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|Traffic backed up past Exit 3 on Route 6|
|Fall temperatures apparently are prompting summer visitors to the Cape to hit the road early today, with westbound traffic on Route 6 backed up to between exits 3 and 4 shortly after noon. Cloudy skies and temperatures around 70 are expected for the rest of the day, as is a long line of westbound SUVs stacked with bicycles, coolers and camping gear. |
|US says conserving oil is no longer an economic imperative|
|The position was outlined in a memo released last month in support of the Trump administration?s proposal to relax fuel mileage standards.|
|Canadian Man Wins Falmouth Road Race, Back-to-Back Women?s Winner|
|FALMOUTH ? A three-time All-American runner at the University of Michigan outpaced the men?s field at this year?s Falmouth Road Race. Canadian Ben Flanagan finished two seconds ahead of Scott Fauble, of Flagstaff, Arizona. His winning time was 32:21. Caroline Chepkoech, of Kenya, was the fastest woman for the second?
|Trump?s Sunday tweets: WH lawyer McGahn isn?t ?a John Dean type ?RAT?|
|Don McGahn has given hours of testimony to the special counsel investigating Russian election meddling.|
|WHOI scientists look for life in ice-covered oceans on faraway moons|
|While NASA continues to explore the far reaches of the solar system for evidence of life, centers such as the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution are working on scientific studies and technology that will help yield more definitive answers to the question of life — or the beginnings of it — beyond planet Earth.Christopher German, a geologist and senior scientist at WHOI, has spent his career studying hydrothermal vents on the ocean floor, where organic life [...]|
|No one is ever really ready?: Aid-in-dying patient chooses his last day|
|Last fall, Aaron McQ decided to use Washington state?s 2009 Death With Dignity law to end his suffering.|
|5-year-old suffers 3rd degree burns after falling at Wareham campground|
|A 5-year-old boy was badly burned after falling into a fire at the Maple Park Campground on Sunday morning.
Wareham EMS, Wareham Fire and police responded to Lot 77 at the campground just after 10 a.m. after receiving a report that the child had fallen into a fire pit.
According to emergency broadcasts, the child suffered second and third degree burns to his face and arms. Also, he was being treated by a nurse at ...|