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Inside a submerged cave in Mexico, scientists find the first evidence of a link between Native Americans and the Siberians they are thought to have descended from in the form of a complete, preserved skeleton.  (Photos: Paul Nicklen / National Geographic and Roberto Chavez Arce / Science Magazine via the AP / New York Times)

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(Scientific rendering of the Sima de los Huesos people, who lived 400,000 years ago in what is now Spain, by Javier Trueba / Madrid Scientific Films via NBC News)

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(Photo of Senate chaplain Barry C. Black in his office on Capitol Hill by Drew Angerer / The New York Times)

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Excerpted and translated from the photo caption on the front page of Milenio, a Mexican newspaper, about the 1-0 U.S. victory over a soccer nemesis: “The goal scorer was the Mexican-American Michael Orozco.”
And that’s one reason why I very much love America.
(via The Newseum)

Excerpted and translated from the photo caption on the front page of Milenio, a Mexican newspaper, about the 1-0 U.S. victory over a soccer nemesis: “The goal scorer was the Mexican-American Michael Orozco.”

And that’s one reason why I very much love America.

(via The Newseum)

bestrooftalkever:

GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOALLLLLL!

ESTADOS UNIDOS! 

Oh my God, the U.S. threaded like seventeen different needles on that play.

FIRST!  Defender Michael Orozco Fiscal celebrates after scoring a goal in the 80th minute of a friendly between the United States and Mexico, which the U.S. won 1-0 before a stunned crowd at Mexico City’s Azteca Stadium.  The victory is the first-ever American win on Mexican soil and the first in 24 matches; earlier this year, the U.S. also defeated Italy for the first time.   (Photo: Edgard Garrido / Reuters via The New York Times)

FIRST!  Defender Michael Orozco Fiscal celebrates after scoring a goal in the 80th minute of a friendly between the United States and Mexico, which the U.S. won 1-0 before a stunned crowd at Mexico City’s Azteca Stadium.  The victory is the first-ever American win on Mexican soil and the first in 24 matches; earlier this year, the U.S. also defeated Italy for the first time.   (Photo: Edgard Garrido / Reuters via The New York Times)


TIERRA DEL FUEGO   A forest fire burns in Guadalajara, Mexico, in the early hours of April 24. The fire, which began on April 21, has affected 3500 acres of forest is now threatening Guadalajara’s urban area.  (Photo: Ulises Ruiz Basurto / EPA via MSNBC)
Incredible photo.

TIERRA DEL FUEGO   A forest fire burns in Guadalajara, Mexico, in the early hours of April 24. The fire, which began on April 21, has affected 3500 acres of forest is now threatening Guadalajara’s urban area.  (Photo: Ulises Ruiz Basurto / EPA via MSNBC)

Incredible photo.