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In a new book, former Secret Service agent Paul Landis, largely silent for 60 years, says he found a bullet in Kennedy’s limo. A sometime presidential historian explains why that’s so significant, if true.
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Finding that, at 28, she didn’t seem to have the close tribe of confidants that other people in her life did, one writer decided to investigate why—by reaching out to four of her ex-best friends.
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Supposedly eco-friendly cups are still coated with a thin layer of plastic, which scientists have discovered can leach chemicals that harm living creatures.
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