CT $25M hotel and event center breaks ground
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Troopers search for dog after crash kills woman
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Maryland dig reveals African American history
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Surrogate caring for baby during COVID-19 as parents are stuck in China
An Idaho woman who served as a surrogate for a couple in China has now been caring for the baby girl for four months — as COVID-19 restrictions have kept her biological parents overseas, according to new reports. Emily Chrislip, 25, of the city of Nampa, gave birth on May 18 — and initially planned...
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Highway 1 reopens near Big Sur, but SoCal forests are still closed as fires persist
Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks remain shut
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Bobcat fire destroys at least 29 structures, continues to threaten Mt. Wilson
Fire officials say the number of damaged structures could rise as high as 85 as the blaze continues to grow.
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Nikola founder Trevor Milton keeps $2.5 billion in stock after departure
Nikola founder Trevor Milton has walked away from the electric-truck maker in the midst of a nasty feud with a short-seller with more than $2 billion in stock, records show. Milton — who stepped down as the Tesla challenger’s chairman Monday amid a storm of fraud allegations — got to keep more than 91.6 million...
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NYPD cop accused of spying for China also exaggerated his military history
The NYPD cop accused of spying on behalf of the People’s Republic of China apparently exaggerated his military service record to his brothers in blue, The Post has learned.
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UC fails to adequately prevent fraud in admissions, state audit says
The University of California's failure to rigorously oversee its admissions practices has allowed unqualified students to get in, state audit finds.
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28-year-old doctor dies from COVID-19, family says
Adeline Fagan was an OB/GYN starting her second year of residency in Texas when she began showing symptoms.
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Cotton: Biden Knows if He Revealed 'Radical Left-Wing' SCOTUS Nomination List 'He Would Lose the Election'
In a Tuesday interview with Fox News Channel's "America's Newsroom," Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) sounded off on why 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is yet to reveal his list of potential nominees to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Is Facebook Leaving the EU? Don't Set an Away Status Just Yet
Currently over 410 million people use the social media platform, along with the photo sharing app, Instagram
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Unmasked: NFL Fines Coaches, Teams for Not Covering Faces
NFL coaches thumbed their collective — and exposed — noses at the NFL’s mask mandate in Week 2.
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USMNT's won't play October matches due to COVID-19 concerns
US Soccer said the ongoing pandemic made it too difficult for the federation to host U.S. players and international opponents.        
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Closest Asteroid to Pass Earth for a Year Will Fly by Thursday After Being Discovered 4 Days Ago
When the object flies past our planet it will be travelling at a staggering speed of more than 17,300 miles per hour.
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Bindi Irwin expecting a baby girl, compares fetus to tortoise hatchling
The next Wildlife Warrior is going to be a girl.
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Ann Arbor moves to decriminalize psychedelics like mushrooms, peyote
Ann Arbor is a trip, man. The Michigan city’s council just moved to decriminalize the use of magic mushrooms, peyote and other psychedelic plants, declaring law enforcement against those imbibing should be the lowest priority. City Council members insisted that the mind-bending plants’ benefits outweigh any of their potential negatives. “The use of entheogenic plants,...
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Trashaun Willis, one-armed HS quarterback, scores six touchdowns in one game
Imagine what Trashaun Willis could do with two arms? The one-armed quarterback from Iowa produced six touchdowns on Friday night, three through the air and on the ground. He completed 13-of-19 passes for 129 yards and ran for 95 more, according to CBS Sports. He guided Washington High School to a 41-27 victory over Mt....
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University of California wrongly admitted 64 wealthy students, some as student-athletes, state audit finds
A state audit released Tuesday revealed that the University of California wrongly admitted 64 wealthy students over the past six years, some under the premise of being athletes.
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Portland Protesters Threaten to Burn Down Home for Displaying an American Flag
Protesters in Portland, many of whom have taken their activism to residential areas of the city, threatened to burn down a home for displaying an American flag.
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DOJ: 179 arrested in darknet opioid takedown
Law enforcement officials arrested 179 people and seized more than $6.5 million in a worldwide crackdown on opioid trafficking on the darknet, the U.S. Justice Department said Tuesday. (Sept. 22)       
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Restaurant manager films couple who allegedly fled without paying for $127 worth of steak and booze
This probably isn’t the best time to attempt a dine and dash.
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Trump’s “Address” to the UN Was Seven Minutes of Nonsense
He’s not even pretending to care anymore.
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This Life-size Gundam Robot Built in Yokohoma, Japan is Terrifying
It is part of an attraction based on the science fiction franchise "Mobile Suit Gundam"
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Elected officials 'are not doing enough': Pelicans' J.J. Redick on NBA players taking real action in fighting injustice
Pelicans guard J.J. Redick said his NBA peers are backing up their talk about helping Black communities with real action, while politicians are not.        
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Body found on Randall’s Island believed to be missing 5-year-old who fell into river
A child’s body found on Randall’s Island Tuesday morning is believed to belong to the 5-year-old who went missing after falling into the Harlem River Saturday, cops said. “It’s probably the 5-year-old,” a police spokesman said. “It’s looking more and more like this is the kid.” The remains were found around 11:30 a.m. near a...
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Trump-Biden debate viewers can win cash by predicting occurrences, phrases
FOX Bet Super 6, a free app that typically focuses on sporting events, will allow users to win prizes by making accurate predictions about the first presidential debate between President Trump and Democratic nominee Biden on Tuesday, Sept. 29 in Cleveland.  
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Editorial: Another sign of the times: Mass shootings are spiking
As the pandemic continues, overall violent crime has edged downward, yet homicides have increased in some major cities, including L.A., as have mass shootings.
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Lawrence Jones slams Biden for not releasing Supreme Court list: ‘Swing voters and moderates want to know’
Joe Biden should release his Supreme Court nominee list but he doesn't want to "box himself in," Fox Nation host Lawrence Jones said.
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Taylor Swift Wants You to Register to Vote Today and Here's Why She's So Fired Up
In a post to her Instagram story, Swift linked fans to resources available for them to vote in November.
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Comedians Desus and Mero talk cancel culture and life lessons in new book
Comedians Desus and Mero chat with USA TODAY's Rasha Ali about their new book, "God-Level Knowledge Darts: Life Lessons from the Bronx."       
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Desus and Mero drop 'God-Level Knowledge Darts' in new book, talk Trump and Black Lives Matter
Desus and Mero take their on-air antics to the literary world in "God-Level Knowledge Darts: Life Lessons from the Bronx"        
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'Everything is on the table': GOP's Supreme Court push escalates Democratic debate over packing court
The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg weeks before the presidential election has turned Democratic nightmares into a crushing reality.
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As Europe faces second coronavirus wave, tracing apps lack impact
LONDON — Mobile apps tracing new COVID-19 cases were touted as a key part of Europe’s plan to beat the coronavirus outbreak. Seven months into the pandemic, virus cases are surging again and the apps have not been widely adopted due to privacy concerns, technical problems and lack of interest from the public. Britain, Portugal...
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Riverside County proposal would dump state's plan and reopen sooner
The Board of Supervisors is considering new guidelines to reopen Riverside County at a quicker pace than the state allows.
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What will our lives be like in 2025? Futurists think Americans will eat, fly and go to school differently post-COVID
After the pandemic, futurists forecast a remote world with merged brands, less meat, more air purifiers and stadiums filled with people      
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