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Mexico ‘monster truck’ crash kills eight at air show – BBC News



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Mexico 'monster truck' crash kills eight at air show
BBC News
At least eight people have been killed and dozens injured at a show in Mexico after a modified pick-up known as a monster truck crashed into spectators. At least one child was said to be among the dead. The monster truck – with tyres said to be 1.5 metres 
Monster truck drives into audience, kills at least eightNBCNews.com
15 injured in Houstan IndyCar crash as eight killed by out-of-control monster The Australian
UPDATE 1-Mexico monster truck accident kills 8, including kids, injures 79Reuters
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BP trial to focus on scientists’ spill estimates – San Francisco Chronicle


BP trial to focus on scientists' spill estimates
San Francisco Chronicle
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — When BP used a capping stack to seal its blown-out well in the Gulf of Mexico, the device didn't just shut the source of the nation's worst offshore oil spill. Its pressure gauge also provided scientists with crucial data about the rate that 

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Halliburton pleads guilty to destroying evidence in BP oil spill – Los Angeles Times



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Halliburton pleads guilty to destroying evidence in BP oil spill
Los Angeles Times
WASHINGTON — Oil-field services giant Halliburton has agreed to plead guilty to destroying evidence in connection with the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the Justice Department announced Thursday. Halliburton has been charged with one count of 
Halliburton Pleads Guilty to Destroying Evidence After Gulf SpillNew York Times
Halliburton admits destroying Gulf oil spill evidenceUSA TODAY
Halliburton pleads guilty to destroying Gulf spill evidenceReuters
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Imported hot sauces contain high levels of lead, study says – The Seattle Times



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Imported hot sauces contain high levels of lead, study says
The Seattle Times
Imported hot sauces contain high levels of lead, study says. Researchers have found that many imported hot sauces sold in the United States contain dangerous levels of lead. By John M. Glionna. Los Angeles Times. Related. Most Popular Comments.
Study: Some hot sauces from Mexico may contain leadUPI.com
High Levels of Lead Found In Imported Hot SauceFood Product Design
El Pato Hot Sauce Discontinued After Study Reveals Lead ContentNBC Southern California
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Archaeologists discover lost Maya city in Mexican jungle – San Jose Mercury News



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Archaeologists discover lost Maya city in Mexican jungle
San Jose Mercury News
MEXICO CITY — Archaeologists have found an ancient Maya city that remained hidden for centuries in the rain forests of eastern Mexico, a discovery in a remote nature reserve they hope will yield clues about how the civilization collapsed around 1,000 years 
Ruins of Maya City Discovered in Remote JungleLiveScience.com
Lost Maya city found in Mexican jungleChristian Science Monitor
Another 'lost' Mayan city found, this one in MexicoUSA TODAY
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KEYC – Mankato News, Weather, Sports – - Lawyer working on BP settlement … – KEYC TV



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KEYC – Mankato News, Weather, Sports – - Lawyer working on BP settlement
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(AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File). FILE – In this April 21, 2010 file aerial photo, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig burns in the Gulf of Mexico more than 50 miles southeast of Venice, La. NationalMore>> · Lawyer working on BP settlement claims suspended.
Lawyer working on settlement claims from Gulf oil spill suspended amid 570 News
David Rainey And Kurt Mix, Ex-BP Employees, Face New Indictments Over Gulf Huffington Post
Lawyer working on BP settlement claims suspendedSunHerald.com

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Ancient Maya city discovered in Mexican jungle – Globe and Mail



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Ancient Maya city discovered in Mexican jungle
Globe and Mail
Archaeologists have found an ancient Maya city that remained hidden for centuries in the rain forests of eastern Mexico, a discovery in a remote nature reserve they hope will yield clues about how the civilization collapsed around 1,000 years ago. The team 
Ruins of Maya City Discovered in Remote JungleLiveScience.com
Ancient Mayan City Discovered In Southeast MexicoFox News Latino
Ruins of Maya Community Discovered in MexicoNew Tang Dynasty Television

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Republican Lawmakers Unveil Border-Security Plan – Wall Street Journal



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Republican Lawmakers Unveil Border-Security Plan
Wall Street Journal
U.S. Border Patrol agent Jerry Conlin looks out over Tijuana, Mexico, next to the old border wall along the U.S.- Mexico border earlier this month. Republican lawmakers unveiled a border-security plan Thursday afternoon that could secure broad bipartisan 
Senate immigration deal would double number of US border agentsReuters
Immigration reform: new security plan could sway dozen RepublicansChristian Science Monitor
US lawmakers reach key accord on border securityAFP
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Possible record – setting deadzone for Gulf of Mexico – NOAA



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Possible record – setting deadzone for Gulf of Mexico
NOAA
Less oxygen dissolved in the water is often referred to as a “dead zone” (in red above) because most marine life either dies, or, if they are mobile such as fish, leave the area. Habitats that would normally be teeming with life become, essentially, biological 
'Dead Zones' Predicted for Gulf, Chesapeake BayABC News
Record 'dead zone' foreseen for Gulf of MexicoUSA TODAY
This Year's Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone Could Be the Biggest on RecordTIME
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Ex-USC professor charged with child sex crimes returns to LA – Los Angeles Times



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Ex-USC professor charged with child sex crimes returns to LA
Los Angeles Times
A former USC professor who was indicted in sex crimes against children overseas arrived late Wednesday in Los Angeles after he was arrested in Mexico, the FBI said. Walter Lee Williams, 64, who was added this week to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted fugitives 
Ex-prof. arrested in Mexico on child sex chargesDenver Post
FBI 'Most Wanted' Professor Walter Lee Williams Being Deported From MexicoABC News
One of US FBI's most wanted nabbed in MexicoUSA TODAY
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