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Four members of an Iowa family were found dead in Mexico after they were reported missing just after midnight Friday. The bodies of Kevin Wayne Sharp, 41; his wife, Amy Marie Sharp, 38; Sterling Wayne Sharp, 12; and Adrianna Marie Sharp, 7, were found at the condominium where they were staying in Tulum, according to the Creston Police Department. Autopsies are being conducted in Mexico, police said. According to ABC Des Moines affiliate WOI, the family left for Mexico on March 15 and were expected back in the U.S. on Wednesday. Amy Sharp's cousin Jana Weland told ABC News the family flew out of St. Louis and called Amy Sharp's mom that same day to let her know they had arrived. It was the family's
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Like any newlywed, Emily Ratajkowski must have found herself scrolling through her honeymoon pics and already wishing she was back at the exclusive Utah resort where she enjoyed her first days of married life with Sebastian Bear-McClard. Being a beautiful model, however, her Instagram flashbacks featured her posing unclothed for her partner.
Politics The Independent
Donald Trump routinely humiliates whomever he pleases. But the day is coming when the tables will turn
Barely a week after being booted as Secretary of State on Twitter by Donald Trump, a sober Rex Tillerson delivered his goodbyes to staffers in Foggy Bottom. Welcome to Humiliation City, a place run by a man whose political career was built in part on a single catchphrase from a single reality show. Trump has amply demonstrated his gifts as Crusher-in-Chief.
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Which quarterback in this year’s draft class is the most ready to play in the NFL right away? Sam Darnold? Baker Mayfield? Josh Rosen? No, John O’Korn. At least according to John O’Korn. O’Korn, who managed just two touchdown passes and six interceptions as a part-time starter last year at Michigan, says that playing for [more]
Paris Hilton Lost Her $2 Million Engagement Ring at a Miami Club
Trump's third national security advisor, John Bolton, shares at least one
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The mystery of a tiny human-like skeleton that many people thought was an alien has finally been solved
A six-inch long skeleton with human features found in Chile's Atacama desert was rumored to be an alien for almost two decades. In a new paper, researchers found that the skeleton - Ata - was in fact not an alien, but a human who had suffered from a range of mysterious genetic mutations. Ata's disorder is completely unknown to scientists. Almost two decades ago, an amateur collector found something astonishing in the Atacama desert in Northern Chile: A six-inch tall, humanoid skeleton. While the skeleton did have human features, it also had some peculiarities, like a long, pointy skull, large eye sockets, and ten ribs instead of 12. Over the intervening years, the skeleton, dubbed Ata, became