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Dead whale had 64 pounds of plastic and waste in it

A young sperm whale that washed ashore in Spain had 64 pounds of waste and plastic inside its stomach. Scientists said that the garbage — mostly plastic, plus pieces of ropes and nets and other junk — found lodged in the 33-foot-long mammal’s belly and intestines led ...

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Data: Schools Have Gotten Safer Over Time

U.S. schools have significantly increased security measures and preparation for events like school shootings in the last 20 years, the newest federal data show. Meanwhile, rates of student victimization at school have continued to decline, fewer students have brought weapons to school, and fewer students report fear of harm in ...

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Why Trump and Obama were not invited to royal wedding

Something old, something new — but Barack, Donald and Theresa, no nups for you. It’s official: The head count at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding next month will include no heads of state. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s May 19 will include no heads of state. (BEN ...

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Advocates: School Gun Clubs Teach Discipline, Not Violence

In Dahlonega, Georgia, a student stands at the bay of a gun range at the University of North Georgia, carrying an air rifle and wearing specialized glasses. —Lisa Marie Pane/AP Dahlonega, Ga. Their classmates took to the streets to protest gun violence and to implore adults to restrict guns, seeming ...

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Florida School Shooting Hero Blames Sheriff, Superintendent

Anthony Borges is pushed by his grandfather Alfredo Borges at the start of a news conference in Plantation, Fla., Friday, April 6, 2018. An attorney for Anthony Borges read a statement from him criticizing Broward Sheriff Scott Israel and School Superintendent Robert Runcie, for the deaths and injuries during the ...

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